we all know it is very difficult to give up sodas but diet tonic water with lime or lemon juice (fresh is better but bottle juice will do) does actually taste great (better than water out of the tap) and still gives you the fizz. plain seltzer water with juice is also great and less sodium. :)
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Flavoured water may contain carbohydrates..check labels
Filtered Water, Diet tonic water, Unflavoured mineral or soda water, tea or coffee, Diet Cranberry Juice, diet cocoa. Drink plenty of sugar-free drinks if blood glucose levels are high. Water is the best thirst quencher..diabetics need to stay hydrated.
this works for me...i like regular water from the tap(we have a pur filter and it makes a huge difference). i fill up four 16.9 oz plastic bottles and put them on the side of the frig. as i use one i take another bottle out. they are convenient and i stay consistent with the water intake.
if regular water isn't an option try seltzer or tonic or lemon water with some splenda.
Drink water, tonic water with lemon or lime slices, 6 ounces of skim milk, OceanSpray diet cranberry juice mixed with 1/2 water, sugar-free soft drinks, and tea that's unsweetened. Embrace fruits and veggies especially greens, spinach, kale, green beans and broccoli, cucmbers, onions red and white, celery, apple slices. Avoid sugar and salt.
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