Type 2 diabetes: The best and worst snacks to eat if you have the condition


“People with diabetes must regularly monitor and manage their blood [sugar] levels to prevent spikes,” urged Medical News Today.

Known as hyperglycaemia, early warning signs include thirst, frequent urination, blurred vision and a headache.

As blood sugars continue to rise, ketones may begin to build up in the blood and urine.

Ketones are a type of acid that can cause fruity-smelling breath, dry mouth, weakness, nausea and vomiting.





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