A healthy diet will keep your diabetes under control. What you eat affects your glucose levels. Try cutting fat and sodium, add more fiber, and closely watch your carb intake.
When I was diagnosed with type 2 diabetes in 1996, low-carb diets were considered fringe diets. The writings of Dr Richard Bernstein, a supporter of low-carb diets for people with diabetes, were like words shouted into the wilderness. Other physicians didn’t hear them. However patients did, and did well. When I told my endo I was on a…