8 Ways to Make Diabetic-Friendly Menu Choices
Group of Women Eating Out

Eating smart doesn’t mean eating worse.

Dining out when you have diabetes doesn’t have to be a lesson in self-control. It just takes a bit of planning and creativity. Perhaps you’re watching your calories. Or maybe you’re more concerned with sugar intake or getting more fiber in your diet. Whatever your nutritional goals, there are some simple ways you can enjoy eating out and still stick to the plan you’ve set forth with your doctor.

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