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Wednesday, February 4, 2009

If It's White, Don't Bite!

"Bad" carbohydrates are generally white in color. Think: Sugar, white flour, white bread. If you avoid "bad" carbs you may reduce your risk of diabetes heart disease and weight gain.

"Good" carbs come from fruits, vegetables and whole grains. Eat "good" carbs to keep your cholesterol level healthy...your blood pressure and blood sugar stable...and excess pounds off. It is as simple as that!

I have learned this truth from my nutritionist when we have found out that I have developed a Type2 diabetes. This was due to a couple of medicines I am taking. I am grateful to have known these things; now I can share these to my mother in managing her diabetes.

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