Type 2 diabetes: The best time of the day to eat to avoid high blood sugar levels – advice

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“In general, it is best to avoid large meals as research shows that the more your blood glucose levels rise after a meal, the higher your risk of cardiovascular disease,” warned Doctor Brewer.

It is also important to check the sugar content of the meals you’re eating.

Doctor Brewer advised checking labels of bought foods as some contain a lot more sugar than you might expect e.g. breakfast cereals, “healthy” cereal bars.

To help you identify the best and worst culprits for blood sugar control, you should refer to the glycemic index (GI).

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