What You Need to Know
- Small but Steady Dietary Changes Are Best
- Why Carbohydrates Are So Important in Diabetes
- How to Count Carbohydrates
- 8 Tips for Controlling Portion Sizes
- How to Get More Fiber if You Have Diabetes
- Type 2 Diabetes and Alcohol: Proceed With Caution
- Artificial Sweeteners and Type 2 Diabetes
A: No. Pay attention to the total carbohydrates. The sugars content includes the amount of added and natural sugar in a serving. The amount of sugars are included within the total carbohydrate count, which is the key piece of information you need for planning meals and snacks. It's also important to pay attention to the serving size. Today's serving sizes are standardized by food-labeling regulations. Read More
- Site: CalorieKing
- Who it's for: Those curious about how many calories are on their plates
- Why we like it: It has a free downloadable food search toolbar for Internet browsers. Just type in the food about to be eaten and get all its nutritional facts. There are also healthy, low-cal recipes and nutrition quizzes.
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