A healthy well-balanced diet is an essential part of glucose control for people who have diabetes. However, having diabetes does not mean that you have to eat special foods or feel deprived. But you do need to plan ahead and be more thoughtful when it comes to what and when you eat.
Carbohydrates serve as the main energy source for the body. During digestion they are broken down into blood sugar and so too many or too few carbohydrates can cause your blood glucose levels to spike or drop. It is...Read more
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