Try cutting unwanted calories and carbohydrates out of your diet by swapping full sugar drinks like soda and juice for more diabetes-friendly options. Diet soda, fruity seltzers, and sugar-free powdered drink mixes are just a few fizzy and flavorful choices available at your grocery story. It's an easy way to make a huge difference in your blood sugar control.
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Chapter 7– Feed Me! The would-be, could-be memoirs of a boy growing up with type 1 diabetes. You heard the woman! Feed me! How soon we seem to forget what was said at our last endocrinology visit. You can’t pretend you didn’t hear what the pump expert and the nurse practitioner said when you asked about eating when I’m high. “Feed him!” they said. “He’s a growing boy,” they said. “He’s very active.” ...