[:ID]HINDARI KONSUMSI KARBOHIDRAT OLAHAN [:en]AVOID PROCESSED CARBOHYDRATE CONSUMPTION[:]

[:ID]Obesitas pada anak dapat dihindari salah satunya dengan mengurangi konsumsi karbohidrat olahan, demikian saran dokter spesialis anak dari RSCM, dr. Piprim Basarah Yanuarso, SpA(K).

“Terapi obesitas pada usia remaja punya tingkat keberhasilan 10-20 persen saja. Kalau enggak mau keto (diet rendah karbohidrat), kurangi konsumsi karbohidrat olahan. Jajanan yang ada di mini market, jika langsung dimakan, akan langsung meningkatkan kadar gula. Indeks glikemik akan langsung tinggi,” ujar Piprim di Jakarta, Sabtu (6/4).

Piprim mengatakan karbohidrat olahan seperti yang banyak ditemui di toko ritel justru memicu craving atau ingin mengosumsi suatu terus menerus dan tidak mengenyangkan.”Berbeda dengan makanan alami yang langsung diciptakan Allah, misalnya telur, daging, ikan dan bahan pangan lain berikut lemaknya itu mengenyangkan,” katanya.

Ketika seseorang mengonsumsi karbohidrat olahan pabrik, lanjut Piprim, orang itu mampu menghabiskan makanan itu dalam jumlah banyak seorang diri. “Itu namanya sugar craving. Siklusnya, insulin naik dulu, sedangkan gulanya turun. Begitu gula turun, dia lapar lagi dan mengambil (makanan) lagi,” ujar Piprim.

Para ahli kesehatan menyarankan semua orang mengonsumsi sayuran dan buah meskipun tidak semua buah aman dikonsumsi bagi penderita diabetes, salah satunya pisang.

Piprim mengatakan kadar gula dalam pisang tinggi sehingga justru berbahaya dikonsumsi berlebihan, apalagi jika Anda penderita diabetes.

Satu potong pisang besar bisa mengandung 17 gram atau 4,25 sendok teh gula. Sementara, satu cangkir buah anggur mengandung 15 gram atau 3,75 gram sendok teh gula.

“Buah mesti dicari yang nutrisi tinggi tapi enggak langsung diubah oleh tubuh menjadi gula. Misalnya alpukat, stroberi, atau buah lain keluarga berry, bengkuang, timun dan buah berserat tinggi,” kata Piprim.

Sumber: republika.co.id[:en]Obesity in children can be avoided one of them by reducing the consumption of refined carbohydrates, according to the advice of pediatricians from RSCM, dr. Piprim Basarah Yanuarso, SpA (K).

“Obesity therapy in adolescence has a success rate of 10-20 percent. If you don’t want keto (low carbohydrate diet), reduce the consumption of refined carbohydrates. Snacks in the mini market, if eaten immediately, will immediately increase sugar levels. “The glycemic index will be immediately high,” Piprim said in Jakarta, Saturday (6/4).

Piprim said that processed carbohydrates, such as those found in retail stores, actually trigger craving or want to consume continuously and won’t make you feel full, he said.

When someone consumes factory-processed carbohydrates, continued Piprim, that person is able to spend that amount of food alone. “It’s called sugar craving. The cycle, insulin rises first, while the sugar drops. Once the sugar drops, he is hungry again and takes (food) again, “Piprim said.

Health experts recommend that everyone eat vegetables and fruit, although not all fruits are safe for diabetics, one of them is banana.

Piprim says the sugar levels in bananas are high so it is dangerous to consume too much, especially if you are diabetic.

One large banana can contain 17 grams or 4.25 teaspoons of sugar. Meanwhile, one cup of grapes contains 15 grams or 3.75 grams of tea.

“Fruit must be sought for with high nutrition but not directly changed by the body to sugar. For example, avocados, strawberries, or other berries, yam, cucumber and high-fiber fruits, “Piprim said.

Source: republika.co.id[:]

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