Is there a difference to which type of carbs can be eaten if you are a diabetic?

alindseyExternal User
I am trying to avoid being a diabetic.
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231441 tn?1333892766
Eat low carb.  Carbs coming mostly from non starchy vegetables,  full fat unsweetened dairy,  nuts.  Avoid fruits,  grains,  sugars,  sweetened foods (including artificial sweeteners).
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Carbs from whole grains and/or carbs with fiber will help you maintain more stable blood sugar.

Here is some information on better carbs for diabetes.


You can find these articles in the Eat Right section of the Sugar Sense app; tap the bar menu in the upper lefthand corner and scroll down to find the Health Guide.
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As far as your pancreas is concerned a carb is a carb is a carb.  
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