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How Does Sugar Affect Diabetes?

  • Controlling blood sugar will help lower your risk of problems that have to do with diabetes
  • High blood sugar is a result of having diabetes, not the cause
  • Diabetics should try to avoid foods with a lot of sugar or carbs
  • Diabetics should also try to stay away from sodas or fruit juices with a lot of sugar or high fructose corn syrup

Source: cdc.gov