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Location: United States, NY
Bio: Here's just a little quiz. Is that Diabetes Reducer Plus better to eat a nice potato or possibly a yummy but nasty candy? If you said potato, choosing wrong. Not have considered a diabetic for dinner simmer him slowly. Oops. If you serve dinner to a diabetic, don't serve potatoes but do give him a nice little pastry. And don't trust those "no sugar added" titles. He can't scarf down a bunch of "no sugar" muffins rather than send his blood sugar soaring. So what's transpiring here more than diabetes diet? A candy bar can't be healthier than a potato. Ah, but should you be trying and also hardwearing . glycemic index low, the candy bar is larger. But if your blood sugar drops too low and you are in danger of insulin shock, chomp a potato for the fastest ultimate. It's all due to the index.

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