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Diabetes Cure Vegan Diet

These days the vegan diet is all the rage. What is it and how does it work?

Veganism is a type of vegetarian diet that excludes meat, eggs and dairy products and all other animal-derived ingredients. Many vegans also do not eat foods that are processed using animal products, such as refined white sugar and some wines. Most vegans avoid the use of all products tested on animals, as well as animal- derived non-food products, such as leather, fur and wool.


The reason someone chooses this type of diet varies. It can range from someone who doesn't believe in killing to someone trying to cure a health isssue. In any case many have had success losing weight and feeling better when implementing this way of life.


Many vegan eat unferment soy. Unfermented soy create fibrins in the blood stream which can cause plaque buildup, heart attack and stroke. NEVER eat unfermented soy. If you want to eat soy make sure it is fermented.

What do vegans eat?

This is perhaps the most common question about veganism. A vegan diet includes all grains, beans, legumes, vegetables and fruits and the nearly infinite number of foods made by combining them. Many vegan versions of familiar foods are available, so you can eat vegan hot dogs, ice cream, cheese and mayonnaise.

Plenty of high-fiber, natural fruits, soy products, and vegetables, along with certain processed foods from health food stores, are the foundation of the vegan diet plan. Dieters are encouraged to eat breakfast, lunch, and dinner, and to have a snack only if needed.

Foods that are allowed include:

  • Organic fruits and veggies
  • Soy products, beans, and nuts
  • Organic Italian olive oil, palm oil and coconut oil
  • Whole-grain cereals and bread, whole-wheat pasta, vegetable pasta, tortillas, brown rice, barley, quinoa, potatoes, and sweet potatoes
  • Organic corn chips; tofu ice cream; and desserts sweetened with cane juice, maple syrup, raw sugar, or other natural, unrefined products
  • Water, decaf green tea, and organic red wine on occasion.

A typical meal plan might look like this:

  • Breakfast: mango, banana, kiwi, and fermeneted soy yogurt
  • Lunch: organic salad with lots of raw vegetables
  • Snack (a small serving from the approved list and only if necessary): exotic vegetable chips
  • Dinner: vegetarian Pad Thai

If you are a diabetic and choose to be a vegan, you will still need to watch your carb intake to insure your diabetes cure. 

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