The Art of Indulging

Neithercott, Tracey
November 2013
Diabetes Forecast;Nov2013, Vol. 66 Issue 11, p80
The article offers tips on a diabetes-friendly meal plan which does not deprive diabetics' sweet cravings, shared by Elisabetta Politi, nutrition director at Diet and Fitness Cenetr of Duke University in Durham, North Carolina. It suggests satisfying sweet cravings with small sweets or dark chocolate, avoiding eating treats on an empty-stomach, and exercising to control the blood glucose levels.


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