Snack Attack

Neithercott, Tracey
May 2013
Diabetes Forecast;May2013, Vol. 66 Issue 5, p60
The article focuses on consumption of snacks by diabetics making efforts to defend against hypoglycemia. It states that consumption of snacks is necessary to balance blood glucose level in insulin dependent diabetics and offers some tips regarding pans for snack consumption. It suggests for considering insulin-to-carbohydrate ratio diet as per one's need and asks to include appropriate fruits and vegetables in snack diet. It also suggests for examining one's body for insulin reaction.


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