This would enable you to determine which foods increase or decrease your blood glucose levels, as well as which activities help to keep blood sugar levels in check.

The charity highlighted that “nearly two-thirds” of our body is made up of water, meaning you need to drink enough fluids every day to stay hydrated and healthy.

It added: “Water, tea, coffee, milk, fruit juices and smoothies all count.” However, it does matter what you drink when trying to manage your diabetes.

The organisation recommends “herbal teas” as most “are caffeine-free”, suggesting that Diabetes UK approves the use of ginger tea.



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