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How has your diabetes changed your family's eating habits?
Drastically. We've all incorporated healthy lifestyle changes now.
Not at all. I eat diabetes-friendly recipes, but my family's habits are unchanged.
My family's eating habits are mostly unchanged, but they have begun to try healthier options.
My family has actually made some changes. I'm the one not there yet!
My diet hasn't changed and neither has my family's.

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by Brenda Bell
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