What I Need to Know About Eating and Diabetes
Publication Year: 2007
Type: Federal resource, Online publication
This publication reviews diabetes nutrition basics, including what, when, and how much a person with diabetes should eat. It discusses healthier ways to buy, cook, and eat foods to achieve good blood glucose control.
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