Food for a Day

Dunbar, Stephanie
October 2014
Diabetes Forecast;Oct2014, Vol. 67 Issue 10, p58
The article offers a meal plan containing 1,600 calories spread across three meals and two snacks. The topics discussed include impact of carbohydrates on blood glucose level, limits on the daily intake of sodium, and sources of omega 3 fatty acids including fish. Also discussed are tips for choosing whole grain cereals.


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