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 Can a diabetic eat nuts?

Answer On One Hand: Recognized BenefitsA 2002 study by the Journal of American Medical Association found that eating 5 oz. of nuts or peanut butter can reduce the risk of Type 2 diabetes by 21 percent to ... Read More »
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What kind of nuts pack the most nutrition (Cashews, almonds, hazelnuts, peanuts, brazil nuts, pecans..)?

Almonds-Among the richest sources of health-benefiting nutrients essential for optimum health.-Rich in dietary fiber, vitamins, and minerals and packed with numerous health promoting phyto-chemical... Read More »
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Why is Grape Nuts cereal called that, when it contains neither grapes, nor nuts?

The original grape nuts cereal were shaped like little round rough balls and looked like the seeds in grapes'
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Needing some serious answers and help on diabetic questions.My mom is a diabetic and has been for years.?

There is no "One size fits all" diet plan for those of us with diabetes.Your Mom's needs are different than mine.She will work with her endo, dietitian and diabetes educator to find out what plan i... Read More »
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If a diabetic and a non-diabetic ate exactly the same and did the same exercise, who would gain more weight?

if the diabetic was untreated (or inadequately treated), the non-diabetic would gain more weight. if the diabetic was adequately treated, they would gain the same amount of weight.
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