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Air fryer chicken breast poster

Diabetes control is a balancing act. It is a daily task of combining the right foods so that a normal blood sugar reading occurs. In a previous article, we saw that eating low-carb is a great option for diabetics. For this reason, air fryer chicken breast is worth trying for diabetes control. Before we proceed
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Zobo Drink Recipe

Zobo drink, also known as a sorrel drink (Jamaica and other Caribbean places) is refreshing and highly nutritious.  It is delicious with ginger, which adds more nutrients and minerals per glass. If you haven’t done so as yet, please read this article to learn about the health benefits of the Zobo drink.  Having done that,
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Junk Food and Diabetes

In order to tackle the Corona Virus, Mexico banned junk food for children.  This virus is bad news for diabetics.  Should diabetics eat junk food?  Let us take a look at the two, junk food and diabetes. This article will focus on junk food and diabetes so that we can conclude if diabetics should be
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What is a Normal A1c?

Blood sugar is measured using Hemoglobin A1c. This measurement gives us the average of our blood sugar over a 2 to 3 months period.  An extremely high figure could indicate the possibility of complications with our: Kidney (nephropathy) Nerve (neuropathy) Eye (retinopathy) When we lower our blood glucose level, we are providing better protection for our
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Diabetes Sample Meal Plans

A reader e-mailed me and asked me for some sample meal plans.  This request was a timely one since the previous article ended with a call to plan our meals. Diabetes Meal Planning A diabetic meal plan answers a few questions; What do I eat?  When do I eat?  How much do I eat?  The
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5 Things to Control Diabetes

There are a few, simple things we should do every morning to ensure that we lower high blood sugar in the morning, and also prevent horrible spikes during the day. The above is important because when diabetes is left untreated then the outcome can be catastrophic.  Kidney issues, heart diseases, stroke, vision problems, and loss
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