1993 nutrition care of people with diabetes mellitus a nutrition reference for health professionals journal of the american college of nutrition vol 12 no 1 pp 85 85. This book provides health care personnel with treatment strategies which encourage diabetes patients to attain appropriate blood glucose concentrations while maintaining a normal lifestyle the first of 6 sections discusses traditional dietary strategies while the subsequent sections discuss paediatric adult and old age treatment specialized conditions and weight correction food composition. People with diabetes should avoid fruit because fructose produces a higher postprandial rise in glucose than sucrose 6 people with diabetes are not allowed to eat sweetened foods because sugar raises blood glucose levels faster than other types of carbohydrates 7 all people with diabetes should consume a bedtime snack to avoid hypoglycemia 8. Nutrition recommendations and principles for people with diabetes mellitus american diabetes association no authors listed a historical perspective of nutrition recommendations is provided in table 1 today there is no one diabetic or ada diet the recommended diet can only be defined as a nutrition prescription based on assessment and treatment goals and outcomes mnt for people with . Gestational diabetes mellitus nutrition therapy for gestational diabetes promotes nutrition for maternal and fetal health with adequate energy levels for appropriate gestational weight gain achievement and maintenance of normoglycemia and absence of ketones carbohydrate is distributed throughout the day into three small to moderate sized meals and 2 4 snacks an evening snack may be needed to prevent accelerated ketosis overnight carbohydrate is generally less well tolerated at
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