Busy Hospital Morning.

A Nurse’s Morning Routine..

First Nursing Job

Cardiac Adventures.

ICU Nursing Experience.

Congestive Heart Failure.

  • Here is a sample of the glycemic index diet that will help stablize blood sugars and keep sugars from spiking and then dropping too low after the spike.

  •  Vegetables, beans, legumes, fruits, nuts, seeds and other plants;

  • One hundred percent Whole-Grain foods like oats, breads, pasta, rice and cereals.

  • Omega-3 foods like salmon, tuna, lake trout and sardines. Also olive oil, canola oil and avocados.

  • Water, green & red teas and fruit juices instead of coffee, soft drinks, energy drinks and alcohol.

  • Organic, lean cuts of animal meats

  • No-fat or low-fat dairy products.

One positive point about the G.I meal plan is it’s possible for dieters to enjoy the odd “treat” item once or twice each week, maybe an occasional dessert after a light dinner. As long as these “bad” items are NOT eaten alone it should not ruin the diet plan. 

  • Foods that are rich in water content – i.e. vegetables, beans, legumes, fruits, nuts, seeds and other plants;

  • One hundred percent Whole-Grain foods like oats, breads, pasta, rice and cereals;

  • Omega-3 foods like salmon, tuna, lake trout and sardines. Also olive oil, canola oil and avocados are very nice;

  • Water, green & red teas and fruit juices instead of coffee, soft drinks, energy drinks and alcohol;

  • Organic, lean cuts of animal meats if any;

  • No-fat or low-fat dairy products if any;

One positive point about the G.I meal plan is it’s possible for dieters to enjoy the odd “treat” item once or twice each week, maybe an occasional dessert after a light dinner. As long as these “bad” items are NOT eaten alone it should not ruin the diet plan.

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