Experts Agree You Can Eat Diabetic Desserts on a Type 2 Diabetic Diet. Find a Free Diabetic Dessert Recipe at AmericanDiabetes.com

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American Diabetes Services has a web page featuring your choice of a free diabetic dessert recipe on their website http://www.americandiabetes.com

Experts now agree that it is possible for diabetics to eat desserts on a type 2 diabetic diet. According to the American Diabetes Association website “…experts agree you can eat foods with sugar (such as desserts) as long as you work them into your meal plan as you would any other carb-containing food.” These guidelines also apply to a range of sweeteners with calories, including honey, brown sugar, and molasses.

American Diabetes Services has a web page featuring your choice of a free diabetic dessert recipe on their website http://www.americandiabetes.com . The following diabetes dessert recipes can fit with a type 2 diabetic diet: broiled fruits with vanilla ice cream, raspberry mousse, diabetic brownies, lo-cal cheese cake, diabetic fudge, and oatmeal cookies.

“Diabetics should be practical when eating fats and sweets.” said Robert Weinroth, President of American Diabetes Services, a supplier of free diabetes supplies through Medicare and private insurance plans. “We have provided a choice of a free diabetic dessert recipe that you can include in your type 2 diabetic meal plan on our website. Proper planning makes eating desserts and maintaining blood sugar levels possible.”

American Diabetes Services, a leading supplier of diabetic testing supplies, offers these diabetic dessert recipes to help diabetics enjoy desserts without breaking their diet restrictions:

Broiled Fruits with Vanilla Ice Cream

Raspberry Mousse

Diabetic Brownies

Lo-Cal Cheese Cake

Diabetic Fudge

Orange Sunbeams

Oatmeal Cookies

Medical experts have increased their knowledge of the causes of diabetes. In the past, diabetics were told to eat no sugar, as experts believed that sugar increased blood glucose and caused diabetes. Recently, experts have come to believe that sugar has a similar effect on a diabetic’s blood glucose level as other carbohydrates, such as bread or potatoes. Diabetics can eat foods with sugar as long as they include them in a type 2 diabetic diet.

Lorne Yaffe, Vice President of American Diabetes Services added “We are proud to provide a suite of free services and free recipes for diabetics on our website. These free services include a free profile customers can complete to see if they qualify for free diabetes supplies, a range of easy diabetic recipes, and a page where visitors can find a free diabetic dessert recipe to support a type 2 diabetic diet.”

About http://www.AmericanDiabetes.com
American Diabetes is one of the nation's leading mail-order distributors of brand name diabetic supplies delivered directly to the individual's home. American Diabetes provides personalized customer service and reduced expenses to those with diabetes, often free diabetes supplies are delivered at no cost to the patient.

American Diabetes benefits include: free delivery directly to patient’s homes, no insurance paperwork to complete, no upfront costs or waiting weeks or months for reimbursement, diabetes supplies delivered at very low or no cost to you. American Diabetes is a supplier of all the leading national brands. Leading products include: One Touch Ultra, Accu-Chek Compact, and Abbott FreeStyle.

American Diabetes is a Medicare participating provider and specializes in providing supplies paid for by Medicare and we accept Medicare assignment. In addition, we support Private Insurance, Major Medical and Group Health Insurance Plans; we accept most plans in all 50 states with the exception of HMO's.

The American diabetes website includes free diabetes information, a free diabetes profile to see if you qualify for free diabetes supplies, a range of free easy dessert recipes, and a page where visitors can find a free diabetic dessert recipe to support their type 2 diabetic diet.

American Diabetes Services has a free form on their website about how you can qualify for free diabetic testing supplies To request American Diabetes Services, and to complete a free online form to see if you qualify for low cost or free diabetic supplies visit http://www.americandiabetes.com , or call toll free at 1-800-933-8085 to compete a free application over the phone.

Media Contacts: Jay Berkowitz, Ten Golden Rules, http://www.tengoldenrules.com, 561-716-1334 and Robert S. Weinroth, American Diabetes, http://www.americandiabetes.com, (561) 338-4900

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