Diana has just been diagnosed with “pre-diabetes,” and her doctor has instructed her to watch her intake of sugar. This is easy at home, but

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Diana has just been diagnosed with “pre-diabetes,” and her doctor has instructed her to watch her intake of sugar. This is easy at home, but this weekend she will be going to a restaurant with her family. What should she do? (1 point) Order anything on the menu labeled “sugar-free” or “fat-free.” Use a phone app to check the sugar content in items or ingredients on the menu. Order something off the salad options and skip the soda or dessert. Split an entrée with a friend to reduce her calorie intake at the meal.

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    2021-08-19T04:23:42+00:00

    she should most likely take anything sugar free and avoid any bread, bread can increase your blood level as well, my mother had pre diabetes and what she did was eat salads and drink vegetable smoothies until your sugar goes down. splitting an entrée won’t do anything, you technically get the same amount of sugar so at the point just eat the whole meal.

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    2021-08-19T04:24:11+00:00

    Answer:

    sugar free

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