Understand the misconceptions to show your support for those living with this chronic illness.
For the more than 29 million Americans who have diabetes, living with the disease is challenge enough. However, awkward, ill-informed or insensitive remarks can add to the difficulties faced. To address misconceptions, it’s important to know what not to say to someone with diabetes. People living with diabetes have to think about what they eat for every meal and snack. However, there is no such thing as the “diabetes diet.” A well-balanced diet is recommended for everyone, not just for people with diabetes.
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Stay on target by getting tailored-to-YOU feedback on the quantity and quality of the food you should or should should not eat. DietSensor is the best real-time nutrition coaching app to manage diabetes, weight loss and fitness. A Smart Diet Scale will also be available this year, and the pocket size scale should come in 2017. For more info visit DietSensor.com or you can pre-order today on: www.dietsensor.com/wait-list.