By Marsha McCulloch, R.D., L.D.
Thanks to newer diabetes medications that don't provoke low blood glucose, snacking is often a matter of preference. Although snacks can help control hunger, they can also lead to excess calorie intake. When you do choose a snack, make it nutritious using the ideas shown here. If you'd like to cut extra calories but you snack to avoid frequent lows due to certain diabetes pills (sulfonylureas and meglitinides) or insulin, talk with your provider about adjusting your medication regimen.
Please confirm your comment by answering the question below and clicking "Submit Comment."