Diabetes Dinner

 

A healthful, balanced, delicious, and quick dinner will help you feel energized through the evening without reaching for candy or ice cream. You’ll sleep better and wake up in the morning with a lower blood sugar level – two benefits that help you start off the next day feeling great. Here’s how to make dinner work for you:

1. Keep a plate of low-carbohydrate raw veggies like red or green...

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