The breads people with diabetes can eat without blood sugar rise

Choosing a carbohydrate is confusing, and there are many differing views on how much and how often you can eat them – or whether to eat them at all.

Contrary to popular belief, people with type 2 diabetes can, in fact, eat bread — the right kinds, in moderation.

The American Diabetes Association (ADA) puts it this way: “Starchy foods can be part of a healthy meal plan, but portion size is key.” Aim to keep your bread to about 150 milligrams or less per slice.

This video will teach you basics and give you some specific bread types diabetics can eat without high blood sugar while you are trying to manage your diabetes type 2 or type 1.

It brings you low-carb bread types you can find in the grocery stores as well as specialty bread types like keto breads that taste good.

These low-carb and keto breads will help you transition into your low-carb diabetic diet.

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Source: SugarMD