I am a Diabetic, do I need to remove carbohydrates from my diet?
Carbohydrates are not to be totally removed.Diabetics have impaired insulin effectiveness or the ability of the body’s normal insulin release to react to the intake of sugar. Simple carbohydrates like sugar, candies, sugar laden goodies and drinks, cakes, soft drinks, and the likes have to be avoided. Complex carbohydrates on the other hand can be monitored and limited depending on the severity of insulin insufficiency. Appropriate measures per day will be given by Dietitians to each patient in accordance to their specific diets.
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