Sugary Drinks and Diabetes

 

Sugary sodas raise your blood sugar and provide extra calories with no nutritional benefit. That’s not healthy for anyone, but if you have diabetes, it’s vital to find other ways to quench your thirst.

What Should I Drink?

Water is the obvious choice. Jazz it up with lemon, lime, or orange wedges. You could also get a flavor-infusing water bottle or pitcher and experiment with cucumb...

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