The key to managingdiabetes is keeping your blood sugar levels consistent throughout the day. In this video, Registered Dietician Sharon Richter explains diabetes nutrition. There are many ways to incorporate healthy choices into your diet on a daily basis to help control yourdiabetes. Watch this video to learn about all the food groups important in a diabetic's diet.
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