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Recipe Round-up: What would a doctor eat, if they had diabetes?

by IBD Medical on January 02, 2024

 

Selecting suitable snacks for individuals managing diabetes poses a multifaceted challenge. The primary concern revolves around maintaining stable blood sugar levels while satisfying cravings. Many ostensibly healthy snacks may harbor hidden sugars or refined carbohydrates, complicating glycemic control. Portion control becomes crucial, as even nutritious snacks can contribute to overconsumption. Additionally, the convenience factor often leads to the temptation of processed snacks that are high in additives. Striking a balance between taste, convenience, and nutritional value is vital. Education about ingredient reading and fostering awareness about suitable alternatives are crucial aspects in navigating the complex landscape of healthy snacking for those with diabetes.
Curious about what late night snack might be suitable for somebody living with diabetes? Check out this informational video which outlines example macros which could help not elevate blood sugar levels. What midnight snack ideas are your go to? 
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Recipe Round-up: What would a doctor eat, if they had diabetes?
1 comment
by Karen Mazeika on February 19, 2024

Very interesting about cleaning teeth between meals.. I found that doing this you achieve not wanting to eat between meals. It is the 1st time that I have heard of this and it works. Also I think that it is necessary to have two full glasses of water before each meal, and this helps with weight loss. I used this method and was able to lose 26kgs over a 6 month period.

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