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Despite what many think, diabetes does not have to deter people who have the disease from enjoying Super Bowl Sunday parties along with everyone else, according to the American Association of Diabetes Educators (AADE). In fact, managing your diabetes is often an exercise in moderation, more than anything else. With more than 24 million people in the U.S. who have diabetes, this is a very real issue, but there is no reason diabetics can't enjoy the festivities -- and the food -- at Super Bowl parties. The AADE put together the following tips for people with diabetes who want to enjoy the food - but need a little guidance about how to eat smart given all of the Super Bowl food temptations.
1. Don't run a hurry-up offense when you get to the table:
2. Play the fundamentals of the game:
3. Don't play on an empty stomach:
4. Do an end-run around the bread and rolls:
5. Stay hydrated so you can make the big plays:
6. Don't eat like a line backer
7. Go for the extra points:
If you have any questions about diet or nutrition related to diabetes, please visit www.diabeteseducator.org
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