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Good diabetic diet goes beyond cutting out sugar, carbs

Diane Whitten of Cornell Cooperative Extension, was on hand at the Midrise Apartments in Mechanicville, instructing about meal planning and cooking for people with Type II Diabetes, during a diabetes education class and how to prepare diabetic meals and snacks. Here she serves a green bean and tomato salad to residents left to right, Anna Funigiello, William Bonacci and Bill Ten Eyck.
Photographer: Marc Schultz
Diane Whitten of Cornell Cooperative Extension, was on hand at the Midrise Apartments in Mechanicville, instructing about meal planning and cooking for people with Type II Diabetes, during a diabetes education class and how to prepare diabetic meals and snacks. Here she serves a green bean and tomato salad to residents left to right, Anna Funigiello, William Bonacci and Bill Ten Eyck.
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A diagnosis of Type 2 diabetes calls for a change in the way a person eats. Type 2 diabetes, unlike Type 1 (or juvenile diabetes), has the possibility of being controlled with diet and exercise. For many, this requires learning a new way to eat. The idea to “just cut out sugar” isn’t the answer. A healthful diet for a Type 2 diabetic involves looking at when and how many carbohydrates a person eats, as ...


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