Type 1 Diabetes-How to Manage Diabetes at School?

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asked Jul 27, 2020 in H&E by rosariawetzell (6,700 points)

What exactly is a "diabetic diet"? Diabetic Diabetes Freedom Review diets are not related to fad weight-loss diets. The word "diet" actually just refers to the food that a person eats each day. Everyone in the world who is eating is on a diet! It's kind of a surprising concept, actually. There is actually no such thing as a single "diabetic diet", because the diet that a person with diabetes follows to help manage his or her blood sugar levels is based on the same nutrition principles that any healthy person, with or without diabetes, should follow for good health.

If you are diabetic, there are some things that you may want to change about your eating habits in order to help you maintain your blood sugar levels at a healthy level. Your dietitian can help you to plan your personalized diabetic diet plan, meaning that you will have a simple plan to follow to help you make food choices for each meal and snack throughout the day.

Someone with diabetes needs special care because it can no longer handle drastic changes in eating, especially when it comes to carbohydrates. Someone without diabetes may be able to skip breakfast and lunch, and then eat a huge dinner late at night, and this person's body will be able to compensate. If you are diabetic, this type of irregular eating can be hazardous because your body cannot handle the lack of and then inundation with food (shown in your blood sugar level).


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