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- Website: Ontario Ministry of Health and Longterm Care
- Resource type: Video
Summary - The message of this resource is:
After a diabetes diagnosis, diet changes can improve your health. Cut down on carbohydrates, fry less and bake more and limit sweets to prevent complications from diabetes. Watch this video to learn more about healthy changes you can make to your typical South Asian diet.
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Rated on: 8/21/2017 11:52:29 AM
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