In the results of a demographics survey, a large percentage of the respondents indicated they would like more information on specific foods and their effect(s) on diabetes. This section is an attempt to provide that kind of information. It is an ongoing project, with more articles added frequently. So check back again if you don’t see a specific food in the list below. Better yet, add a comment with a link to a useful article!
Here is a handy reference document listing 10 pages of foods by category, giving serving size, calories, carbs, fats, fiber, and protein for each food. Please feel free to download and printout for your personal use. This document, too, may be updated periodically. The current revision is:
The following articles are about foods in general and diabetic-friendly foods in particular.
The American Heart Association — Protecting Industry Not Patients
ACCEPTABLE LOW CARB FOODS FOR ATKINS 20, PHASE 1
This is the original Atkins diet that millions of people have lost weight on. Not only is it an effective diet plan, but it’s simple, too! When you control your carb intake, you burn fat.
The Best High-Fiber and Low-Carb Foods
The Complete Crash Course on Clean Eating
FULL LIST OF FOODS TO AVOID ON A KETOGENIC DIET
How GE Food May Be Poisoning the Planet
What Are Empty Carbs?
What is the Problem? All Carbs? Or PROCESSED Carbs?
Why Won’t We Tell Diabetics the Truth?
The Unhealthiest of “Health Foods”
- About Foods
- About Labels
- Alcoholic Beverages
- Artificial Sweeteners
- Baking Powder/Baking Soda
- Chocolate & Carob
- Cholesterol in Food
- Clean and Unclean Meat
- Dairy Products
- Fats, Oils
- Fish, Seafood
- General & Miscellaneous
- Meat Analogs
- Nuts & Seeds
- Sugar & Sweeteners
- Vegetarianism vs. Meat-eating
- Vinegar & Pickles