The myth: If you have diabetes, you can't eat sweets or sugar.
The truth: A food doesn't have to be sweet or sugary to raise your blood sugar.
Anything with carbohydrates will affect your blood glucose, whether it's from white potatoes, pasta, bread or Jelly Tots.1
Consult the Accu-Chek® Portion Plate for guidance.
Of course, different foods may affect you differently. Why?
Eating protein, fat or fibre along with your carbohydrates may slow the absorption of the carbohydrates into your system. That's why the extra fibre in whole-grain foo...