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Diabetes is manageable. The more knowledge you have about different types of food and the effect they have on your blood glucose and weight, the more control you will have over your diabetes. There are three basic nutrients that make up the majority of our food intake. These "macronutrients" are carbohydrate, fat and protein. This Ring is a collection of sites for all aspects of Diabetes. Find the information that you want here.

 

 

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