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“Diabetes is passed that way -- over and down, like a knight in chess.” Maile Meloy

Published on 8/10/2017
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Diet Myth: If You Take Your Diabetes Medications, You Can Eat Whatever You Want

Diabetes Diet Fact:  Following a healthy diet and exercising regularly are just as important as taking your medications daily and monitoring your blood glucose.  Carbohydrate foods are broken down into glucose.  If you overeat carbohydrates, even when you are on medications, your blood glucose levels may rise over the recommended target levels.  And because your risk of heart disease is higher when you have diabetes, following a low-fat, low-sodium diabetes eating plan is doubly important — you will achieve better blood sugar management and improved cholesterol levels and blood pressure.


Diabetes Diet Fact:  You still need to monitor the portions of meat in your diet, even though meats, poultry, and seafood are low in carbohydrates.  Not only can eating unlimited amounts of meat lead to weight gain, but animal proteins contain saturated fats, which contribute to bad (LDL) cholesterol levels. Non-meat sources of protein, such as cheese and peanut butter, also contain fat.

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