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by Regina Fancy (2019-09-16)

Is eating a raw diabetes diet plan sustainable? To StrictionD Review some people yes, to others it can be difficult. If you are used to highly calorific, fatty foods, then launching 'cold turkey' into a raw diet will be difficult to sustain, and if you do it for a month, or two months, then you need to have effectively changed your eating lifestyle to match the raw diet as closely as possible, otherwise the weight will pile back on, and the diabetes will return if you go back to your old eating habits.There are a few qualifiers for the raw diet, and these are you need to avoid processed foods, avoid dairy, no meat, no alcohol, no sugar. To many, that may sound like 'what's left to eat?' and that's a fair question. The key ingredients for a raw food diet are essentially fresh fruit and raw vegetables and raw nuts. Many people who choose this type of eating plan, end up buying dehydrators that enable them to create some far more appetising food items, that are still raw, whereby the essential enzymes in the raw foods haven't been damaged or destroyed by heating over a certain 'enzyme destroying' temperature during the dehydration process.Many people who choose to follow the raw diet eating plan, do so for a set period like 60 days, and then once they have normal blood sugar range readings, they revert to a vegan diet, whereby they can slowly re introduce certain foods that allow some more flexibility in what they can eat.