What Are Considered As Bad Carbohydrates In A Diabetic Patient?
Excess glucose in the body leads to diabetes
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Diabetes happens because of an increase in the glucose level in the blood. This is what your doctor means when he says that your carbohydrates are not good.
He could also mean that you are taking carbohydrates that are absorbed quickly and raise the blood glucose level quickly. Examples of these are sugar and corn.
To sustain and slow down the absorption of the sugar, you need to take complex carbohydrates like oats or brown bread. This will slow the absorption of sugar and prevent you from getting hyperglycemia.
Also, you need to lose weight to be able to fight off the diabetes. Weight loss will bring back the insulin sensitivity and help you greatly.
I hope I have answered your query. Please post a follow up if you have more questions.