Beer in diabetes mellitus. Is it allowed to drink?

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Beer in diabetes mellitusBeer is not only delicious, but also nutritious drink whose history dates back more than one hundred years. At present, it is made in different countries of the world, and it has a lot of varieties. Some nations have even whole pub culture, which is manifested in conduct of beer carnivals, festivals, etc.

It is known that traditional beer has a number of properties that have a positive impact on the human body. This foamy drink due to some extent contributes to rejuvenation of organism. However, people who have blood sugar levels higher than normal should consume this drink in limited quantities. Doctors recommend to people who do not have diabetes, but whose level of sugar in the blood is higher than normal, to drink beer in quantity no more than three hundred milliliters during the day. This is made due to the fact that carbohydrates that are contained in this amount of beer do not contribute to increase of level of blood sugar because it is compensated by alcohol contained in drink and body insulin.

In case ofpatients with diabetes it is better not to drink any type ofalcohol and beer in particular (especially for people who have an obesity), as the combination of insulin and a beer can cause hypoglycemic state (blood sugar lowering), which is fatal in some cases.

Beer yeast in diabetes mellitusHumans who suffer from diabetes, know about positive effect of yeast. For the prevention and treatment of diabetes brewer's yeast is used very often. They consist of 52% of the protein and include valuable vitamins, fatty acids, as well as a number of important minerals. Thanks to these substances can be achieved normalization of metabolic processes that contribute to blood formation and liver functioning can be contributed. They correct nutrition that is very important for diabetics who have to strictly control their diet.

Brewer's yeast have received a lot of popularity as a prophylactic and therapeutic agent for diabetes, not only in our country but also in many European countries. They are widely used in various medical institutions, which treat patients from diabetes mellitus.