What to eat for diabetes & what not to eat for diabetes. Low Carb alternatives to high carb foods.


Dr. Ergin is discussing FOODS FOR DIABETICS! “What to eat and what not to eat”for diabetes in type 2 diabetes and type 1 diabetic diet. This video is mostly about common carbs and alternatives to the carbs everyone craves. We will talk about foods that are alternative to pasta, alternative to potato, alternative to white bread. Can diabetics eat carbs? What are the good carbs for diabetics? Diabetes education is a missing part of diabetes management. The diabetic diet is a stigma, diabetic foods are accepted not palatable. Endocrinologist Dr. Ergin goes over foods good for diabetics. He explains good carbs vs bad carbs, which foods are good for diabetes, and more.

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Regardless of your diabetes type (type 2 diabetes or type 1 diabetes), you will find plenty of diabetes control tips in the SugarMD channel by Dr. Ergin. We have a lot of content around foods to eat when you have diabetes, diabetic recipes, exercise videos, diabetic supplements, herbs, natural remedies, regular medications, and more. We talk about normal blood sugar levels, how to keep blood sugar as close to normal as possible without sacrificing your entire diet. How to make a diabetic diet more enjoyable while creating a diabetic meal plan. And, most of all we support and help each other learn and stay strong against this ugly chronic disease.
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Ahmet Ergin, MD, FACE, CDCES, ECNU Endocrinologist, Diabetes Educator www.SugarMDs.com 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. To become a concierge patient with Dr. Ergin please call 561-462-5053. Note: You have to be a Florida or New York Resident to apply.

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  2. Can you comment on the "artisan sourdough" bread craze? For instance, there is an infodemic of misinformation out there right now that fermented sourdough (the homemade kind that takes 48-72 hours to make) somehow bypasses all the negative aspects of wheat. Is that true? Does home-made, truly whole wheat (Atta Flour) sourdough bread still cause inflammation?

    Again for clarification, I am specifically referring to the homemade whole wheat sourdough bread where a person soaks the wheat with water overnight first, then adds a starter of some kind the next day, then bakes on the third day. Give or take, 36-48 hours of fermenting.

    Also, what time of day would be the best time to eat it?

    Lastly, should a person eat that fermented sourdough on it's own, with a protein, with a fat (butter/olive oil), with a carb (peanut butter), with a meal?

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  3. Great video, thank you so much! As a type 2 diabetic myself, I love the concept of swapping foods, such as pasta with shirataki noodles. I discovered another wonderful swap for oatmeal that has lowered my blood sugar: instead of oatmeal I make a "mug muffin" in the microwave. 1 egg,+1/4 cup flaxseed+tblsp olive oil, 1/8 tsp baking powder…microwave for 90 seconds. You can add blueberries or sugar free syrup, etc…look up the recipe on utube, there are dozens of variations on utube…..you'll never eat oatmeal again!

  4. I would not eat oatmeal at all. I took my glucose one hour after eating steel cut oatmea and chia seedsl with walnuts and no sweetner. My glucose spiked up to 185. No MEDS necessary. I ate eggs to satisfy MY hunger and now I fast until lunch or later. My AM glucose is down to 80s.

  5. It's this all or nothing mentality that people find difficult. But I am 56 and my husband is 57. We have completely changed the way we eat to included low carb foods. We only eat regular foods once a year. It really is very satisfying when you eat the right amount of protein and fats

  6. I tried flavoured glucomannan / konjac powder which tasted fine. I purchased the noodle version and they just stunk of rotten fish when I opened the packet so I binned them before even cooking or tasting! Riced cauliflower however or cauliflower in any way is amazing!