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Nutrition – Diet and Exercise in Diabetes

Lifestyle Changes, Obesity & Diabetes  FIBER: Food items with high fibre such as beans, whole grains, fruit with peel and green leafy vegetables (broccoli, carrots and leafy greens are recommended.  Look for food with 2.5 or more grams of fibre per serving (fruits, vegetables, and whole grains). Fibre slows down absorption and helps stabilize blood

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Diabetes Care – Basic Information

Care of Patients with Type 2 Diabetes                                Diabetes (a disease-causing high blood sugar) is a chronic, lifelong condition that can lead to various serious complications. These complications include heart attacks, strokes, kidney failure, leg amputation, impotence, and blindness. Reasonable control of blood glucose (BG) can help prevent these complications.   Type 2 diabetes occurs in people

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