The so called diabetic diet, with a high intake of protein and fat, grown up in order to gain a better glycemic control, can be responsible for long term impairment of macro-angiopathic complication. For this reason many paediatric diabetologists, according to recent Dietary Allowances, recommend to diabetic children and adolescents a diet with the following characteristics: A variable total energy intake based on energy need High content of starch, particularly rich in soluble fibres Protein content lower than usual intake Increased mono and polyunsaturated fats.

Nutrition and insulin dependent diabetes in the young: general approaches

PINELLI, Leonardo;MAFFEIS, Claudio;
1989

Abstract

The so called diabetic diet, with a high intake of protein and fat, grown up in order to gain a better glycemic control, can be responsible for long term impairment of macro-angiopathic complication. For this reason many paediatric diabetologists, according to recent Dietary Allowances, recommend to diabetic children and adolescents a diet with the following characteristics: A variable total energy intake based on energy need High content of starch, particularly rich in soluble fibres Protein content lower than usual intake Increased mono and polyunsaturated fats.
children; type 1 diabetes; diet
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