If you’ve recently found out that you or a loved one has type 2 diabetes, it can be a confusing and stressful time. You probably have lots of questions about diabetes and no place you feel you can turn to get straightforward answers.  That’s why we put together this FAQ (frequently asked questions)– we’ve compiled the most common diabetes questions we’ve heard from lots of different people, put together answers in “regular English” and had them vetted by healthcare professionals.

Learn how to tell whether a food makes your blood sugar go up, what foods are good for blood sugar, why you should test your blood glucose and more. You can download this great resource here— and feel free to share it with friends and family members.  Remember– one of the most important things you can do to be healthy with diabetes is to start learning about it. This will help you get going on that process… and if you’ve had diabetes for a long time, this is a great refresher course on the basics.

If you have additional questions, leave in the Comments section– we will get them answered and include them in the FAQ.  Thank you!


  1. Daniel Yung

    10/01/2016 at 12:26 AM

    Fantastic advice

  2. Matt

    10/01/2016 at 7:48 AM

    There are many different ways of eating suggested to type II Diabetics. With that said I’m worried about most of them. For example, LowCarbHighFat absolutely lowers FBG and A1c levels but no one knows what it does to the human body long term in regards to Heart Disease. American Diabetes Association is still recommending fruits and vegetables loaded with both Carbs AND Sugar – both scientifically proven to cause an unsafe rise in BG – harmful to a Diabetic.

    Y’all seem level-headed and moderate in your approach. With that said, how do you eat to control your Type II Diabetes?


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