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diabetes diet

Some foods are better than others.
Fill up on anti-inflammatory foods.
More fruits and vegetables and fewer sweetened beverages and saturated fats significantly decreased risk for type 2 diabetes
Three meals a day with snacks in between has long been the prescribed diet for healthy living — but for those battling type
People who boosted their coffee intake by "moderate to large" doses in a U.S.-based study had a lower risk for adult-onset
Madeline Vann, Everyday Health Living well with diabetes means managing the amount of sugar you consume. But while too much
When my blood sugar takes a dive like the 1919 Chicago White Sox, my reptilian brain takes over. I can feel my temperature rise, my guts start to shake, and I jump out of bed to take a reading to confirm just how low it is. Next, fix it. It's easy as pie (yummmm, pie). Get. Sugar. Now.