The key to repairing the damage caused by T2D (Type 2 Diabetes) – if you get started early enough – is to avoid certain foods with a high G.I. (high glycemic index). The goal is to slow down the digestion process, avoiding the quick absorption of sugars into the bloodstream.

Foods to avoid consuming are the factory processed foods: soft drinks, cakes, sweets, and baked items that are loaded up with refined white flour and sugar, artificial flavouring and colouring, etc.

Most fruits and vegetables are really good for the diabetic to eat, due to their high fiber content, vitamin C, and natural enzymes as well as minerals. These are the natural whole foods. Berries and nuts are included. One vegetable group to avoid is the starchy root vegetables, including yams, taro, and potatoes! They are packed with excessive amounts of carbohydrates.

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Health Editor