Diet for hyperinsulinemia

hyperinsulinemiaHyperinflation or excess blood insulin that is produced when the pancreas secretes the hormone in excess, causing insulin in the blood accumulates and cause various complications.
Hyperinflation is a condition that occurs usually associated with overweight and other disorders such as hypertension, high cholesterol, triglycerides and blood glucose. Treatment includes medication, diet and physical activity.
Proper nutrition can help reduce hyperinflation and insulin resistance, to correct the overweight, to prevent diabetes and to improve levels of blood pressure and blood lipids.



While it is essential to have a personalized nutrition plan that allows to face the problem and its complications, there are some dietary strategies that can help address this situation:

• Monitor the amount of carbohydrates in your diet: flour, pasta, bread, biscuits, potatoes, sweet potatoes, rice, biscuits, etc. These should be properly selected and distributed throughout the day to avoid dangerous increases in blood insulin concentrations.
• Avoid sugar and sugary foods, substitute sweeteners, diet soda and low-calorie jams.
• Control portion sizes. Any strategy is valid at the time of check amounts and calories. Cook it right and necessary, substitute ingredients, use smaller plates.
• Reduce salt intake. Avoid high sodium foods such as sausages, canned meats, and snacks. Use natural spices to flavor their dishes.
• Forget the alcohol, drink plenty of fluids, however, especially water.

Some foods that may be included in a diet for hyperinflation are:

• low-fat dairy
• Cereals, grain only oats, brown rice, wheat germ, bran, soybean, soy lecithin.
• Lean meats
• Eggs (3 times a week)
• Vegetables: fresh or cooked vegetables, preferably sheet as chard, spinach, lettuce, endive, arugula, radishes, cabbage, brussels sprouts, endive, broccoli, carrot, tomato, pumpkin, squash, green zucchini, etc..
• Fruits: apple, pear, grapefruit, tangerine, watermelon, cantaloupe, orange, 1 cup strawberries or strawberries, cherries, blueberries, raspberries, papaya, mango, kiwi.
• Drink water, fruit juices, carbonated soft drinks or diet.
• Sweeteners.

In addition to diet, an important habit to be incorporated in the treatment of hyperinflation is the realization of physical activity, such as daily walks of 30 to 40 minutes, which will help burn calories and fat.

Note that the ideal and recommended in cases of hyperinflation is that the diet should be advised directly and in a personalized way by a nutritionist.

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