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    What is with Chinese food that always spikes my BS?

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    I don't know because it lowers mine. I guess it depends on what you order. I get chicken chow mein.

  3. bayridgevet

    Lots of sugar in Chinese food, I usually do some extra exercise and I did test about three hours after to check

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Diabetes What to Know had the privilege of speaking with Hope Warshaw, RD, CDE and Author of many books including "Eat Out, Eat Well". She answered questions about eating out at restaurants for people with diabetes.

Eating Out With Diabetes: 7 Tips For Chinese Restaurants

We asked a dietitian what to order to keep blood sugar levels steady and carbs in check. Fried rice, lo mein, sweet and sour chicken, wonton soup: These beloved dishes at Chinese restaurants (at least those in America) are totally delicious, but they all scream “carb bomb,” which is far from good news for anyone diagnosed with diabetes. But you can still eat well at Chinese restaurants if you have diabetes or are watching your carb or sugar intake, and not just by eating only steamed versions of everything. New York City-based nutritionist Sharon Richter, RD, reveals her favorite tips for making healthy choices at Chinese restaurants so you can enjoy these dishes while keeping blood sugar levels steady. Avoid sweet or fried dishes. Many dishes at Chinese restaurants come with fried meats covered in a sweet sauce. This is a double-whammy of saturated fat (from frying) and sugar (from the sauce), equaling one dish that’s very high in calories, low in nutrients, and a nightmare for blood sugar levels. Use chopsticks. If they’re awkward for you to use, that’s actually a good thing, says Richter. Here’s why: Chopsticks can help you eat more slowly than you would with a fork, Continue reading >>

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  1. allen405

    Chinese food

    What is with Chinese food that always spikes my BS?

  2. Jan8

    I don't know because it lowers mine. I guess it depends on what you order. I get chicken chow mein.

  3. bayridgevet

    Lots of sugar in Chinese food, I usually do some extra exercise and I did test about three hours after to check

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Sue Cotey, registered nurse and certified diabetes educator, provides basic tips for dining out for people living with type 2 diabetes and discusses how a diabetes educator can help people with type 2 diabetes maintain a diabetes-friendly lifestyle. Learn more at http://www.MerckDiabetes.com.

Tips For Dining Out With Diabetes

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  1. allen405

    Chinese food

    What is with Chinese food that always spikes my BS?

  2. Jan8

    I don't know because it lowers mine. I guess it depends on what you order. I get chicken chow mein.

  3. bayridgevet

    Lots of sugar in Chinese food, I usually do some extra exercise and I did test about three hours after to check

  4. -> Continue reading
read more

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