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Type 2 Diabetes Food List Recommended And Forbidden Foods

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Foods Not To Eat With Type 2 Diabetes

For many, diabetes cannot be controlled through diet alone, but making wise food choices is beneficial for all people with diabetes. There are no foods that are absolutely prohibited when you have diabetes, but certain food types make controlling blood sugar extremely difficult and also contribute to poor overall health. If you have diabetes, avoiding sugary foods and foods with unhealthy fats, for instance, can enhance your wellness and minimize the necessity of medical intervention to manage your diabetes. Video of the Day Foods and Drinks High in Sugar Natural sugars are present in many healthy whole foods. You can eat sugar in moderation, even if you have diabetes. But sugar is a carbohydrate, and like all carbohydrates, it will affect blood glucose levels. When you do consume a food high in sugar, let it take the place of another carbohydrate you would have otherwise consumed. For example, if you plan to having a cookie after your meal, don't eat the baked potato that came with the meal. In general, it's advisable to avoid regular consumption of sugar-rich foods like cake, cookies and candies. Also, be aware of the sugar found in beverages, including sodas, fruit drinks and hi Continue reading >>

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  1. Nichole07

    Dry skin

    Hi I was just wondering what's a good lotion my skin is always super dry no matter what I use dose any one have any suggestions I would really be grateful for any info . Thank you and God bless

  2. mystikfairy61

    Eucerin is really good and they are noted for their safety and purity and have not changed their formula for over 25 years. There are also lotions that are specifically for diabetics. The following site has 10 solutions for diabetic dry skin.
    http://www.painbreak.com/stevens/stevens_crea...
    The site is for Stevens Creams but it also gives some good tips. The next site sells creams online specifically for diabetics.
    http://www.americandiabeteswholesale.com/cata...
    Hope this helps.

  3. MrsCDogg

    I can only tell you what I use. I have stopped using soap every day. I have a big bottle of cheap store brand lotion with a pump that I use instead of soap. I get in the shower get both me and the washcloth wet and then shower as I normally would but I use the lotion. I have found that it really helps the dry itchy skin issues that I have. Eucerin is a good lotion for after you get out of the shower too. I use good old Vaseline on my face and especially on my dry feet and legs.

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