Diabetic Diet (cont.)
In this Article
- Eating and Diabetes
- Diabetes and Blood Glucose Levels
- Your Diabetes Medicines
- Diabetes and Exercise
- Diabetes and Low Blood Sugar (Hypoglycemia)
- Diabetes and the Food Pyramid
- How much should I eat each day?
- Meat and Meat Substitutes
- Fats and Sweets
- Diabetes and Your Meal Plan
- Diabetes and Measuring Your Food
- Diabetes - When You Are Sick
- How to Find More Help - Living with Diabetes
- Find a local Endocrinologist in your town
Milk provides carbohydrate, protein, calcium, vitamins, and minerals.
How much is a serving of milk
Print out this chart. Then fill in the blanks with how many servings of milk to have at meals and snacks.
|1. How many servings of milk do you now have each
I have _____ milk and yogurt servings each day.
2. Go back to "How much should I eat
each day" to check how many servings of milk to have each day.
3. I will have this many servings of milk at
A diabetes teacher can help you with your meal plan.
What are healthy ways to have milk?
- Drink fat-free (skim) or low-fat (1%) milk.
- Eat low-fat or fat-free fruit yogurt sweetened with a
- Use low-fat plain yogurt as a substitute for sour cream.
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