The Basics of Snacking with Diabetes

To many people, a snack is a handful of chips or a few cookies. Unfortunately, snacks like these simply add unwanted calories, sugars, and fats. Nutrition experts look to snacks as a way of fitting in missing food groups and nutrients. Snacks also help to add structure to an eating plan, and this may be especially helpful for people with diabetes and/or those trying to lose weight. The structure o...

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