Visalus shake recipes for diabetics
Visalus shake is a great variant for those people who don’t want to have excessive weight, but keeping a good shape by exhausting themselves with strict diets is not an option. Besides that, it contains a lot of healthy ingredients to keep your tummy full and healthy at the same time. We already found out if this shake is appropriate for pregnant women but what about people with diabetes? Does Visalus shake cause any harm to people who potentially can’t consume protein because of a high level of glucose?
People with diabetes often wonder how much protein should they consume while having the high level of glucose. Proteins are useful for diabetics because it strengthens their bones and has a good impact on all the body systems. But you should control the level of protein you consume. People who do sports should pay much more attention to shakes. Proteins are micro -compounds with nitrogen content. They contain animal or organic products. A sufficient amount of protein provides strong nervous system and coordination of other systems, it also makes your bones strong and helps in promoting normal development of your body.
Can you drink protein shakes if you have diabetes?
Consuming protein if you have diabetes is not forbidden. But you need to remember that before you include a certain product in your daily ration, you need to consult with your doctor and regularly check your state, taking blood tests. People with diabetes who do sports, trying to keep a proper diet without nutritionists say that there is no harm to their body whatsoever- the only thing they notice is muscle mass growth. If you have type 2 diabetes, it is forbidden to mix shakes with alcohol, smoking, drinking coffee or eating junk food.
Visalus shakes for diabetics recipe
It is quite obvious that a recipe of a protein shake for people with diabetes should differ from those who have a normal usual lifestyle. People with diabetes should not consume much sugar as the level of glucose will significantly increase and it can cause serious consequences like the coma. That is why you should strictly agree with your diet and eating habits with a doctor who will help you develop a right daily ration.
Recipe number 1 – banana diabetic recipe Visalus Shakes
For this one, you will new a few simple ingredients you can simply find at your local store. You need:
- 180 grams of cottage cheese
- milk (600 ml)
- -2 or 3 bananas
- 50 g of nuts of your choice
- Honey (just the tiniest bit)
Add 180 grams of cottage cheese to a mixing bowl. Stir all the curds so the cheese has more of a creamy texture. Add milk and chop some bananas. Chop nuts into smaller pieces and put everything in the blender. Add a little bit of honey, four scoops of your Visalus shake mix and shake thoroughly in the blender. You can also add some ice if you want to. This is the ingredients for two portions. You can store it and save for later.
Number 2 – Cinnamon vi shakes diabetic recipe
For this simple shake you will need:
- 250 ml of milk
- half of the banana
- 2-3 tablespoons of oatmeal
- Cinnamon to your taste
Add 250 ml of milk, chop the bananas and add to a mixing bowl, scoop 2-3 tablespoons of oatmeal and two scoops of Visalus shake. Add cinnamon and mix. Serve the drink.
Before you start mixing ingredients, calculate how much mixing powder you need. Depending on your goal and loads, count from 1 to 2.5 grams per kilogram of weight. That is, if a person weighs 100 kg and is engaged in power sports, then he or she needs to make a shake that contains 250 grams of protein and low sugar.
Thomas Matthys a former world-class track & field athlete and the founder of Swol Headquarters. He graduated from the University of Fordham with a Master’s degree in Science. Matthys is a certified sports nutritionist and personal coach of several professional athletes. Matthys has been involved in various clinical studies within Track & Field including one on the factors associated with muscle recovery and HIIT.