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Hi everyone,


I was wondering if anybody else here is diabetic and what you do for snacks.  I'm fed up with veggies as I eat these with every meal!  I'm a pescatarian too, so meat isn't an option. 


Until my bladder started to be a problem I used to happily have cheese, yogurts, soya milk, nuts and small amounts of dark chocolate, but I can't tolerate any of these things anymore.  I've tried going without, but I end up ravenous and narky in the afternoon by the time it gets to around half three!


Any ideas would be really helpful


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Hi there and thanks for the post......I would perhaps suggest speaking to the COB Office and arranging to speak to their diet specialist as she has a much better understanding of your dietary needs.


Regards, Emma


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Hi Emma,


Thanks for the reply, it's probably a good idea to speak with someone about this who can maybe give me some guidance.





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