Answers to all those pesky diabetes questions you have.
Trying to lower blood sugar levels can be very frustrating when you experience symptoms of hypoglycemia (low blood sugar).
Fiber is the indigestible part of carbohydrate, often referred to as dietary fiber.
Sugar alcohols, also known as polyols, have a similar but slightly different molecular structure to sugar, which results in them being only partially absorbed in your small intestine.
Swerve is a sugar-free sweetener that contains erythritol, oligosaccharides, and natural flavors.
Coconut flour contains much less carbohydrate than white flour and whole wheat flour. One tablespoon of coconut flour contains 4 grams of carbohydrate, 2.5 of which come from fiber.
Potassium blood levels must be maintained within a very narrow range. Too little potassium or too much potassium can both cause problems.
Weight Watchers is a weight loss method based on changing eating habits, watching portion sizes of high-calorie foods, and providing peer support.
In prediabetes, your blood sugar is higher than someone with normal blood sugar levels but not high enough to be classified as diabetes.
Neuropathy is damage to nerves that may result from several causes, including elevated blood sugar levels.
Insulin is often used in hospital and nursing home settings, in accordance with American Diabetes Association guidelines stating that it as the preferred method for achieving and maintaining blood sugar control during hospitalization.
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