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Should Diabetics Drink Coffee? by Gabe Mirkin, M.D.
An extensive survey reported in JAMA (July 6, 2005) showed that drinking coffee reduces risk for developing type II diabetes. However, two recent studies suggest that once you have diabetes, drinking coffee may be unwise.Canadian researchers writing in Diabetes Care (March 2005) showed that caffeine significantly reduced insulin sensitivity.

Diabetes by Azuc Sangi
Meal planning includes choosing healthy foods, eating the right amount of food, and eating meals at the right time. The American Diabetes Association and the American Dietetic Association developed 6 food exchange lists for the purpose of meal planning for people with diabetes as part of a diabetes diet. The 6 lists for a diabetes diet are: starch or bread, meat and substitutes, vegetables, fruits, milk or dairy, and fat.

Diabetic Diet Plan – 6 Effective Tips For Preparing A Meal Plan by Dean Shainin
A diabetic diet plan plays an important role in treatment. The majority of people affected with diabetes are overweight or obese.In fact, your risk of getting the disease increases the more weight you put on.

The Importance Of Following And Maintaining A Diabetic Diet by Dean Erickson
A diabetic diet is a specially designed eating plan that is high in carbohydrates and low in fat. People with diabetes don't need to go out and purchase special foods to maintain a diabetic diet, they can eat the same foods as the whole family. A healthy diet based on the diabetes food pyramid is beneficial to diabetics and non-diabetics alike.

The Pitfalls of Eating Junk Food by Wayne Mcgregor
We live in an addiction-prone society, but of all the addictions out there, one of the most deadly is one that is most often overlooked: junk food. The term “junk food” refers to any food that is high in calories, fat, salt, and sugar without bringing any nutritional value to the table. Unfortunately, this food is usually convenient, tasty, and extremely addictive.

Other Beneficial Foods for Diabetic Patients by Dr John Anne
1. Almond: The use of almond, after its oil has been extracted, is considered beneficial in the treatment of diabetes. It does not contain any starch.

Foods that Control Diabetes by Dr John Anne
In 1550 BC, the famous Ebers Papyrus advised treating diabetes with high fiber wheat grains. Not much has changed since then. Plant foods are the drug of choice for treating diabetes.

A Dietary Overhaul for Diabetics by Mike Herman
Nutrition plays a big role in the in all of our lives, especially if your a diabetic. When a person is diagnosed with diabetes, they have to often need to overhaul many of the basic activities in their life.When a person is diagnosed with diabetes, they have to at many of the basic activities in their life.

Using Diabetic Exchanges with Whole Foods by Laura Wheeler
This article is just meant to give some background for people who may wish to use more whole foods in controlling diabetes, or who want to use counting carbs to control weight. If you have problems with blood sugar control, see a doctor.According to the ADA, carbs are carbs.

Diabetes - Living in Health by Charles Cruz
Many people are already starting to catch up with the knowledge that your energy is directly proportional to what you put into your body (A.K.A.

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