Insulin resistance is becoming more common by the day. But how do we manage it?
Insulin resistance and the problems it brings along can be stopped. A big part of doing this is looking at what you eat. Here are 7 simple steps for managing insulin resistance…
Count your calories
The basic rule for losing weight is ensuring that you use more calories than what you take in each day. Online food diaries and apps are excellent ways to help you keep track of how many calories you have eaten. It is recommended that you decrease your calorie intake by 500 calories per day for successful weight loss.
Choose the Right Grains
Grains are a good source of much-needed energy and should be included in your daily diet. Grains are also high in fibre which helps keep your digestive tract working smoothly. It is important to note that not all grains are the same, and you should aim to eat whole grains like brown rice, whole wheat bread, and whole wheat cereal.
Fruits and Vegetables
The great thing about fruits and veggies is that they are relatively low in calories, but help get you full. So add them to your meals for more substance, without sending your calorie count soaring. They are also jam-packed with vitamins and dietary fibre!
Protein choices on your Manna diet for insulin resistance include poultry, fish and lean red meat. Choosing leaner sources of protein reduces your intake of calories and saturated fat. You should limit your daily intake of protein foods to 85 to 170grams per day.
Dairy foods are great sources of calcium and protein. Make sure to include plenty of low-fat or non-fat dairy into your diet.
Nuts, Seeds and Legumes
These foods are full of nutrients, vitamins and fibre. They make great snacks and can add value to your meals when used in dishes like salads and stews.
A Simple Diet to reverse Insulin Resistance
We all know that crash diets aren’t the way to go. But eating healthy in the long run can be tough.
- Weight loss tips.
- Easy-to-follow recipes.
- A 7-day detox to maximise your weight loss.
- Structured eating plans that allow a wide variety of dishes – no getting bored of eating the same thing.
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Also take the Manna Blood Sugar Support supplement with each meal, because this supplement can help to reduce insulin levels in the bloodstream and also reduce excess glucose (lowering blood sugar levels).