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For some people, drinking alcohol at home or in the pub is part of everyday life. And having diabetes shouldn’t get in the way of this unless this has been advised on medical grounds, However, it does have an impact on your body and in turn your diabetes control.
The Qur'an requires Muslims to fast during the month of Ramadan from sunrise to sunset. However, there are exceptions to this. One of them is that people who are ill or have medical conditions do not have to fast. This includes people with diabetes. This information in this film will help you reduce…
Eating a balanced diet is important for our health. Enjoy food from each of the five food groups and you’ll be getting the range of the nutrients and vitamins our body needs.
A low carbohydrate diet is one strategy that some people might find helpful to manage their type 2 diabetes. It allows the body to maintain glucose levels at a low but healthy level.
Dr Debbie Wake discusses the specific nutrtional components of food and the impact that each has on diabetes.
This page explains what you need to know about alcohol as someone with diabetes. It explains what a unit of alcohol actually is, and covers sensible drinking limits, the effect of alcohol on your blood glucose and how best to avoid having a hypo while you are drinking.