Meal Timing for Diabetes–What to Eat and When



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What is the recommended amount of carbs to eat per day and per meal?
How important is it to space meals or can you nibble all day? And is a bedtime snack recommended?
What should I do when I work long shifts and don’t get a lunch break?
What is considered a dangerously low blood sugar and what should you do about it?
Is it okay for me to eat fried foods once a month?
When I’m feeling dizzy and tired would orange juice and peppermints be okay to have?


To address challenges commonly faced by people living with type 2 diabetes, American Diabetes Association created Ask the Experts Q&A, a free educational series focused on diabetes management and the relationship between diabetes, heart disease and stroke. Open to all, participants can ask their questions to diabetes experts in a live Q&A session online or on the phone. Events are currently scheduled monthly from November 14, 2018 through March 19, 2019. Register for free at, call 1-800-DIABETES (800-342-2383), or text EXPERTS to 828282 to sign up for the series.

Meal Timing for Diabetes–What to Eat and When: Learn tips on meal timing throughout the day to keep your blood sugar in target range, and how to fit snacks into your day if you need them.

This series is presented by Know Diabetes by Heart, a collaboration between American Diabetes Association® and American Heart Association®. Unauthorized use prohibited.