How often does it happen? Experts aren't sure, but it could affect more than 1 in 10 people who get a transplant. For them, diabetes is especially risky. It makes organ rejection and dangerous infections more likely. But it can be treated.
Two of the best tips you can use at restaurants are to watch the salt and cut the portions.
Experts recommend that people with diabetes get only 1,500 milligrams of sodium daily. That's less than a teaspoon.
These course-by-course tips will help:
Choose fresh fruit or vegetables.
Avoid soups and broths.
Stay away from bread and rolls with salty, buttery crusts.
Select fresh fruits and vegetables.
Avoid pickles, canned or marinated vegetables,...