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Splenda Brown Sugar Blend Agrees With Diabetes
Yes and no: It is not as much what but how much you consume. Life style changes including diet and especially exercise are the key to this "pre condition". I cannot emphasize the exercise part too much. Talk over an exercise plan with your physician -"don't overdo it!. You can lick this and prevent a lot of trouble down the road. Good luck. ...Read more
OK but worthless: Neither will help you, unless you have too much $$ and are trying to waste some. Don't get your medical information from friends, tv or the internet. Use proven methods and therapies, like diet, exercise, weight loss and legitimate medication that really does something good for you. ...Read more
No: Can add to glycemic load.Get a more detailed answer ›
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Can serving a person with diabeties regular pepsi instead of diet at a resturant affect thier blood sugar?
Yes: You can, as long as it has no calories in it. ...Read more
Non diabetic ate 1/2 scooped out bagel with cream cheese and cafe con leche with sugar worked 2 hrs after ate sugar 127 ?
That is normal: 2 hour after eating blood sugar is normal when it is below 140, borderline 140-180 and possibly diabetic over 180. Fasting blood sugar is normal if less that 100, borderline 100-125, and diabetic over 125. Takes 2 or more high readings or one over 200 to diagnose diabetes. ...Read more
If diabetes under good control A1c 5.1 &don’t consume added sugar at all, how much natural sugar from fruit and vegetable you should consume every day?
All the vegetables.: I recommend as many green vegetables as a patient desires, but caution patients to limit fruit intake to 2-3 servings daily. This is especially important if the patient is overweight. If you are physically active, you may be able to handle a higher fruit intake. I always advise against fruit juice. Remember, "the fruit you eat is always better than the fruit you drink". ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
If i have hyperglycemia & HbA1c (type 2 diabetes) can I make desserts with canderel or other artificial sweetener
Diabetes: Yes, you can make desserts with those artificial sweeteners. The key thing with diabetes is to avoid overindulgence. You can negate the benefits of using such sweeteners if you eat too much of them. Make sure to keep your portion sizes down and pay back any excess via regular cardiovascular exercises, like walking, swimming, zumba etc., or what ever exercise you enjoy. ...Read more
Bought blue agave sweetener. Says it's low glycemic. Switched from splenda. Don't like stevia. Am I doing myself any favors? No diabetes, but hi risk.
Artificial sweeteners like splender aren't good so what type of sugar do u recommend truvia is good but it has erythritol and stevia extract nat flav?
Stevia is the best : Stevia is the best sweatener.Get a more detailed answer ›
I'm pre-diabetic, hence told to avoid "bad" carbs, sugar or anything with high glycemic load. So are bananas a bad idea? What about orange juice?
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