Hi Maxwell, as Jeannie said a multi-vitamin is a good start. You might have read about
some supplements that help diabetics but I don't think they all work the way they're promised to with everyone. The best suggestion I have besides the multi-vitamin is to eat lots of vegetables, salads and whatever protein you prefer: meat, chicken, fish. The nothing white but cauliflower
way of eating means to stay away from the obvious carbohydrates like bread, potatoes, sugar (and any food made with any of these), and rice. Please go through some of the old posts here about
food, diet, etc. and you'll see how eating this way has helped all of us control our blood sugar better. The simple fact is that carbohydrates raise the blood sugar; the more carbs a diabetic eats, the higher the blood sugar will rise. Let us know more about
you. Are you on meds?
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diabetes controlled so far by low/no carb diet and exercise; no meds