Preventing Type 2 Diabetes in Canada (body P2)

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Preventing Type 2 Diabetes in Canada (body P2)

Post  ChenelleM on Sat Dec 04, 2010 3:54 pm

Preventing Type 2 Diabetes in Canada (body P2)
Research has shown that incorporating a healthy eating plan with proper nutrition and the right amount of food are effective methods of weight loss. This improves the body’s capability to use insulin accurately. The body requires three foods basics, carbohydrates the main source of fuel for the muscles, proteins that help the body cells grow and repair, and fats an important nutrient for an alternative fuel in time of hunger. Carbohydrates exchange glucose for energy, proteins come naturally from the food we eat , and usually fat that is not broken down into glucose is stored as fat. The issue with fat is that it carries double the calories per gram in comparison to carbohydrates and proteins. A balance diet of all the food groups is essential to prevention of Type 2 diabetes, because only eating one or the other will cause blood sugar to rise in levels. A healthy meal plan requires taking the small food choices into account. Pop consumption in Canada is on the rise, a 2004 study of 90, 000 Canadian women showed that drinks with added sugars had a direct link to diabetes, the woman that raised their pop consumption to more than one a day gained weight and had eighty present greater risks for Type 2 diabetes (as cited in Dole, 2009). Pop remains the largest category of beverages consumption in Canada. The added sugars in pop and juices are more absorbed by the body than those found in natural foods. So, prevention depends on lessening the consumption of pop and sugar added beverages, like coolers, even treats such as cupcakes and candies. Fruits and vegetables are high in fibre. They provide energy that is not received from sugar added foods like a bag of chips (Finaly, 2009).


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Post  garrett4422 on Sun Dec 05, 2010 7:46 pm

Much more precise based on the relation to healthy nutrition. Reading this part of the body provided much more flow than that of body 1. Sherry had some valid points. Consider looking that section over. Section 2 was concentrated more direct to the prevention, where body 1 was covering numerous points of interest. This section was enjoyable.


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Post  cole on Sun Dec 05, 2010 9:01 pm

This is paragraph has a good flow and is strongly focused on prevention of diabetes. Your research was used well to support your points.


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