Health Tip: Diabetics Should Eat on Schedule
(HealthDay News) -- If you've got diabetes, staying on a regular
eating schedule will help you maintain better glucose control.
The American Diabetes Association suggests how to maintain a
consistent food schedule:
- Schedule meal plans at your normal eating times.
- Make a restaurant reservation to avoid waiting in a long line
for a table.
- Before you order, find out if the meal you want takes extra
time to prepare.
- If you do have to eat later than usual, eat a fruit or starch
serving in advance at your normal meal time.
- If you're eating dinner very late, eat your bedtime snack at
the usual dinner time. Make any insulin adjustments, as
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