[Hawthorn and blood sugar]_ Diabetes _ Can you eat
Hawthorn tastes sweet and sour, and has a good effect on stomach and digestion. Many people prefer to eat hawthorn. It is also suitable for diabetics. It can be eaten, and it can help digestion and reduce blood lipids.Very good, in the prevention of diabetes, can achieve a certain effect, of course, we must also pay attention to it, the sugar content is relatively high, if you eat too much, it may lead to the disadvantage of blood sugar rise.
Can people with diabetes eat hawthorn?
People with diabetes eat moderate amounts of hawthorn, which can help digestion, lower blood lipids, and cure diabetes such as cardiovascular and cerebrovascular diseases.
Therefore, for middle-aged and elderly diabetic patients, it is recommended to eat some hawthorn, and hawthorn porridge is most convenient for patients with diabetes and hyperlipidemia.
In addition, hawthorn flakes and konjac skin contain a large amount of sugar, and the excessive amount of trace glucose is maintained at a high level. There is no feeling of hunger, which affects eating. Long-term consumption in large quantities can lead to malnutrition and anemia.
Therefore, diabetic patients should not eat prepared hawthorn, but can appropriately eat fresh hawthorn fruit.
How do people with diabetes eat hawthorn?
Hawthorn is divided into two: First, hawthorn has a high sugar content, and 25% of the sugar content is transformed into a “high sugar” fruit layer.
Therefore, for diabetic patients, a large amount of hawthorn comorbidities is eaten.
In clinical work, I have encountered cases in which diabetic patients eat a lot of hawthorn in order to reduce lipids, leading to large changes in blood glucose.
Obey this, if the diabetic wants to eat hawthorn.
The recommended daily amount is not more than 100 grams, and should be eaten between meals, or soak the hawthorn in water.
At the same time, it should be noted that after adding an additional 100 grams of hawthorn, half of the staple food can be reduced to maintain a constant total energy.
For some diabetic patients whose blood sugar is more “brittle”, self-testing blood glucose before and after eating hawthorn is necessary.
In fact, many diabetic patients are accompanied by weakened gastric motility and even gastric emptying disorders.
Some patients are accompanied by gastroesophageal reflux problems such as acid reflux, heartburn, or gastric ulcers.
Eating large amounts of hawthorn can cause increased gastric acid secretion, aggravate gastric ulcers, and symptoms of gastroesophageal reflux.
Therefore, diabetic patients with obvious gastric motility disorder or accompanied by gastritis, gastric ulcer and gastroesophageal reflux disease should not eat a lot of hawthorn.
Recommended 2 hawthorn hypoglycemic diets: (1), Hawthorn porridge material: 25 grams of hawthorn, 100 grams of rice.
Method: 1. Wash the hawthorn, remove the seeds and pedicles; rinse the rice, soak it for 30 minutes.
2. Add water to the boil, add hawthorn, boil the rice, and cook over low heat to make porridge.
Energy calculator: total energy is about 361 kcal, protein 7.
8 grams, aunt 0.
7 grams, sugar 82.
(2) Hawthorn beef stew material: 100 grams of hawthorn, 250 grams of lean beef, green onion, pepper powder, salt, chicken essence, 5 grams of vegetable oil.
Method: 1. Wash the hawthorn, remove the seeds and pedicles; wash the lean beef, cut into pieces, and put in the boiling water to remove the blood.
2. Pour vegetable oil in a wok and heat until it is 70% hot. Add green onions and pepper powder to stir-fry. Add the beef and stir fry evenly.
3. Pour boiling water and hawthorn over low heat and cook. Season with salt and chicken essence.
Energy calculator: total energy is about 382 kcal, protein 50.
9 grams, aunt 11.
2 grams of sugar 21.
This shows that people with diabetes can eat fresh hawthorn, but to control the quantity, it is not appropriate to eat too much at a time.