Diabetes is a chronic health problem that involves elevated blood sugar levels. the metabolism of carbohydrates, proteins, and fats directly or indirectly leads to the production of the substance glucose, also known as blood sugar.


  • Strong thirst
  • Fatigue
  • Irritability
  • Blurred vision
  • Weigh loss
  • Excessive appetite
  • Frequent urination ( children may be constant bedwetters).

Root Causes

  • Heredity
  • Obesity
  • A poor diet(particularly in type 2)
  • Chronic stress and the resulting stress hormone imbalance
  • Nutritional deficiencies, especially of chromium, B vitamins, zinc, vanadium, and vitamin D


The most important therapy for diabetes is a healthful diet. These dietary suggestions will help regulate your levels of sugar and also reduce your risk of complications, such as cardiovascular disease.

Food to avoid

  • Stay away from simple sugars. Obvious no-nos are candy, cookies, sodas, and other sweets
  • White, refined bread also spikes blood sugar levels
  • Whole grain bread, cereals, and pasta are better choices. Brown rice, barley, oats, spelt, and Kamut are complex carbohydrates that are good choices


Follow a diet that's high in fiber (vegetables, nuts, seeds, whole grains,) water soluble fiber, as found in oat bran, beans, nuts, seeds, and apples, helps to balance blood sugar.