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Adult Nutrition

Nutrition provided by the food we eat supplies the fuel for our bodies to function. The nutrients in our food allow us to breathe, move and allows our body to heal itself. Nutrition and a healthy lifestyle both play an important role in preserving our health and wellbeing. Poor lifestyle habits have a cumulative effect as we get older.

In this section, learn more about complete and balanced nutrition and managing diabetes.

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Complete & Balanced Nutrition: You are what you eat

The right lifestyle choices made early in life can affect the health status of one's later years. It is never too early or too late to take stock and ensure that you are getting the essential nutrients your body needs to remain healthy and active.

Regardless of our circumstances, maintaining a balanced diet is challenging so including a nutritional supplement can be useful to help you meet recommended intake levels.

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Tips for a Healthier You

Check out our must-read articles — inspiration for adopting habits that can lead to a long life of health and balance.

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Introduction to Healthy Eating

A healthy diet is one of the best tools for managing diabetes. A regular eating routine of meals or snacks that includes the right nutrients, in the right amounts, will help keep glucose levels, blood pressure, cholesterol levels and weight under control. But consistently eating well can be a challenge. And no single diet is right for everyone. That is why it is important to identify individual needs and preferences and plan accordingly.

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Diabetes and Weight Loss: Making Weight Loss a Lifestyle

Losing weight isn’t always easy, but understanding how critical weight loss can be to controlling your diabetes is a step in the right direction.

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Diabetes Nutrition FAQ’s

Click on the questions below to find answers to the most frequently asked questions about nutrition and diabetes.

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