The answer to this question depends on two things: what kind of sugar, and what kind of Diabetes.
If you mean processed sugar, than there's no need to ever eat that, really. You can choose to in moderation (talk to your doctor about the best time of day or circumstance for you), but your body has no need for processed (white) sugar, and it's really not helpful for anyone's body.
If you mean natural sugars, than yes, your body needs them. However, your body can make them just fine from healthier forms of carbohydrates like whole-grains and fiber-rich fruit (eaten again, in moderation).
As for the second question (what kind of diabetes), it matters greatly if you are a type-1 on insulin or a type-2 (who might be diet-controlled, medicine-controlled, or perhaps on insulin to help control). Type-1s really should limit their white-sugar intake to right before exercise. Type-2s should work it into their meal plans.
Diabetics can eat any kind of food, it is just a matter of managing blood sugar levels.
you should not eat fish, which has too much fat, and you should not eat veggies which are bad for blood sugar.
diabetics so not need to eat a lump of sugar who ever told you that must have been tricking you. i have type 1 diabetes and i know for a fact you do not need to eat a lump of sugar.
Diabetics should eat plenty of whole grains and fresh fruit instead of processed flour and processed sugar. Provided you are not lactose intolerant dairy products like milk and cheese are fine to eat. Meat is also fine for diabetics to eat.
Diabetics have to be careful about what they eat, but corn starch is not nearly as risky as sugar.
It will make a rise in your sugar
Carrot does have sugar. It is relatively high in carbohydrates. Some diabetics can eat a small to moderate amount of carrot. Other diabetics cannot eat any carrot at all.
It is not advised by doctors for diabetics to eat honey. This is because it still contains glucose, which can still increase the blood sugar level.No. Honey is pure sugar.
No, in fact they have to eat a certain amount to help maintain blood sugar level.
Yes, diabetics can eat everything any regular person can eat, they just have to keep track of how much sugar they eat.
Diabetics don't have enough natural insulin to break down sugar. High sugar levels can damage the body.
Diabetics have the certain amount of sugar that they should have per day/week/month so they should be fine-Depending on what kind of candy you eat.
No, only if the candy is sugar free. Sugar is a diabetics enemy.
Both type 1 and type 2 diabetics can eat sugar -- in fact, if their blood sugar gets too low, they need it. However, they should monitor their sugar consumption by keeping track of their blood sugar and insulin intake.
Since your mother is diabetic, she should stay away from foods that are high in sugar count. She should not eat sugar or candies that may increase her sugar count. She should eat lots of fruits and vegetables. She should check with her nutritionist for more information.
Diabetics should avoid food high in sugars, as the sugar is digested quickly and eating a lot at once can overload their body's ability to maintain homeostasis of blood sugar levels. Diabetics should not even eat a piece of fruit without adding protein to it first, such as ricotta cheese - protein slows the digestion of it, so that the body can deal with the sugar. Along the same lines, diabetics should eat low GI foods. These are foods that are metabolised slowly.
Diabetics cannot eat sugar so food they would receive would not have any sugar. They also need to watch their carb intake. Different services provide different foods.
diabetics are always hungry because they never eat enough sugar because of their diet, and life with out sugar makes you hungry.
Diabetics can eat a number of things you jst have to check with your doctor to have a balanced diet
Most fruits are safe for diabetics. You can still eat bananas, apples, strawberries, blueberries and melons. Stay away from plums, however, because they have alot of sugar.
No, salt has nothing to do with blood sugar control.
A good recipe for diabetics should be sugar-free or low sugar and low carb. It has to include a lot of vegetables and some fruits. It has to be variable, so the person don't get bored to eat the same thing every day.
Diabetics can eat cheese puffs. They are not a very healthy snack so they should be eaten in moderation.