STOP Eating these: Worst Lunches for Diabetes Control!


When you have diabetes mellitus you may find yourself eating lunch outside with not so many good choices. Sometimes avoiding bad foods will help you choose good foods for diabetes control. In this video, I will go over the worst diabetic lunch ideas you can have when you are trying to control blood sugar levels. Here are the worst lunches for diabetics type 2 presented by SugarMD. This video will give you diabetes control tips to better manage your diabetic diet. It will help choose the right foods for type 1 diabetes as well as type 2 diabetes! Nutrition and Meals for Diabetics explained!


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Ahmet Ergin, MD, FACE, CDCES, ECNU Endocrinologist, Diabetes Educator Ahmet Ergin, MD, is a specialist physician in endocrinology, diabetes, and metabolism. He is interested in preventive cardiology as well. He has been practicing for over 10 years, having seen over 30,000 patients in his career so far. He speaks science and proud to educate his patients with real data rather than hearsay.

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  1. Doctor my father was affected by covid and due to this he was given steroids …which lead to increase in his sugar level up to 473….he recovered from covid….and doctors gave him tablets for sugar……but even after 14 days after recovery from covid his sugar level is around 420…..but he doesn't have any other problems though…….need your advice

  2. Excellent video of diet 101. Everything you said here isn't just for diabetics, but for everyone, regardless of health. All this junk food is injurious and needs to be avoided in general. The food corporations are the real enemy, with their processed salts, sugars, high fructose corn syrup, processed flour, maltodextrin, etc. These things are scientifically created to be more addictive than cocaine or heroin (check the research). Break the addiction (as I did), be healthy and you will realize how repulsive this stuff smells and tastes.

  3. I live in New York City (Upper West Side in Manhattan) we hardly see a fast food place in the neighborhood (there is only one McDonald, lately they opened up a Popeye but there is hardly any)customers) however, we are surrounded by pizza places! We also have all kinds of restaurants so it is easy to choose healthy foods. One thing I do if I order salad is share with someone at the table, also order dressing on the side, this way you can control what amount you put in your salad.

  4. I am a vegetarian and very selective eater. Pre diabetic for 10 years now. Not overweight but 62 and have increased belly fat. Never had this . Fasting blood sugars from low 90’s to 115. So In order to get enough protein I eat low fat dairy, nuts, nut butter, beans and other fruits and veggies. My difficulty is eating sweets and breads. Favorite is PBJ. So I sprinkle psyllium husk powder on the preserves and that helps decrease the blood sugar spikes. No matter what I do the cravings never go away. I drink only water , or pure leaf stevia drinks, or coffee. Never was a soda drinker. So when I eat junk, which I know is bad for me, my blood sugars spike to high 190’s or low 200’s but will decrease with exercise. I immensely dislike any kind of yogurt, eggs (will force down a hard boiled egg once in a while), oatmeal, tempeh, tofu, edamame. Dislike more foods than like. No matter how they are fixed. Can’t eat. All of the suggestions include meat. Can you help? I know what to do but no matter how hard I try I get hungry, crave and then cave. Just started intermittent fasting. 16/8. Have not done long enough to notice a change. Am I considered a diabetic if my blood sugars spike to those numbers or is that due to the junk I am eating? Should I ask my doc about meds? I hate the thought of that. You would think that alone would stop me from eating junk but I am addicted. Thank you for any realistic suggestions you can offer.

  5. Hi. New subscriber here. Thanks for this video. I am 35yrs old, 16 years diabetic. I want to stop taking medicine and change my diet. But i dont know how to start. If i do exercise and keto diet, my glucose falls down up to 60+. My body shaking, vision blurred.

  6. I was never over weight 120 when I had my first stroke, never drink soda or fast food, I liked home cooking and that was killing me our plate always had carbs, steak potatoes and rice, lots of pasta and bread, had to change all that, now it's steak and salad etc. etc.