Do dairy products have any adverse effects on diabetes?

March 15th, 2011 by Leave a reply »

Do dairy products have any adverse effects on diabetes?

Unlike the young that milk was meant for, the reactions to a person with diabetes could be devastating. There is a lot of fat and carbohydrates that turn into sugar in the digestive proses.
Too much milk to a person could spike there insulin levels to a dangerous level causing them to fall into a coma and eventually die.
One glass of milk may be alright for them but you must compensate and make sure you balance you meals so that your sugar intake is not going to spike. I would not recommend too much dairy although dairy is good for your bones and has the good kind of cholesterol.

I would suggest you turn to soy products and yogurt .
Yogurt has the ability to block certain enzymes, These enzymes, alpha-amylase and alpha-glucosidase, help to slow down the digestion of carbohydrates in turn leaving you full longer so that you need to snack less.
yogurt also affected another enzyme, called angiotensin-I converting enzyme (ACE-I) , this enzyme effects blood pressure or kidney health. ACE-I can cause blood vessels to narrow, thereby raising blood pressure.
So i would suggest if you have diabetes that you do enjoy your daily dairy just in moderation keeping it in your diet can help you just be limited in the amounts you consume considering soy as well as dairy .

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