Diabetic food products Australia

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State and territory diabetes offices provide more than just information and support services. Your state and territory diabetes office is also a shopfront, providing access to a wide range of products helpful to manage diabetes – ranging from food products to clothing and from meters to books. Your state and territory diabetes office only sells products after considerable consideration and review. This means you can be confident about the purchases you make.

Some state and territories also offer online shopping.

Click on the map below to access more information on your state or territory’s shopfront.

2003-12-12 17:24:27 by SkinnyFatso

Many causes

1. Poor eating habits.
2. Being too broke too afford quality food, fill in with cheap junk.
3. Addicted to sugar.
4. Thyroid probs, diabetes, other health probs.
5. Slower metabolism in some people.
6. Other health probs reduce mobility, person gets fat.
7. Not enough exercise.
8. Lifestyle -- too much driving, no time to work out or cook decent food.
9. Psych reasons like depression or avoiding sex.
10. Genetics, some people put on weight easier and others can't gain weight unless they try hard.
11. Eating fast food or in restaurants where portions are huge.

Why you should eat fruit -- not drink it -- to lower diabetes risk  — Today.com
Consuming whole fruits at least three times a week may lower your risk of developing type 2 diabetes, according to a new long-term study published Thursday in the British Medical Journal.

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  • Avatar Melski Are there any diabetic food delivery services in Australia?
    Apr 21, 2008 by Melski | Posted in Diabetes

    A friend of mine has been diagnosed with type 2 and recently had a stroke so her eating habits aren't too good.

    • Hi Mel

      I am diabetic too and I find most diabetic food a bit misleading. In short I avoid most products that claim to be suitable for diabetics.

      The best diet is simply healthy eating. A good balance between fats, proteins and carbs. Eat fresh fruit and veg. Avoid s … Far easier to advise than to implement. I know all this and still eat crisps and drive when I should walk.

      Obviously, you should really speak to a professional nutritionist, I am no expert, but I hope this helps.

      Good luck to your friend, I hope she gets well soon.