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Find the Right Balance
With diabetes, your diet should be high in nutrients and low in fat and calories. There are many ways to do that, like going low-carb, low-fat, or vegetarian. Shoot for a 50-25-25 split, with the largest section filled with non-starchy vegetables (like peppers or spinach), and a section of protein, and one of grains and starches (like beans or potatoes). A daily serving of fruit or dairy and small amounts of healthy fats are OK, too.
Make a plan 
Having diabetes makes it important to keep a careful eye on your blood sugar (glucose) levels and your weight. It can be tough. But knowing what to eat, when to eat, and how much to eat can make it easier. The key is to find what works best for your tastes, your lifestyle, and your budget. 
 Time Your Meals
When you eat is important, especially if you use mealtime insulin. Aim to eat at the same times every day. Try to keep the amount of food about the same, too. Having one big meal at the end of the day or spacing your meals unevenly can affect your blood sugar and your medication. Your doctor or dietitian can help you set the right times to eat.
Don’t Skip Meals
If you take medicine for diabetes, going too long without eating can lead to seriously low blood sugar levels. And running out the door in the morning without breakfast can set the wrong tone for the day and make you want high-calorie foods later. That can make managing your glucose levels -- and your weight -- harder.
Consider How Active You Are
Exercise burns glucose and helps your body use insulin. That means it can help control your blood sugar. But it also can affect how much you should eat and how much medicine you need. Talk with your doctor about what your levels should be when you exercise and how often to check them. Your doctor can also help you figure out how to time your meds and meals around your workouts.
Check Your Levels Regularly
If you take insulin, it’s best if it starts to work about the same time glucose from your food hits your bloodstream. So the ideal time to take it is about 30 minutes before you eat. But many things can affect your blood sugar, like exercise, being sick, or stress. It’s important to keep a close eye on your levels and make sure you’re getting the right amount of insulin.

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