Diabetes: Non-Starchy Vegetables - Health Channel


Diabetes: Non-Starchy Vegetables |

Non-starchy vegetables have a lot of fiber and Amy Kimberlain, Registered Dietitian with Baptist Health South Florida, advises consuming them in natural presentation, non-fried, in juices or smoothies.
She explains fiber helps patients feel fuller longer.
The expert says it’s critical to introduce non-starchy vegetables in healthy daily diet. **************************************************************************************************************************************************************************
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