Dealing with Diabetes and Alcohol
It’s nearing Christmas party time.
There’s no reason people with diabetes can’t drink alcohol, but it helps to know how certain drinks affect blood sugar levels.
When choosing what to drink, there are a couple of main considerations relevant to your diabetes to take into account.
The first consideration is whether, or how much, the drink will affect your blood sugar levels.
The other main consideration, which will be relevant to all of us to some degree but of particular relevance for those of us watching our weight, is to consider the calorie content of drinks.
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