Fish vs. Meat
Advisable to cut down on red meat and consume more white meat such as poultry and pork along with fish of every description. Fish has a lot of oils and omega fats which are good for us. Again it is recommended that one sees your GP before changing ones diet. Aim for a balanced diet which must include fruits and vegetables.
With regards to the benefits of various bush teas, ginger, turmeric, herbs, spices and lemons to name but a few things, it is recommended that one sees your G.P. or health professional before trying any alternative remedies on a regular basis as what might work for one person might not be suitable for another.
I am not clinically trained or a healthcare professional so please always bear that in mind. However I do have a certain level of knowledge and experience that places me in a position to share some information with you aided by the training material that Diabetes UK has provided for its Community Champions.
1. Visit the Diabetes UK website at: www.diabetes.org.uk
2. Talk in confidence about diabetes. Careline number: 03451232399 Monday – Friday 9.00 a.m. – 7.00 p.m.
3. Email Diabetes UK at email@example.com
4. Contact any one of the 10 regional Diabetes UK offices whose numbers can be found on the website.
Tony Kelly, Diabetes UK Community Champions.