Feline diabetes caused by steroids

Not all carbohydrates are created equal, but it is safe to say that obligate carnivores – especially diabetic ones – do not benefit from carbs at a level above what would be in their natural diet regardless of the type.  But that said, carbohydrates are characterized by their Glycemic Index (GI) and their  Glycemic Load (GL) which are measurements that reflect how high and how rapidly a specific carb causes a rise in blood glucose when ingested and the overall impact that particular carb has on the diabetic state.  The higher the GI/GL of a carbohydrate, the worse the result will be for a diabetic patient although GI/GL of various ingredients has not been studied in cats like it has been in humans.

Feline diabetes caused by steroids

feline diabetes caused by steroids

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