The current mode of thinking regarding diabetes diet is that diabetics can eat anything. That’s right, nothing is forbidden if the diet is healthy and well-managed to keep diabetes under control as well as possible.
The second edition of a new book has been published in America by the American Diabetes Association to dispel some of the myths about diabetes diet . The book, entitled ’16 myths of a diabetic diet’ deflates common misconceptions about eating and diabetes.
These include the fact that diabetics have to eat diabetic food, and follow a specific diabetic diet. Furthermore, the book discusses weight gain, and dispels myths surrounding obesity . For instance – diabetics do not need to lose lots of weight to control sugar, and diabetics do not necessarily need to avoid starchy foods.
The book is comprehensive and easy-to-read, with lots of information about nutrition and diet for diabetics hungry to know the truth about what they can eat.

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