[QUOTE=bethishooked;976530]Don’t go by the terms “sugar free” or “no sugar added” when choosing food to eat. Diabetics go by carbs, as all carbs turn into sugar. Next time you are in the store, pick up a sugar free ice cream and a regular ice cream and compare them. The sugar free will probably list one serving at 23 carbs, versus regular at 26 carbs. So, both will put the same amount of sugar in your body, as the carbs convert to sugar. This is one of the biggest scams in marketing, and will be very unhealthy for many diabetics who think they are eating freebies because the labeling says sugar free.
It sounds complicated in the beginning, but as you continue to learn and count carbs, it will eventually come second nature.[/QUOTE]
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