Menus regulating glucose and weight control

dietMany people who want to lose weight fail to do so because they suffer from glucose intolerance. This situation affects many, not knowing suffering from pre diabetes. Therefore, once you have your diagnosis is essential to the management of the APP diet foods, for which you need to know menus to help you regulate blood sugar and weight control.

Many people who want to lose weight fail to do so because they suffer from glucose intolerance. This situation affects many, not knowing suffering from pre diabetes. Therefore, once you have your diagnosis is essential to the management of the APP diet foods, for which you need to know menus to help you regulate blood sugar and weight control.


Most people who suffer from glucose intolerance do not know, have certain symptoms and signs such as weight gain, tiredness and fatigue, but perhaps associated with other causes associated with stress or excess activity.

But there is another possible cause known as glucose intolerance. This is the stage of predicaments that if not treated and controlled diabetes finish in time.

At this stage the APP diet is very important, because for many doctors are the best way to control blood glucose, before deciding whether or not you need medication consumption.

7 Menus for glucose intolerance

Day 1

Breakfast. A cup of almond milk with a tablespoon of oat bran, almonds and one tablespoon  teaspoon ground sesame seeds. Do not add sugar. Media grapefruit if you want you can sweeten with sweetener.

Mid Morning / Afternoon Media. A fresh fruit shell / a piece of low fat cheese.

Food / Brunch. A cup of light vegetable broth with a teaspoon of brewer’s yeast. Salad half cup of lentils, avocado, tomato and lettuce several. A fresh fruit with skin or shell.

Snack. A cup of tea with skimmed milk with a slice of white bread with spread able cheese.

Dinner. A cup of light vegetable broth with a teaspoon of brewer’s yeast. A portion of grilled fish salad with onion sprouts and grated carrot. A portion of light gelatin.

Day 2

Breakfast. A cup of tea with skimmed milk with cheese omelets. A fresh fruit with skin.

Mid Morning / Afternoon Media. A cup of celery sticks / a handful of almonds.

Food / Brunch. A cup of light vegetable broth with a teaspoon of brewer’s yeast. Pastas with broccoli, chopped peppers, bean sprouts. A fruit with skin.

Snack . A yogurt.

Dinner. A cup of light vegetable broth with a teaspoon of brewer’s yeast. A serving of chicken breast stuffed with low fat cheese and sauced with a light white sauce with tomato salad. A portion of light gelatin.

Day 3

Breakfast. A cup of almond milk with a tablespoon of oat bran, a tablespoon of almonds and a teaspoon of ground sesame seeds. Do not add sugar. Media grapefruit if you want you can sweeten with sweetener.

Mid Morning / Afternoon Media. A fresh fruit shell / a piece of low fat cheese.

Food / Brunch. A cup of light vegetable broth with a teaspoon of brewer’s yeast. Brown rice salad. A fresh fruit.

Snack. A cup of tea with skimmed milk with a slice of white bread with spread able cheese.

Dinner. A cup of light vegetable broth with a teaspoon of brewer’s yeast. A serving of lean roast beef salad with various sprouts and cut asparagus. A portion of light gelatin.

Day 4

Breakfast. A cup of tea with skimmed milk with cheese omelets. A fresh fruit with skin.

Mid Morning / Afternoon Media. A cup of celery sticks / a handful of almonds.

Food / Brunch. A cup of light vegetable broth with a teaspoon of brewer’s yeast. Panache of vegetables with white sauce. A fresh fruit with skin.

Snack. A yogurt.

Dinner. A cup of light vegetable broth with a teaspoon of brewer’s yeast. A portion of grilled fish with grilled vegetables. A portion of light gelatin.

Day 5

Breakfast. A cup of almond milk with a tablespoon of oat bran, a tablespoon of almonds and a teaspoon of ground sesame seeds. Do not add sugar. Media grapefruit if you want you can sweeten with sweetener.

Mid Morning / Afternoon Media. A fresh fruit shell / a piece of low fat cheese.

Food / Brunch. A cup of light vegetable broth with a teaspoon of brewer’s yeast. A light potato stuffed with a tomato salad. A fresh fruit.

Snack. A cup of tea with skimmed milk with a slice of white bread with spread able cheese.

Dinner. A cup of light vegetable broth with a teaspoon of brewer’s yeast. A portion of roasted chicken breast with artichoke salad. A portion of light gelatin.

Day 6

Breakfast. A cup of tea with skimmed milk with cheese omelets. A fresh fruit with skin.

Mid Morning / Afternoon Media. A cup of celery sticks / a handful of almonds.

Food / Brunch. A cup of light vegetable broth with a teaspoon of brewer’s yeast. Two servings of pudding, carrots and chard. A fresh fruit.

Snack. A yogurt.

Dinner. A cup of light vegetable broth with a teaspoon of brewer’s yeast. A portion of roast beef with visible spinach salad and lettuce grease.

Day 7

Breakfast. A skimmed yogurt with sliced strawberries. A slice of whole wheat toast with light white cheese.

Mid Morning / Afternoon Media. A coffee cup carrot sticks / a handful of unsalted sunflower seeds.

Food / Brunch. A cup of light vegetable broth with a teaspoon of brewer’s yeast. Argali, tomato, shredded carrots, hearts of palm and some squirmy sticks with a little Parmesan cheese. A fresh fruit.

Snack. A glass of drinkable yogurt with a rice cracker.

Dinner. A cup of light vegetable broth with a teaspoon of brewer’s yeast. A burger salmon or other fish with fries not fried. A portion of light gelatin.

In the diet to treat glucose intolerance fiber intake is very important, not so much for purifying effect but because it slows the absorption of glucose and fat in foods , thereby maintaining constant blood glucose and preventing hyperglycemic peaks.

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