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Sustainable health changes happen when you shift the balance of what you eat and when

Diabetes diet

If you have diabetes, or you're taking care of someone who does, you're already aware that you have to reduce your sugar and carbohydrate consumption. But what are you supposed to put in their place? We're here to help so you don't feel deprived while you're maintaining your blood glucose, because restrictive diets and completely eliminating foods have been shown time and again to backfire. That's right, you don't have to give up anything! It's all about improving the ratio of how much food you eat that will help keep your diabetes in check, and relegating foods that can cause blood sugar spikes to smaller amounts and special occasions. Keep this handy guide saved on your phone or pinned to the fridge to take the guesswork out of making healthy choices on the fly. 

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