4 Sugar-Free Lifestyle Changes for Type 2 Diabetes

Do not consume it without cooking

Sugars are omnipresent, and fast food can destroy a diet. Visit eateries only when required and rare. I avoid sweet dishes and prepare meals.

Read food labels

The grocery shop has processed sugar in practically everything. I avoid high fructose corn syrup and anything ending in “ose,” which is sugar.

Ditch the candy

When I noticed a candy dish, I grabbed something. My hand invariably pulled out a handful of sugary things, whether it was an after-dinner mint or a bank lollipop.

Support system build

I and my best friend are getting healthier. Sugar also plagues her. She doesn't have type 2 diabetes, but her lifestyle changes may prevent it.

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