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Foods That Help And Hurt When Managing Your Diabetes

Diabetes is an insulin based condition that can often result in high blood sugar levels for those who have it. There are many things you can do to avoid diabetes if you do not already have it. The following article will provide you with tips to stay diabetes free.

If you have type II Diabetes then it’s time to say goodbye to fried foods. The breading on most fried food is full of carbohydrates, typically has sugar added to it, and soaks up unhealthy oils. You really don’t want to be ingesting any of these unhealthy things.

Exercise is a key lifestyle habit for a diabetic person. You need to get moving as much as possible to help keep your weight at a reasonable level and your organs in tip-top shape. Try to go for a long walk after dinner or take the stairs at work instead of the elevator.

If you have Diabetes then alcohol is not your friend. Alcoholic drinks are full of sugar and that will not help your blood sugar levels. A glass of wine has more sugar than hard liquor and beer will has less sugar than wine but more than liquor.

If you have diabetes and also happen to have a sweet tooth then do not despair. Many of the candies and treats that you enjoy so much have sugar free alternatives on the market. This way you can satisfy your cravings without sacrificing or putting your health at great risk.

With tips like the above, you can take control of your life and make sure diabetes isn’t the sole determining factor in what you do, how you feel and the choices you make. While you should definitely keep it in mind, that doesn’t mean it has to prey on your peace of mind. Even with diabetes, you can live a full, fun and happy life.

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