published in the American Journal of Preventive Medicine shows that keeping a food diary may double your weight loss efforts.
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Eating Well with Type 2 Diabetes
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It has been13 years since this article was written. Some great points but a few that could be updated. Time for a review perhaps.
I could be a third generation diabetic. "could"...not gonna happen
I don't eat this many carbs for years now. If I did, my bs would climb.
Good article..with a few things that should be changed, like not putting beans and legumes also in with protein sources. I would add that not all medical professionals are up-to-date on information on diabetes so I believe one should shop around for one that is. I have found that sticking to real, whole foods have been the best bet for me. Little to no processed foods and concentrate on eating moderate amounts of meat and fruit, then all the vegetables I want (including healthy fats like olive oil). It is great..I feel much better and lose weight. When I slip, I just remind myself that I'm human and get back on track!
Very helpful article.
enjoyed reading this info -Thank yu!
Very interesting article
Thanks for sahring.
Good to know.
Good info but somewhat outdated. I would like to see a "reviewed on date" on articles this old so I can determine if they are still correct. In the world of food, it changes all the time.
Thank you for sharing. Good information.
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