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    Carbohydrate craving
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    Maur1216 posted:
    I often wake up craving carbohydrates. Any insight into this or suggestions on how to handle the cravings? Also, my blood glucose levels are always within normal limits when I get the cravings, so it is not hypoglycemia
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    davedsel responded:
    If you wake up in the morning craving carbs, then you are probably hungry. You can eat a moderate amount of a whole grain carb that you know does not raise your blood glucose readings along with some lean protein for breakfast.

    Have you seen a nutritionist, dietician or certified diabetes education to help you develop a good eating plan that works for you? That would be a good idea.
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