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American Association of Diabetes Educators: “Healthy Eating.”
American College of Cardiology: “Diabetes: Tips for Healthy Snacks.”
American Diabetes Association: “Grains and starchy vegetables,” “Is it true that sweet potatoes are better than white potatoes because they have less “bad” carbohydrates?” “My Food Advisor: About Our Meal Plans,” "Non-Starchy Vegetables," “Sugar and Desserts,” “What If I Skip A Meal?”
American Heart Association: "Shaking the Salt Habit."
Cleveland Clinic: “Diabetes and the Foods You Eat.”
Diabetes Forecast: "What Is a Good Evening Snack?"
Joslin Diabetes Center: “Can I Eat As Many Sugar-Free Foods As I Want?” “How Does Fiber Affect Blood Glucose Levels?” “Ketone testing: What You Need to Know.”
Vermont Department of Health: “Learning to Live Well with Diabetes.”
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