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For people living with diabetes, carbohydrate counting is an essential skill and occurs every meal time. It helps with maintaining stable blood glucose levels. Different foods contain not only a different amount of carbohydrates but a different glycaemic index as well. The glycaemic index is a measure of how quickly your blood sugar levels rise after a meal. Are there any strategies that you use to count carbohydrates?

 

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