MISTAKENLY CHOSE FOODS CAN CAUSE DIABETES

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MISTAKENLY CHOSE FOODS CAN CAUSE DIABETES by Mind Map: MISTAKENLY CHOSE FOODS CAN CAUSE DIABETES

1. FOOD TO CHOOSE

1.1. carbohydrates can provide you with fiber

1.1.1. whole grains

1.1.2. fruits

1.1.3. vegetables

1.1.4. legumes, such as beans

1.2. omega-3 fatty acids

1.2.1. tuna

1.2.2. mackerel

1.2.3. salmon

1.2.4. sardines

1.3. monounsaturated and polyunsaturated fats

1.3.1. olive oil

1.3.2. peanut oil

1.3.3. almonds

1.3.4. walnuts

1.3.5. avocados

2. SYMPTOMS

2.1. constant hunger

2.2. a lack of energy

2.3. fatigue

2.4. weight loss

2.5. dry mouth

3. TREATMENTS

3.1. Include foods rich in fiber and healthy carbohydrates in your diet. E

3.2. Eat at regular intervals

3.3. Control your weight and keep your heart healthy. That means keeping refined carbohydrates, sweets, and animal fats to a minimum.

3.4. Get about half an hour of aerobic activity daily to help keep your heart healthy. Exercise helps to control blood glucose.

4. WHAT IS DIABETES ?

4.1. Diabetes is a medical condition in which sugar, or glucose, levels build up in your bloodstream. There’s not enough insulin to move the sugar into your cells, which are where the sugar is used for energy. This causes your body to rely on alternative energy sources in your tissues, muscles, and organs.

5. FOOD TO AVOID

5.1. foods heavy in saturated fats

5.1.1. organ meats, such as beef or liver

5.2. foods heavy in trans fats

5.2.1. cookies, crackers, muffins, pies and cake

5.3. salty foods, sugary drinks, fried foods

6. RISK FACTOR

6.1. Your risk is greater if you have a brother, sister, or parent who has type 2 diabetes.

6.2. Women who have a condition called polycystic ovarian syndrome are at increased risk.

6.3. You can develop type 2 diabetes at any age, but your risk increases as you get older. Your risk is particularly high after age 45.

7. TYPES OF DIABETES

7.1. Type 1 Diabetes - the body does not produce insulin. Approximately 10% of all diabetes cases are type 1.

7.1.1. Materials

7.1.2. Personel

7.1.3. Services

7.1.4. Duration

7.2. Type 2 Diabetes - the body does not produce enough insulin for proper function. Approximately 90% of all cases of diabetes worldwide are of this type

7.3. Requirements

8. HOW TO PREVENT

8.1. Diet

8.1.1. Dependencies

8.1.2. Milestones

8.2. Weight management

8.2.1. Schedule

8.2.2. Budget

8.3. Exercise

8.3.1. KPI's