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Super Bowl Sunday
CHICAGO, IL -- January 24, 2012 -- The news of celebrity chef Paula Deen having diabetes has triggered a national conversation about how diet affects people with diabetes or those who are at risk of getting it.
And, with the Big Game right around the corner... hosting or attending a party and being tempted with a large number of "unhealthy" foods can can be particularly hard for people with diabetes trying to make healthy choices.
However, if people with diabetes follow these strategies and recipes created by the American Association of Diabetes Educators, they can maintain blood sugar levels and enjoy the party along with everyone else. In fact, managing diabetes is often an exercise in moderation and planning, more than anything else.
Visit the online guide with recipes for turkey chili, chicken tenders and roasted red pepper dip at http://www.diabeteseducator.org/export/sites/aade/_resources/pdf/general/AADE_Game_Day.pdf
And, get ready for the party by making a Healthy Eating Game Plan.
Here are five tips for Game Day:
1. Don't play on an empty stomach.
2. Examine the playing field.
3. Focus on the fundamentals.
4. Stay hydrated.
5. Go for the extra point!
About the AADE:
Founded in 1973, AADE is a multi-disciplinary professional membership organization dedicated to improving diabetes care through education. With more than 12,000 professional members including physicians, nurses, dietitians, pharmacists, and others, AADE has a vast network of practitioners involved in the daily treatment of diabetes patients. To learn more go to: www.diabeteseducator.org.
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