How Much Protein Should You Eat With Diabetes?

Protein should make up between 10% and 35% of your daily calories, if your kidneys are in good shape. This is the same

quantity advised for a diet that is non-diabetic and balanced. Carbohydrates should make up 45–65% of your total calorie

consumption, with fat accounting for the remaining calories. According to some medical professionals, applying the 

conventional calculation of 0.8 grams of protein per kilogram of body weight per day is more correct.

To convert your weight in pounds, divide it by 2.2. To provide an example, 150 pounds is

equal to 68 kilos. That multiplied by 0.8 yields a 54-gram protein target.

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