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Q: what food should you eat having diabetes

what food should you eat having diabetes

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Laura, Community Member
5/21/08 5:26pm

We have some great resources on our site to help you find the proper diet for your diabetes. 

 

You can find diet recommendations from the ADA, posts from our expert patients on low-carb diets, and diabetes-friendly recipes from our partner site FoodFit.com on our diabetes diet page.

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gelen, Community Member
12/30/09 7:16pm

what kind of food should you eat while you having diabetes.

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Edward, Community Member
10/28/08 3:00pm

My endocrinologist, a diabetes researcher, put it simply: avoid anything white. That means potatoes, rice, flour, all the heavy starches and, of course, sugar. Starches are bad for you because they eventually turn into sugar in your body. And they stay in your body for a long time, therefore raising your blood sugar for long periods. Diets low in these products will make managing your blood sugar far easier. What's left? Vegetables, meat and dairy products. Keep the vegetables raw when possible and the meat lean and you've got it made. Not so hard, really. Another tip: Never drink your calories.

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