Ishi Khosla

May 2013
Prevention India;May2013, p2
The article offers dieting rules for diabetic persons to follow when at a restaurant or a party. Diabetic persons are advised to not to go hungry and to stick to meal timings. They are urged to look for healthier cuisines including Mediterranean, Thai and Chinese, to watch their portions, and to not waste calories on drinks.


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