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Diabetic Foods: Tips on what to eat to satisfy your cravings. Diabetic Foods for people with diabetes.

Diabetic Foods: Tips on what to eat to satisfy your cravings. Diabetic Foods for people with diabetes.

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  • 1. DiabeticFoods (1)
    HowToSatisfyYourCravings
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  • 2. Diabetes & Cravings?
    Peoplewith Diabetes veryoftenexperienceextremcravings.
    How can yousatisfyyourcravings?
    Watcheightdifferentways …
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  • 3. 1) CarrotSticks
    Place in the refrigerator or put in a sealable plastic bag
    Take it with you to eat a healthy side dish anytime, anywhere
    Carrots, rich in fiber and water, satisfy hunger with very few calories.
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  • 4. 2) Mozzarella Sticks
    One of the few snacks low in carbohydrates and fat.
    A serving of 30 g contains only 70 calories, 4 g fat and less than 1 g of carbohydrates.
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  • 5. 3) Raisins
    Raisins have more sugar than grapes, but with boxes or bags of individual servings you make sure to consume small servings of this good food for you.
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  • 6. 4) Nuts & DriedFruits
    Although high in calories, it was found that those who consume them tend to weigh less.
    Less likely to develop type 2 diabetes.
    Make sure you buy the version without salt.
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  • 7. 5) Low-Fat Crackers
    Buy cookies which contain at least 3 grams of fiber per serving (about six small cookies).
    Make sure they do not have trans fats (look for the word "hydrogenated" in the ingredient list), that are related to heart disease.
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  • 8. 6) GranolaBars
    Find brands that contains no less than 5 grams of fiber and no more than 150 calories per bar.
    Some bars contain up to 9 g of fiber, which helps to satisfy your appetite.
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  • 9. 7) Ice Cream Sandwiches & Popsicles
    Low fat Ice cream sandwiches have less carbohydrates, fat and calories than most chocolate desserts.
    Just avoid popsicles which are covered with chocolate, as this layer is usually prepared with tropical oils high in saturated fats.
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  • 10. 8) Dark Chocolate Chips
    To satisfy a craving for chocolate, eat five or six semi-sweet chocolate chips that are used to make cookies.
    The bitter is rich in antioxidants, too.
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