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Take this quiz to find out how to cut your risk of developing type 2 diabetes. Medical Reviewers: Dozier, Tennille, RN, BSN, RDMS Hurd, Robert, MD Continue reading >>

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  1. thefnshow

    i'm going to see alien vs pedator requiem with some friends and was wondering if movie popcorn is ok. if it is does it have to be plain or can i put a little butter on it ?

  2. xMenace

    That's difficult to say not knowing anything about you or your meds. Popcorn and I get along very well. The butter can actually slow down the carbs and spread them out longer. I will go high several hours after eating a large bowl. Can you skip your dinner and have these instead? Do you count carbs?

  3. thefnshow

    i try to watch my carb intake...we'll probably go to a matinee(?) so i'd wouldn't be eating breakfast..i love having popcorn when i'm at the movies

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