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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.

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When you are diagnosed with type 2 diabetes, and especially when you go on a low-carbohydrate diet, choosing a breakfast that won’t make your blood glucose levels go high is difficult at first.   That’s because most typical American breakfasts are loaded with carbs with very little protein and fat to slow the digestion down. Think…

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David Mendosa, Health Guide, commented on The New Diabetes Breakfast Actually, I have reverted to drinking almond milk. Not because of any concern about hemp milk…

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HealthGal, Health Guide, posted Home-cooking Can Lower Your Risk for…   Get your chef's cap on! Do you eat out a lot?  Are most of…

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Tracy Davenport, Ph.D., Health Guide, posted The Five Best Cereals for Blood Sugar Breakfast cereals are notoriously high in sugar. However, if you read the labels…

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Gretchen Becker, Health Guide, commented on Low-Carb Diets and Type 2 Diabetes I'm so happy this is working for you.

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