Nutrition FAQs

Does fruit raise my blood sugar?

Fruits are sources of carbohydrates, so that means they will be digested into glucose and released into the bloodstream. Regardless of raising blood sugar, fruit is very beneficial to our health and it is recommended that we have at least 2 servings of fruit per day. People with type 2 diabetes may be recommended to limit their fruit intake to only 2 servings per day.

Can I follow the ketogenic diet?

Can I eat chocolate to treat my hypoglycemia?

Does cinnamon help treat diabetes?

What is glycated hemoglobin (HbA1c)?

Does eating too much sugar cause diabetes?

Do we have to carb-count artificial sweeteners?

Do we have to remove carbohydrates from our diet completely?

What kinds of carbs are better for stabilizing blood sugar levels?

Can children with type 1 diabetes follow low-carb and high-protein / high fat diet?

My child is on an insulin pump and wanted to know more about the dual waves and its function?

Can I take my rapid-acting insulin (ex. Novorapid) after I finished my meals as I have a fear from hypoglycemia?

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