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What can i have as a good snacks in diabetes?

what are some good snacks i could keep around the house for someone with diabetes? I tried to keep everything sugar-free....but the guy im dating actually NEEDED sugar, and i had nothing in the house! what are some good quick things i can keep in the cupboard for him?? he checks his blood sugar regularly, he always had his little monitor pack and insulin with him. but he didnt have his glucose tablets with him. He eats healthier that anyone ive ever met before... I just want something around the house that can give him a boost so he doesnt walk out of the house queazy and dizzy when he has a low blood sugar level. i dont know what to offer other than a piece of hard candy
Asked On : Fri, 18 Dec 2009
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There are NO foods which must be completely excluded from diabetic diet. It is also NOT necessary to avoid sugar competely. It IS necessary to follow the advice of your medical team and follow a diet that achieves a healthy weight. It IS important to monitor your blood sugar levels and keep them under tight control.  Make sure to follow these guidelines of Low Fat, Low Sugar, Low Salt, Plenty of Fruit and Vegetables, Plenty of Complex Carbohydrates (wholemeal bread, potatoes, grains, beans, peas, and other starchy foods)

Answered: Fri, 18 Dec 2009
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