It has been the believe of many that most carbohydrate foods are bad for people with diabetes. Truth be told foods that are high in Carbohydrate content have also been proven to contain higher amount of sugar but this is not all foods. There are still some carbohydrate foods that are actually good for diabetes even though they are really high in Carbohydrate contents.
Carbohydrate is a class of food that provides energy for body building. Eating carbohydrates is not bad but it becomes bad when you eat too much of them. There are some visible signs that your body will manifest when you are consuming too much carbohydrates. Below are signs your body shows when your carbohydrate intake is very high.
Carbohydrate is a class of food that is more available compared to other classes of food. Carbohydrate is an important nutrient that helps in body building and energy giving. Bread, white rice, pasta, biscuit and cereals are examples of foods with high carbohydrate content. Consuming too much of these foods can increase your chances of getting heart problems.
Garri : It is a creamy-white and yellowish flour, a popular food loved by all sundry. It is processed from the roots and tuber of the Cassava plant. It belongs to the Carbohydrate group of diet and can be taken raw as it is or be consumed as
Diabetes affects millions of people every year and unfortunately, there is no cure for it yet but there are treatments to help manage it. According to the World Health Organization, it is a chronic disease that occurs when the pancreas is no longer able to produce insulin or when the body cannot make good use of the insulin it produces.
High blood sugar is one of the terrible health condition that can easily escalate and become something more serious.It can even lead to death of an individual if ignored.Asides causing death, high blood sugar poses terrible signs and symptoms especially if it becomes a full blown problem.
Food is one of the basic needs of human, we cannot carryout our daily activities without food. In a day, we are required to eat at least three times, in the morning as breakfast, afternoon as lunch and at night which is referred to as dinner.
This article is for models, fitness trainers and other individuals who would love to maintain their usual shape while they also eat Nigerian foods. Most people believe that Nigerian foods are mostly high on carbohydrates, however this is not entirely true because there are a lot of low-carbohydrate Nigerian foods you can eat. This article will also be beneficial to people who are trying to maintain a normal sugar level. Check out Nigerian foods that are low on carbohydrates that you can eat. 1) African cucumber
An ideal diet is a healthy diet that helps to maintain and improve the over all health. It provides the body with essential nutrient and adequate energy.Good nutrition involved eating a balanced and ideal diet which include: Fruits, grains, but, and seeds.The categories of a balanced and ideal diet will be discussed in this article.
Corn pap commonly known as Akamu or Ogi is a cereal pudding usually fermented and made from maize. It is usually cooked to make a creamy pudding. It is widely consumed in Nigeria and other parts of the world.Corn pap is a nutritious meal and a good source of vital nutrients such as phosphorus, Vitamins C and A, Zinc and a great source of Carbohydrate.
The peanut, also known as the groundnut, goober, pindar or monkey nut, and taxonomically classified as Arachis hypogaea, is a legume crop grown mainly for its edible seeds. Most people are not aware of the health benefits of groundnut. The following are the nutrients contain in groundnut:
Lack of quality information can bring about many disadvantages which might even cause damage to our health.Eating late at Night is a common habit that many people have cultivated not knowing the possible effects it can have to their health.Well in this article, I am going to talk about the possible side effects of eating late at Night and foods you should not eat in the Night.
Nutrition is the appropriate intake of a healthy and balanced diet in the right proportion ensuring that the body gets the nutrients that it needs. Nutrients are substances gotten from food or vitamin. As soon as your get pregnant, you need as much nutrient as ever. This helps to build and develop a healthy baby and ensuring that you and your baby gain the proper amount of weight.
Yam is a food that is rich in Carbohydrate, this delicacy is widely eaten in different places in the World including Africa and Nigeria.Yam can be prepared in different ways such as boiled yam, fried or roasted yam, pounded yam and many others. There are lots of people who prefer pounded yam but the Popular way of making pounded yam is by pounding it which is stressful for most people but thanks to technology, other ways of making pounded yam has been invented and I will be showing you one of them in this article.
Many of us must have been taught in school that Balanced diet consists of the 6 important classes of food namely, Protein, Carbohydrate, Healthy fats and oil, Minerals, Vitamins and water but the question is can you create a properly balanced diet with Nigerian Food? If you didn't know how to go about it, kindly see how to create a well-balanced meal with Nigerian food. 1. Carbohydrate Carbohydrate gives energy, store energy and build macromolecules that are needed in the body to function well. Major consumable
Garri is a popular Nigerian "cereal", gotten from cassava.A lot of people in this part of the world enjoy eating garri because of its "ready to eat" nature.
Christmas is a time of celebration. It is a date set apart to celebrate the birth of Our lord Jesus Christ. Christmas is always celebrated every 25th of December and the Christmas day for the year 2020 is tommorow. The truth is that in most Nigerian home, rice would be cooked in celebration of christmas and i have always wondered why most Nigerians love cooking rice on Christmas day. The price of a bag of rice is quite expensive and is within the range of N25000- N31000 depending on the type you want so i have
Corn (maize) is a widely consumed cereal in Nigeria. It is usually cultivated, just at the onset of the rainy season and ready to be harvested and sold for commercial purposes around the months of May and June. It comes in different colours, the yellow corn and the white corn.
Wrong food combination often results in poor digestion or indigestion.Here are the simple rules for food combination: 1.Do not eat acidic fruits e.g.oranges, pineapples with Carbohydrate because it prevent proper digestion.Rather, take acidic fruits for at least 15-30minutes before the meal.
Please for those who missed my last post, kindly search for it and update yourself. ￼For those who are interested in formulating their own feed, we shall start with simple feed made up of one one energy source and one protein source. The first thing that should come to your mind would be to formulate a balanced diet. A balance diet should comprise the six classes of food, that is, 1. Carbohydrate 2. Protein 3. Fat & oil 4. Vitamin 5. Mineral 6. Water Carbohydrate and fat & oil are for energy. Water is served