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Carbohydrates: Good Carbs, Bad Carbs

Good Carbs, Bad Carbs

Carbohydrates: Today, “carbohydrates” are very debatable in the world, especially because of their relationship to weight loss and the popularity of low-carbohydrate diets. One of three energy sources is carbohydrates (two other sources are proteins and fats). Carbs are convert to glucose during the body’s metabolism. Thus, carbs provides part …

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Tight Glucose Control

Tight Glucose Control The most important goal of diabetes treatment is tight glucose control. The American Diabetes Association recommends that most adults with diabetes keep their blood glucose levels between 90 and 130 mg/dL before meals (preprandial) and less than 180 mg/dL after meals (postprandial). Your doctor may recommend a …

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