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Toas40838

735d

what foods can I eat that won't hurt me as a diabetic

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    • Lolabear

      727d

      My nutritionist recommends, rather than cutting out ALL sugary processed foods, eat in moderation and compensate for it. If you have a can of soda, eat something low-carb for the next meal, and make sure you have sugar rarely. I also like to get a nicer treat when I buy something sugary, to incentivize me to savor it and not just scarf it down. Rather than a cheap Hershey bar, for example, a nice imported chocolate bar with hazelnuts.

    • Lolabear

      727d

      My nutritionist recommends, rather than cutting out ALL sugary processed foods, eat in moderation and compensate for it. If you have a can of soda, eat something low-carb for the next meal, and make sure you have sugar rarely. I also like to get a nicer treat when I buy something sugary, to incentivize me to savor it and not just scarf it down. Rather than a cheap Hershey bar, for example, a nice imported chocolate bar with hazelnuts.

    • Tobydottir

      732d

      I avoid processed foods as they often have lots of sugars. High-fiber foods slow down sugar metabolism plus keep hunger at bay.

    • Toas40838

      735d

      Ty

    • Alishia

      735d

      Meats, veggies, cheese, some fruits, fish! Pastas and breads are carbs. Your body can turn those into sugars.. so be careful with those foods. Hope that helps!

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