Chocolate for Diabetics

@Kowgirl (3490)
United States
May 20, 2008 3:17pm CST
I have posted an article about Chocolate on my Blog of recipes for diabetics. I asked my Doctor about this and he says it is OKAY for diabetics to eat this chocolate, just don't eat a lot at one time. So I tried it and it sure did taste good after giving up on ever getting to eat chocolate again. I am learning more about this disease every day. He also told me about eating fresh Bing Cherries. They help reduce blood sugar just like dark grapes can. So now I have added more snacks to my blog at http://www.squidoo.com/low_carb_recipes I sure hope this blog has helped you with your battle of high blood sugar. If it has please let me know.
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@rsa101 (23534)
• Philippines
21 May 08
Wow that is awesome as a diabetic I am also one of those that stopped all of a sudden eating those yummy chocolates. I love chocolates too and ever since I was diagnosed I never had the chance eating one again for sometime. After reading this I guess I could start in small amounts just to satisfy my cravings. Although I think we should always be aware that we cannot do more in case we tend to crave for some more.
@Kowgirl (3490)
• United States
21 May 08
Oh my the typos in that post. Must have been thinking about those cheesecakes and not on my typing.
@rsa101 (23534)
• Philippines
22 May 08
Dark chocolates are one of my favorite type of chocolate. The bitter sweet taste is what makes them so yummy :D.
@tryxiness (4548)
• Philippines
21 May 08
I guess, one should be aware of the serving size and the amount of caloric intake it implies. And one also has to be aware of the physical activities he/she is doing. They say that it's ok to eat as long as you get to burn them within the 24 hour limit. :)