1. Eat six small meals daily.
  2. Choose complex carbohydrates, obtaining 70% of calories from this type of carbohydrate, 20% from fat and 10% from protein.  Particularly suitable are buckwheat, millet, oats.
  3. 80% of the diet should be raw foods.  Obtain protein from cottage cheese, yoghurt, nuts.  Increase fibre intake.
  4. Citrus fruits are beneficial, also cucumber, onions, garlic.
  5. Avoid all tea, coffee, alcohol, sugar, honey, fruit sugars, refined and processed foods, soft drinks, cordials.
  6. Considering pancreatic insufficiency and possible poor metabolism of proteins, carbohydrates and fats, aim to eat alkaline food mainly.
  7. Avoid all saturated fats and deep fried foods.
  8. Eat fish regularly – cod, tuna, salmon, sardines.
  9. Take lecithin granules or capsules daily, 3 teaspoons to 3 tablespoons, this emulsifies fats.
  10. Reduce the consumption of milk and lactose rich foods, soya milk is the ideal substitute (sugar free ie glucose, dextrose, and sucrose free.)
  11. Exercise according to your current capacity, increasing a little daily, exercise requires fuel, you will effectively use up more glucose, ie blood sugars.
  12. Avoid mental and emotional stressors, the pancreas is very sensitive and is disturbed by stress.
  13. Drink ordinary tap water containing essential trace elements for formation of insulin and therefore effective transport of glucose out of the blood and into the cells.

Various supplements are available from myself to heal and regenerate the pancreas, provide trace elements for the formation of sufficient insulin, there-by you can, along with dietary application, REGULATE YOUR BLOOD SUGAR LEVELS.

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