Intermittent Fasting is discouraged for people with diabetes as it is recommended that they eat 4-5 small evenly spaced meals during the day instead of 2-3 larger meals. Failure to follow this might put a diabetic person at risk for hypoglycemia or very low blood sugar levels that may cause clumsiness, speech troubles, confusion, loss of consciousness, seizures or death.
Articles in this section
- What is diabetes and how does a person develop this health condition?
- When does a person become diagnosed with diabetes?
- What are the risk factors for developing diabetes?
- What is the general lifestyle recommendation for someone with diabetes?
- What types of food should I refrain from eating when I have diabetes?
- How can the NUTHERA® Rx Diabetes Meal Plan help people with this condition?
- Why is the NUTHERA® Rx Diabetes Meal Plan fixed with 3 meals and 2 snacks?
- Can I pause my medications while trying out the NUTHERA® Rx Diabetes Meal Plan?
- Can I do intermittent fasting while subscribed to the NUTHERA® Rx Diabetes Meal Plan?
- What other health conditions and goals can benefit from subscribing to NUTHERA® Rx Diabetes Meal Plan?