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Lessons Learned About Diabetes and Self-Care
Jan 19, 2012 | 
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A Nutty Way to Help Control Type 2 Diabetes
Sep 5, 2011 | 
Carbohydrates can increase blood sugar levels in people with diabetes, as well as contribute to weight gain.  A recent study shows that eating two ounces of raw, dry, or roasted nuts daily as a replacement for two ounces of other carbohydrates may control blood sugar levels and cholesterol in type 2 diabetes without packing on the pounds.
Can Beta Blockers Encourage Weight Gain? Aussie Study Says Yes
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