Updated by Gifts by Genius on Jun 19, 2014
Diabetic Friendly Halloween Treats
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Diabetic Friendly Halloween Treats

Many holidays and special occasions that are centered on food. For most people these are times to anticipate the celebration and the eating. For a diabetic it can be a stressful time: you want to partake in all of the good food too, but most times it is not made with those with special dietary needs in mind. One option is to offer to bring a dish for everyone to share. The you can make it something that you enjoy as a treat but still follows the guidelines for your
diabetic diet.

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