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Can Diabetics Eat White Rice?

Yes they can eat white rice. But it is recommended to eat brown rice because of various health benefits associated with it. As per Research, Substitution of whole grains, including brown rice, for white rice may lower risk of type 2 diabetes. There is a strong data support the recommendation that most carbohydrate intake should come from whole grains rather than refined grains to facilitate the prevention of type 2 diabetes. Disclaimer: I am the co-founder of DeeveHealth. DeeveHealth is a mobile platform to prevent Type 2 diabetes. Based on the scientific behavior of human and science of prevention using data points. For more information check out our web-site Continue reading >>

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  1. RightWingWacko58

    I just returned from a trip to Canada. Across from my hotel was a Shoppers Drug Mart so I went inside. I had been told that insulin was a lot cheaper in Canada and is available without a prescription.
    To make a long story short: 5 Pens of Lantis $113 Canadian 5 Pens of Humalog $65 Canadian.
    For those of us currently lacking insurance Both these retail for about $476 US each at local pharmacies here in Washington. $178 Canadian works out to about $124 US.
    I should have purchased several boxes, but I was worried about getting it back home. There was no issue at the border when returning home, but I suppose there might have been had I purchased several boxes.
    It will be nice to get back to using Modern Insulin again! Paid for the entire trip with the insulin savings... and then some.
    Fortunately for me, It's a fairly close drive, so I am seeing more trips to our northern neighbors while I work out my Insurance issues.

  2. SisterCole

    You can get bottles of humalog from Walmart here in Canada for 38.00 without a script necessary - its the only way I've been able to afford my insulin as I have no insurance (i'm canadian).

  3. QuietLotus

    Holy cow. As an American who has paid almost $300 for a vial in the past, I suddenly feel like there's something very wrong with my reality.

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