Sugar-Free Diet and Diabetes




Dr. Jorge Busse, Nephrologist with Baptist Health South Florida, says sugar is one form of carbohydrate, and just because a product is sugar-free, it doesn’t mean it is not necessarily carbohydrate free.

“We are what we do and what we eat. If I know I have a propensity for diabetes, I have to be on top of things and I have to be very informed, if you’re not you’re going to suffer the consequences,” he explains. **************************************************************************************************************************************************************************
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