5 Type 1 Diabetes-Friendly Dinners for Busy Nights

5 Type 1 Diabetes-Friendly Dinners for Busy Nights

Eating a healthy, well-balanced diet can help people with type 1 diabetes manage their blood sugar levels and improve their overall quality of life. “Diet and lifestyle are of the utmost importance in terms of management of type 1 diabetes because what we eat significantly affects our blood sugar and the effectiveness of insulin,” says Juliana Shalek, MS, RD, CDN, and founder of The Nutrition Suite, LLC. “It’s not necessarily only what you’re eating, but how much and when. The type of carbohydrate matters, the amount matters, and the timing of it matters.” Eating well doesn’t have to be time...

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