Diabetes is caused by lifestyle factors and genetics, so the food people choose to eat can significantly affect blood glucose levels, according to the American Diabetes Association. Diabetics should avoid foods that rais... More »

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Carbohydrates from sources high in fiber, foods with monounsaturated or polyunsaturated fats, and lean protein sources comprise a healthy diet for people with type 2 diabetes, according to Everyday Health. Cutting back o... More »

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Type 2 diabetes is also known as insulin resistance; the body does not produce and use insulin fast enough to keep the glucose level in the blood at a normal level, states the American Diabetes Association. At first, the... More »

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Protein is one of the major food categories in a type 2 diabetes diet, according to the American Diabetes Association. Overall, the best choices are low in fat. Top vegetarian proteins should have limited amounts of carb... More »

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Cornflakes are not a great food for diabetics, but no single type of diet plan works for every person with diabetes, according to the American Diabetes Association. Cornflakes are a food with a high glycemic index, there... More »

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A diabetes record or chart tracks blood glucose measurements along with other factors that affect blood glucose levels, such as activity, stress and diet, according to the American Diabetes Foundation. A diabetic chart c... More »

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A healthy diet plan for someone with diabetes includes a variety of foods including vegetables and whole grains, according to the American Diabetes Association. People with diabetes should also eat non-fat dairy products... More »