A healthy diet for diabetics is really the same as a healthy diet for anyone, though the consequences of not paying attention are greater.
- How much pasta are you eating?
- How much pasta are you really eating?
- The bariathlete
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Magnesium-rich foods (spinach, almonds, broccoli, lentils, tofu, pumpkin seeds, sunflower seeds)
Foods rich in omega-3s (flaxseed, walnuts, salmon, tuna, sardines)
Whole grains (quinoa, brown rice, wild rice, amaranth)
Whole fruit (in servings the size of a tennis ball)
Nonfat or low-fat Greek yogurt
Stick margarine, butter, shortening or lard
Refined grains (white bread, white rice, white flour)
Sugary drinks (soda, fruit juices, sweetened ice teas, sports drinks)
High-fat meats (sausage, bacon, hot dog, scrapple)