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What is the difference between carbohydrates and sugar? more...
Sugar is a carbohydrate. There are 3 main sources of calories your body can use for energy: carbohydrates, fat, and protein. Carbohydrates are your body’s favorite source of energy
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Diabetes menus grocery lists diabetes recipes and nutrition facts for those diagnosed with diabetes. Menus are prepared by professional diabetes educators.  Weekly diabetes menu includes a grocery list diabetes recipes and nutrition analysis.

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