Eating well can not only help lower your blood sugar, but the benefits may also extend into warding off heart disease and lowering cholesterol levels. When you have diabetes, it is important to think ahead and plan out your meals.
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…