Diabetic Diet Advice For Diabetes
Guide to Healthy Eating Plan For Type 1 and Type 2 Diabetics

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Glycemic Index GI of Carbs
GI Diet - Low GI Diet

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FREE Diabetic Diet Advice PLUS A Healthy Diabetes Diet Plan

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Written by an experienced nutritionist and including advice on all diet-related aspects of diabetes, it is designed to help you eat healthy meals and manage your blood glucose and insulin levels. A great dietary guide for anyone with type 1 or type 2 diabetes, pre-diabetes (impaired glucose tolerance), insulin insensitivity or insulin resistance syndrome.

"Guide to Healthy Eating For Diabetics"


  • Dietary and Nutritional Guidelines For People With Type 1 Diabetes
  • Dietary and Nutritional Guidelines For People With Type 2 Diabetes
  • Foods That Help Balance Blood Glucose (Blood Sugar)
  • Exchange Lists For Meal Planning and Diet Menus
  • Advice About Carbohydrate Counting and Diabetes
  • Using the Glycemic Index To Plan Your Diet
  • Diabetes and Cholesterol
  • Diabetes Diet Plan
  • Recipes For Diabetics
  • Alcohol and Diabetes
  • Weight Management For Diabetics
  • Managing Eating Disorders and Diabetes

Everything You Need To Know About Diabetes and Diet

This FREE "Guide to Healthy Eating For Diabetics" is packed with information and advice on how to choose the most nutritious foods for your type of diabetes (or pre-diabetes), how to reduce your intake of saturated or trans-fats, how to sweeten your food without triggering blood sugar problems, how to increase your fiber intake, how to enjoy alcohol with diabetes, how to adapt food recipes and TONS more.

For Immediate Information About Diabetes and Insulin

If you need advice or information about the symptoms of diabetes, how it is diagnosed, whether you are at risk, how diabetes is treated, what are the short-term and long-term health risks of type 1 and type 2 diabetes, how they are related to obesity or general weight gain, advice about carbohydrates and blood sugar control, a simple guide to the glycemic index (GI) or glycemic load (GL), or an explanation of terms like hyperglycemia, hypoglycemia, hyperinsulimia - or any other diabetes-related terminology, please use the diabetic and insulin resources at the foot of this page.

General Advice For Diabetics
Diabetes Symptoms
Diabetes Test
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Diabetes Management
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Diabetes and Weight Loss
Gestational Diabetes
Pre-Diabetes Guide
Hyperglycemia - High Blood Glucose
Hypoglycemia - Low Blood Glucose
Diabetic Diet Advice
Diabetes, Carbs and Diet
Diabetes Health on Low Carb Diet
Obesity Information
Diabesity, Diabetes and Obesity

Hormone to Lower Blood Glucose
Insulin Hormone & Blood Glucose
Hyperinsulimia - High Insulin Levels
Insulin and Glucose For Brain
Insulin and Obesity
Insulin Development
Types of Insulin
Synthetic Insulin: Animal/Human
Long Acting Insulin
Intermediate Acting Insulin
Rapid Acting Insulin
Short Acting Insulin
Insulin Resistance
Insulin Resistance, Obesity, Carbs
Insulin Resistance Syndrome

Carbs and Glycemic Response
Carbohydrates Information
Complex Carbs Guide
Facts About Carbohydrates
Dietary Fiber
Digestion of Carbs
Blood Glucose Levels
Glucose into Energy
Blood Glucose Monitor/Meter
Glycemic Index Food Chart
Glycemic Index - How Measured?
What Affects Glycemic Value?
Glycemic Value of a Meal
Health Effects of High GI Carbs
Glycemic Index Food Pyramid
GI Diet Recipes

Glycemic Index (GI)
GI Values in Carbohydrates
GI Value For Beans
GI Value For Bread
GI Value For Cereal
GI Value For Dairy Food
GI Value For Drinks
GI Value For Fruit
GI Value For Meat/Fish
GI Value For Nuts
GI Value For Snacks
GI Value For Starchy Carbs
GI Value For Sugar
GI Value For Vegetables
GI Value For Whole Grains

Carbs-Information.com provides general information about the glycemic index (GI), glycemic load (GL), low GI diets, GI values for all food groups, health problems of high blood glucose including metabolic disorders such as pre-diabetes, impaired glucose tolerance, insulin resistance, hyperinsulinism as well as type 1 and type 2 diabetes. But no information is intended as a substitute for medical advice. Copyright 2003-2021.