Diabetic Diet (cont.)
In this Article
- Diabetes facts*
- 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
Note: If you are pregnant or breastfeeding, have four to five servings of milk each day.
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 day?
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 low-calorie sweetener.
- Use low-fat plain yogurt as a substitute for sour cream.
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