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February 24, 2014

Just Because A Baked Good Is Made With A Sugar Substitute Doesn't Mean It's An Appropriate Gift.





Desserts That Contain White Flour, Dried Fruit, Honey, Corn Syrup And Agave Nectar Are Not A Good Choice For People With Diabetes.

 The most common complications were low blood sugar and high blood potassium, the investigators found. Low blood sugar in patients with diabetes, and falling or severe dizziness in patients without diabetes were most often associated with other complications of outpatient treatment. Chronic kidney disease is a gradual loss of kidney function, according to the American Society of Nephrology. The disease may be "silent" -- causing no symptoms -- for years, but it can progress to complete kidney failure. The new study will appear in an upcoming issue of the Journal of the American Society of Nephrology. The findings suggest that taking steps to prevent these complications would reduce the rate of kidney failure in patients, said study author Dr. Jeffrey Fink, of the University of Maryland School of Medicine. Previous studies have examined the risks faced by chronic kidney disease patients when they're hospitalized, but most of their medical care is provided outside of the hospital, the study authors pointed out in a journal news release.

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 A December study from the Harvard School of Public Health estimated that healthy eating costs the average person about $1.50 per day more than unhealthy eating. That may not be such a stretch for a middle-class family. But experts say that kind of price hike may prohibitive for the poor, forcing them to swap fruits, vegetables and lean proteins for more processed and junk foods, which tend to be higher in fat, added sugar and calories. The new study found that for every increase of roughly 10 cents per pound in the cost of produce, fasting blood sugar climbed 20 milligrams per deciliter (mg/dL), or about 13 percent of the average fasting glucose level in the study, which was 162 mg/dL.

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for A Sugar-free Valentine's Day... Although many are labeled "sugar-free," they have calories that affect blood sugar levels differently. Be mindful of "hidden carbs." Aside from sugar, ingredients that can cause blood sugar levels to rise quickly include potatoes, white rice and white flour. Just because a baked good is made with a sugar substitute doesn't mean it's an appropriate gift. Desserts that contain white flour, dried fruit, honey, corn syrup and agave nectar are not a good choice for people with diabetes.

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