For Type 2 diabetics, I'd recommend the Eat to Live team. Dr. Furhman wrote the Eat to Live book and he has one for diabetics. I recently joined the team to lower my cholesterol and triglycerides. Good luck!
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The diabetic diet is not a good one since they have you eat allot of grains, now they are saying that diabetics should eat more veggies instead of grains since it raises the sugars faster(grains) than vegetables do. With vegetables the sugars don't do the spike like it does with grains. I know I watched my husband try to control his sugar when he was following what they recommend. So try doing that and seeing how it goes. You can still have fruits but watch the canned ones. When they are in the natural state without peeling the good stuff off I think that it helps keep the sugar better. Also cinnamon helps with sugar in your body too.
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