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 If you have type 2 diabetes, is it possible to then later get type 1?
I have diabetes so please let me know. Thanks a bunch. =)...


 My mother is a diabetic patient .can she eat grapes?
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 8 yr old with type 1 diabetes?
My 8 yr old son has just been been diagonised with diabetes type1.Am wondering how he will manage at school. Any experiences out there? What of life expectancy? My wife and I really feel for ...


 If you were Dx w/diabetes(490) & now you have it down to 118, is that good?
Does this mean I have it under control?
Will I always have diabetes, keeping it down low like this?
Additional Details
I was DX 3 weeks ago....


 Leg aches when I drive from m y hip to my foot only on my right side it gets so bad that at times I want?
Its an unbearable pain it dosen"t bother when I am walking only when sitting. The pain is also heavy behind my knee and almost makes my foot feel like it has gone to sleep.When I first get up ...


 Does anyone know anything about the knew way to cure juvenile diabetes?
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 Diabetes help?
im 15 and have had type 1 diabetes for 10 years, recently i have got into the habit of not testing my blood with the monitoring machine twice or more a day- at the moment i do it like 5 times a week ...


 How long can you really live when a pancreas quits working?
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 I am type 2 diabetes. does anyone have interesting receipes to share with me. i have run out of ideas?
i would appreciate it if someone who has diabetes type 2 or type 1 to help me as they have the same condition as me or if anyone who has a family member with the same condition....


 Can someone explain to me why it is wrong to eat diabetic food quite freely?
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 To my fellow diabetics has anyone had their flu shot and come down with the flu anyway?
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 Why are insurance companies allowed to not cover pre-existing diseases?
I am a diabetic that cannot get coverage because of pre-existing. I have high blood pressure and I am out of my medication. I need money to go to a doctor but I need to get blood test for the ...


 What is the best treatment option(insulin pump,etc) for a type 1 diabetic who requires a lot of assistance?
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 Do any other diabetics suffer from swollen ankles?
I use compression stockings (just the minimal ones from the supermarket), and they're better when I exercise of course, and keep them up a bit.
Does anyone else have any other stories or ...


 Is this diabetes signs?
I am looking for the advice of some people who may have diabetes and recognise the signs. I am very overweight with a bmi of 38 since having my daughter 4 years ago I have suffered high blood ...


 Could I be pre-diabetic?
Over the past 2 years I've had some odd symptoms that I feel are connected to low blood sugar. I get pretty shakey in the mornings before breakfast and before lunch, my legs get weak and achy in ...


 Is there any cure of diabetes in homeopathy?
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 Do i have diabetes?
do i have diabetes?.....i feel very tired also dizzy...my vision is very blurry.....i also feel short of breath,also i feel a general weakness down my right arm........


 Pre-diabetic how can anyone diagnosis that? A 1 time high sugar test,isn't that being slightly pregnantEither?
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 IS 179 normal blood sugar for a teen???
AND IS DA BIG NUMBER i dont know da small ...



BNM
Is it okay for diabetics to eat sugar free cookies, candy, etc?
                     





SavetheEmu
I was under the impression that those things were made for diabetics.


Big Bobby Clobber
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It is okay for diabetics to eat sugar-free things, except...

Packaging law requires white sugar to be identfied; other sugars can be listed using chemical names - Dextrose, fructose, lactose. Sorbitol, and so on. These types of sugar are not too good for diabetics either.

Before a diabetic can consume sweets, they should make sure that the sweetener is acceptable for diabetics; sucralose, matitol, saccharine are all acceptable, among others.

And then, of course, the carbohydrates in cookies and cake, even sugar-free ones, are converted to glucose in the blood - not good for diabetics. The watchword here is moderation in everything.


cuddles
sure is


Marci K
Making Healthy Choices


Just about every time you eat a meal, it's up to you to decide what you'll eat and how much. By eating a variety of nutritious foods, you can avoid getting bored and help keep your blood sugar better controlled.


Like anyone, you'll want to limit:

• Sugar. Added sugar has no nutritional value, and artificial sweeteners can taste just as good.

• Salt. This is especially important if you have high blood pressure.

• High-fat and high-cholesterol foods. These cause weight gain and can contribute to heart disease.

• Fast foods and processed foods. Generally speaking, they're tremendously high in fat, sugar, and salt.
Sweeteners and Sugar Substitutes

Having diabetes doesn't mean you can't eat sweets.1 But there are some great-tasting ways to reduce the amount of carbohydrates you take in from eating sugar.

Artificial sweeteners. Low-calorie sweeteners sweeten food without extra calories or raising your blood sugar. They can be added to your meal plan without affecting your carbohydrate count. The American Diabetes Association and the Food and Drug Administration feel that these sweeteners are safe for you to include as part of your healthy meal plan.1

These include:

• saccharin (Sweet'N Low®, SugarTwin® )

• aspartame (NutraSweet®, Equal®)

• acesulfame Potassium, or acesulfame K (Sweet One® , Sunett®)

• sucralose (Splenda®)

Sugar alcohols. You may have seen the names isomalt, maltitol, Mannitol, Sorbitol, and xylitol on candy, gum, and dessert labels, but what are they? They aren't sugar or alcohol—they're commercially created carbohydrates with a chemical structure that resembles sugar and alcohol.2 (But, again, they're alcohol free.) They still contain about half the calories or sugars and other carbohydrates. So remember, foods with sugar alcohols aren't free foods.1

Also keep in mind, foods that say "sugar free" or "no sugar added" may still be high in carbohydrates. And fat-free products may be even higher in carbs than the foods they replace. Always check the label

I hope this helps!


foxy b
I have the problem with my mother all the time. she is diabetics and she think that just because the items said that it is sugar free that mean that it is safe to eat. You have to make that there is no sugar add. Some items just say no sugar add and add some of kind of sugar to the product look for word like fructose that is sugar. There are some other words ask your doctor what look out for or go to an health food store.


books_are_heaven
yes, sugar free cndy, cookies etc were first made for diabetics to enjoy some normal treats, but you may have to be careful if you are sensitive to sweeteners and additives though as there are lots more in sugar free food than in regular stuff.


mysticksky
absolutely, as long as its in moderation


xox_bass_player_xox
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Yes, that is ok. It is also ok for diabetics to eat those things even if they are not sugar free if it is done in moderation.


rockerchick82
Yes, if the allotted carbs/calories/etc fit into the diabetic's meal plan. There is an additive (sugar alcohol) that is sometimes put in place of the sugar that causes stomach problems for some people so that should be taken into account.


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