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diabetes diet.. help please?

I need to go on a diabetes diet..
Is there certin food that i should be eatting more or less?
And is there a site that tells certin plan that i need to follow??

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One Response to “diabetes diet.. help please?”

  1. Gort says:

    Diet Guidelines
    http://www.diabetes911.net/readit/chapter10.shtml

    Blood Sugar Management
    http://www.dlife.com/dLife/do/ShowContent/blood_sugar_management/

    Wal-Mart Testing Supplies
    http://www.walmart.com/catalog/product.do?product_id=3555238

    One diabetic strategy is to consume very small low-carbohydrate portions about every hour. Calculate approximate daily calorie consumption for weight loss objectives.
    http://health.howstuffworks.com/question693.htm

    Wal-Mart sells a 16-ounce bag of World Kitchens beef jerky for around $8.50 . . cut up and weigh 1-ounce portions. Jennie-O turkey franks (cut up and boil to reduce fat and sodium). String cheese sticks. 1-ounce portions of peanuts. Sam’s caffeine-free diet cola has zero carbs, calories, and sodium. Blend sugar-free pudding powder with water and low-carb (4 grams) vanilla yogurt instead of milk for 1/2 cup servings. For a sugar-free slushie, blend around 1-1/4 cup A&W diet root beer, 1/2 cup vanilla pudding, and 6 ice cubes. Prepare 1/2 cup portions of sugar-free jello in 1-cup containers, and top with a 1/4 inch layer of vanilla pudding when served. Chocolate pudding makes good fudge pops.
    http://www.amazon.com/o/ASIN/B000G32H3Y/ref=s9_asin_title_1/103-4336911-8289446
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    Wal-Mart sells round screw-together containers in the craft bead section which are suitable for take-along beef jerky and peanut 1-ounce portions. The large size measures approximately 2.50” inside diameter by .75” deep, and costs around $2.00 per assembly of 4 containers.
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    Might also consider taking a daily multi-vitamin, and a 81mg aspirin (if not adverse).

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