People with diabetes should eat 4-5 small meals during the day instead of three larger meals, says the American Diabetes Association (ADA). Everyone needs to eat about every four to six hours during the day to keep energy levels up but people with type 2 diabetes usually have better blood glucose control if their meals and carbohydrates are spaced evenly throughout the day.
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- What is diabetes and how does a person develop this health condition?
- When does a person become diagnosed with diabetes?
- What are the risk factors for developing diabetes?
- What is the general lifestyle recommendation for someone with diabetes?
- What types of food should I refrain from eating when I have diabetes?
- How can the NUTHERA® Rx Diabetes Meal Plan help people with this condition?
- Why is the NUTHERA® Rx Diabetes Meal Plan fixed with 3 meals and 2 snacks?
- Can I pause my medications while trying out the NUTHERA® Rx Diabetes Meal Plan?
- Can I do intermittent fasting while subscribed to the NUTHERA® Rx Diabetes Meal Plan?
- What other health conditions and goals can benefit from subscribing to NUTHERA® Rx Diabetes Meal Plan?