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Should you cut out sugar altogether, and is there such a thing as ‘mild’ diabetes? We clear up the confusion between fact and fiction


People with diabetes can’t eat sugary foods and need a special diet, including foods labelled as ‘diabetic’ or ‘suitable for diabetics’.


People with diabetes should eat a healthy, balanced diet like everyone else. There are no foods to completely avoid and there’s no need for special diabetic foods (these contain similar amounts of calories and fat to normal foods). For an occasional treat, choose your normal treats and just watch your portions.

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