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fruit tea's and snack-a-jacks

Discussion in 'Food, Nutrition and Recipes' started by Shellx, Jan 30, 2015.

  1. Shellx

    Shellx Gestational · Member

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    Are these 'ok' to eat with gestational diabetes? I'm wondering if they effect anyone's sugar levels.

    I love fruit tea but the natural sugars in fruit send my readings high, would it be the same for teas? (excuse me if it's a silly Q)

    Another thing is snack a jacks are currently on offer, this is the only time I really buy them for myself and I always buy the salt and vinegar or caramel flavour ones. Again, are these ok with anyone else?

    Thought I'd ask before stocking up!
  2. catherinecherub

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  3. rowan

    rowan Type 2 · Well-Known Member

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    My favourite teas are green tea with lemon, and chai with just a splash of milk which really tastes far too good to be healthy but it is :D
    Never tried snack a jacks but would love to find a packet of something with low carbs?
  4. bopeep12300

    bopeep12300 Type 2 · Active Member

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    I can't eat snack a jacks although I used to love them in my per diabetes days. I find a while after eating them (more so at night), that I get extremely dry mouth & throat. More than usual thirst, it's hard to explain. But only happens when I eat those. Don't know if it's due to the rice they contain. But you can only try & see. Everyone is different.
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