Yes, You Can Have Chocolate Too

  • Fri 24th Jan 2020 - 10:28am

    Diabetes is a condition characterized by the body's inability to produce or Nucentix GS-85 Review  respond correctly to insulin. Insulin is a hormone produced by the pancreas that allows cells to absorb glucose to produce energy. This inability of the body to properly handle the glucose causes it to accumulate in the blood. This accumulation of glucose can lead to a variety of complications in the body. An important aspect of treating diabetes is careful management of the diet. Diabetics must pay close attention to what they eat, how much they eat and when they eat. Many equate diabetes with the complete elimination of sugar form the diet. Diabetics can enjoy some of the sweet treats in life. Including diabetic chocolate in the diet can be a way for those with the condition to safely satisfy their sweet tooth.

    Being diagnosed with diabetes does not mean that you will never again be able to enjoy birthday cake or ice cream or other sweets. In years gone by, diabetics were often told to avoid sugar completely. This advice often left out the idea of other carbohydrate laden foods and focused solely on sugar. Sugary sweets can be included in a carefully planned diabetic meal plan. If you know you would like to have a cookie with lunch, for example, you could substitute that cookie for some other carbohydrate containing food you may have eaten such as the bread on a sandwich. An option for satisfying that sweet tooth may be diabetic chocolate.

    The complaint of many about diabetic chocolate is the taste. Too often in the making of low sugar sweets, important ingredients are removed from the recipe and replaced with oils, resulting in a waxy taste. Using natural ingredients rather than oils and preservatives when making diabetic chocolate preserves the taste and consistency. The use of malitol is one way to create delicious desserts for diabetics. Malitol is a naturally occurring sugar alcohol. Sugar alcohols function like sugar but without the danger sugar poses to people with diabetes.


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