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  • 1. & Diabetes Prevention Zhuyun Li(Lisa) Pharmacology, Bachelor Degree of Science Nutrition Science, Master of Science Candidate2012.9.29 Internship in Luna Medical Primary Care
  • 2. Visit Doctors if needed especially emergencyDon’t count on supplements or nutrition diets
  • 3. www.choosemyplate.gov
  • 4. Diets• Carbohydrates• Proteins• Lipids• Vitamins and Minerals• Others
  • 5. CarbohydratesSimply known as “sugar”It is far more than thatGlucose, Fructose, Lactose, Starch, Glycogen,Fibres….
  • 6. Glucose takes parts in most metabolism activitiesNormal blood glucose level: 3.9~6.1mmol/L (fasting state)Abnormal: in most cases, higher glucose level----DiabetesMellitus
  • 7. How does diabetes happen?Genetic relatedLifestyle and Diets inactivity overweight high-sugar intakes
  • 8. How to prevent diabetes on diets• Decrease excessive high-sugar / high- calories intakes• Increase alternative carbohydrate
  • 9. Decrease excessive high-sugar intakes
  • 10. According to RDA (recommended daily allowance) ,adults need about 130g/ day of digestiblecarbohydrate to support• 6 ounces of grains• 2.5 cups of vegetable• 2 cups of fruit• 3 cups of milk
  • 11. Increase alternative carbohydrate Dietary Fibres • Lowering blood cholesterol • Promoting bowel health • Regulating blood glucose
  • 12. • fruits : strawberry, blackberry• oatmeal• Legumes• psyllium
  • 13. • Make elimination more easily cannot be digested totally , Left to largeintestine to absorb water• slow glucose absorption from small intestine Increase time of insulin release from the pancreas
  • 14. Question Time
  • 15. Thank you for your attendance!

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