The Type 1 Diabetes Cookbook 2021: Easy and Healthy Diabetic Diet Recipes for Type 1 Diabetes

The Type 1 Diabetes Cookbook 2021: Easy and Healthy Diabetic Diet Recipes for Type 1 Diabetes

Loading ....

Price: [price_with_discount]
(as of [price_update_date] – Details)


Are you looking for a type 1 diabetes meal plan?

Diabetes is a common, life-long disease that affects the way the body uses the food we eat.

Type 1 diabetes is a chronic autoimmune disease that destroys the insulin-producing cells of the pancreas. The body cannot produce insulin, which is a vital hormone needed to transport glucose from the bloodstream into cells for energy. Without insulin, blood sugar levels rise and a condition termed hyperglycemia occurs.

Type 1 diabetes undergoes the destruction of the beta-cells in the pancreas that can produce insulin. It affects approximately 3-5% of people with diabetes and usually occurs in childhood or adolescence but can also occur in adults. Type 1 diabetes is therefore characterized by beta-cell destruction on an autoimmune or idiopathic basis, which leads to absolute insulin deficiency.

At the base of the disease, there is a “sabotage” by the immune system against the cells that produce insulin: the disease manifests itself in fact with the presence in the blood antibodies directed against antigens present in the cells that produce insulin. For this reason, type 1 diabetes is classified among the so-called “autoimmune” diseases, characterized by a reaction of the immune system against the organism itself. The damage that the immune system induces against the cells that produce insulin is believed it may be linked to hereditary factors and environmental factors (including diet, lifestyle, contact with specific viruses).

This book covers:

– Food nutrients list for type 1 diabetes

– Breakfast recipe

– Lunch recipe

– Dinner recipe

– Dessert recipe

– 14 days meal plan

And much more!

To treat Type 1 Diabetes, the only therapy available is the intake of insulin, utilizing subcutaneous injections. Thanks to this therapy and the correct lifestyle, most patients manage to lead a normal life and prevent long-term complications.

Diabetes is treated through diet, exercise, and medication.

Do you want to know more about it? Click BUY NOW!



Loading ....