Keep track of your blood sugar levels by writing them down. You can also keep track of what you've eaten and how active you've been during the day. This will help you see how food and exercise affect your blood sugar level.

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How does food affect my blood sugar level?

Anytime you eat, you put sugar in your blood. Eating the right way can help control your blood sugar level.

It's important for you to learn how what you eat affects your blood sugar level, how you feel and your overall health. As a general rule, just following a healthy diet is wise. Our Diabetic Meals are the perfect choice! . See below for some tips on eating right..

Tips on eating right

  • Eat at about the same time every day. This helps keep your insulin or medicine and sugar levels steady.
  • Try to eat 3 times a day. Have a snack at bedtime if you're taking medicine or insulin. Avoid other snacking unless you're exercising or treating hypoglycemia.
  • If you're overweight, lose weight. Even losing just a little weight, such as 5 to 15 pounds, can lower your blood sugar levels.
  • Eat plenty of fiber. Green leafy vegetables, grains and fruits are good choices. Fiber helps you feel full and helps with digestion.
  • Eat fewer "empty" calories, such as foods high in sugar and fat, and alcohol.
  • We at Good Diabetes Diet take pride in creating delicious meals that are wholesome and beneficial to your health. Our diet meal plan caterers to your every need. Eating our meals allows you to take an active part in designing a healthy life style, with ease and convenience. Our food delivery service staff will always arrive with a friendly smile to lighten your day.
What about smoking and alcohol?

You should stop smoking as soon as possible. It's probably okay to drink some alcohol. But it's best not to have more than about 1 serving a day with a meal. A serving is 4 ounces of wine, 12 ounces of beer or 1.5 ounces of hard liquor. If you drink on an empty stomach, you risk causing a drop in your blood sugar. Talk with your doctor about how much alcohol is safe for you to consume with your diabetes.


Will exercising help my blood sugar level?

Yes. Exercising is especially good for people who have diabetes because it can help the body better use insulin, resulting in a lower blood sugar level.

Exercise is also good for your heart, your cholesterol levels, your blood pressure and your weight--all factors that can affect your risk of heart attack and stroke. Exercise also seems to make people feel better about themselves and feel less anxious.

Talk with your doctor about starting an exercise program. He or she can help you make a plan.

Good Diabetic Meals are proven to keep your treatment on track with healthy, nutritious, delicious meals.