10 Myths About Diabetes You Should Stop Believing

Myth 1: People With Diabetes Can’t Eat Sugar

One of the most common assumptions people make about diabetes is that it doesn’t allow them to eat sugar. This is false! In fact, it’s highly recommended that people with diabetes eat a balanced diet that includes sugar as well – as long as it’s in moderation.

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2 thoughts on “10 Myths About Diabetes You Should Stop Believing”

  1. I see this as an encouragement for people with diabetes not to worry about eating sugar and carbs. I consider this an absolutely irresponsible statement!
    We probably can consider that it is not realistic trying to completely eliminate sugar and carbs, but a strong effort is recommended and should be made to reduce its intake to a minimum.

  2. Great and important information! These facts and others like it should be in every Doctors office! We are being led to believe something different then whay you are suggesting. Thank you for the information!

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