60, Dr. Oz’s diabetic weight loss diet

60, Dr. Oz’s diabetic weight loss diet

It’s called 60, and it’s a 60-day challenge to reduce high blood sugar in people with type 2 diabetes, launched by Dr. Mehmet Oz on his The Dr Oz Show program.

A really interesting challenge, because before the launch it was tried by 60 diabetic Americans with incredible results. Weight loss of 3-4 kilos per month and reduction of blood sugar in all the volunteers involved.

This diabetic weight loss diet created by the nutritionists of Dr. Oz’s program has the great advantage of being very easy to follow. There is a list of foods to eat and a series of rules, stop.

Quantities are subjective, but I’ll give you an example scheme to start with.

Dcomedieta followed the challenge and the results of the volunteers, and decided to tell you about the slimming diet for diabetics 60 as a preview.


Food granted.
Fat. Nuts (including almonds and pistachios but not peanuts), almond butter, sugar-free almond milk, olive oil, avocado, olives, oil seeds (sunflower, flax, chia, pumpkin). After 60 days you can vary with extra dark chocolate.

Proteins. Fish (white and blue, fresh or frozen, not in oil, skinless poultry, veal, egg whites, legumes, Greek yogurt 0 or 2% fat, skimmed milk or 1% fat, low-fat cheeses fats such as ricotta, cottage cheese, primosale, light mozzarella, light spreadable dairy products.

Fruits: red fruits including strawberries, apples and pears eaten with the skin, yellow or white melon.
Vegetables: all allowed except carrots and beets. No to potatoes.

Carbohydrates : brown rice, rolled oats or oats in grains, quinoa, 100% rye or wholemeal bread (no wholemeal products from the supermarket), sweet potatoes. After 60 days you can include in your diet soy spaghetti, barley, spelled or wholemeal pasta, buckwheat, normal potatoes as long as they are boiled or roasted with the peel.

Stevia or Truvia are allowed. Ok lemon, vinegar, mustard, spices, herbs, coffee or tea, cocoa.

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