People with diabetes can snack on a variety of healthy whole grain, fruit and vegetable options but should avoid the sugary, high-fat choices that are typically associated with snacking. Portion control is essential to c... More »

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Some healthy snack foods for diabetics include almonds, hard-boiled eggs, cheese and most fresh vegetables, according to the American Diabetes Association. Diabetics should plan snacks around carbohydrate, fat and protei... More »

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Snacks such as a handful of almonds, a hard-boiled egg, a piece of string cheese or 1/4 cup blueberries all make healthy portions for diabetics. Managing carbohydrate intake while giving the body enough fuel to keep goin... More »

Juicing ensures that diabetics drink 100 percent pure fruit and vegetable juices without added sugar, which are the only safe juice drinks for those with diabetes, reports the American Diabetes Association. Pure juice dr... More »

People who have diabetes can have fruit for breakfast, according to WebMD. Not only are fruits a great way to help control the carbs a person has during breakfast, they also have fiber, which helps a person's body contro... More »

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People suffering from insulin resistance have a higher risk of developing diabetes and should follow a diet that emphasizes vegetables, fruit, whole grains, beans and nuts, according to Healthline. People with insulin re... More »

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People who have diabetes should avoid canned fruits in syrup, regular jam, sweetened applesauce and chewy fruit rolls, according to WebMD. They should also avoid fruit juice and punch. More »

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