How can you tell whether you're at risk for diabetes?
Diabetes is condition for which exact cause is unknown. But being unhealthy interms of obesity and other comorbid conditions increase the risk of developing diabetes, there are other causes such as family history/ presence of autoantibodies/ polycystic ovarian syndrome etc which increase the risk.
The effects of added sugar intake include higher blood pressure, inflammation, weight gain, diabetes, and fatty liver disease which are all linked to an increased risk for heart attack
Diabetes affects nerves which reduce one's sensitivity to pain from wound leading to repetitive traumas, wounds can get infected which may not heal fastly due to reduced blood supply. Sometimes, a bad infection never heals. The infection might lead to gangrene and amputation.
Glucose should only be given to Diabetic patients when they are in hypoglycemic state i.e., when the blood sugar levels have dropped below normal range and patient is symptomatic.
Fresh mushrooms are low glycemic index as they have less carbohydrates and also a good source of vitamin B.