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Christmas Celebration with Indiandiabetics

12-23-2010 09:21 AM CET | Health & Medicine

Press release from: IndianDiabetics

Enjoy Christmas, it is a time for celebration and eating for everyone…a little of what you fancy over Christmas will definitely do you good…an odd high glucose reading shouldn't affect your long term control or health or health.
1. Stick with sugar free or diet drinks, or fresh fruit juice only with meals. Fresh fruit juice has lots of natural sugar which will send blood sugars high if taken.
2. Save your selection boxes - they will last into January and don't need to be eaten all at once.
3. 'Diabetic' sweets and chocolates are best avoided. They are expensive, don't taste as good and if eaten in excess, can give you tummy ache or diarrhea. It is better to have small amounts of 'proper' chocolate that can be spread out throughout the day or eaten with meals. If you do receive diabetic chocolate - don't eat it all at once.
4. Love the Xmas fruit and vegetable, Fruit salad, melon, Satsuma, fruit juice, dried fruit, parsnips, carrots, peas, Brussels sprouts, broccoli. Make sure you have your share of these too over Xmas, not just crisps, chocolate and cake!
5. Lastly, take some exercise to walk off the large meals and puddings. Save the DVD's and computer games until it's dark and get outside when you can and get outside when you can.

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