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After a diabetes diagnosis, diet changes can improve your health. Reduce carbohydrates, mix in whole grains, bake more and fry less, and limit sweets and fruit juices to prevent complications from diabetes. Watch this video to learn more about healthy changes you can make to your typical Caribbean diet.
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