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7 Myths About Diabetes You Should Totally Ignore

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Myth #5: Diabetics have to follow a diet without sugar

Diabetics can eat dessert, but they should watch the size of their plates. With type 2 diabetes, the key is moderation; keep sweets a small portion of your overall diet and fill the rest with fiber-packed whole grains, veggies, and lean protein.

Type 1 diabetes is a little trickier, because you’ll have to learn how to adjust your next insulin dose to compensate for sugary carbs. “It just takes a little bit of trial and error to figure out the right insulin dose, but it’s very manageable and learnable,” says Marrero, who himself has type 1 diabetes.

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