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Hi everybody, I'm 18 and a college student and was diagnosed with Type 1 diabetes this past Saturday. I was wondering what everybody reccomended as snacks? I've been having a lot of nuts and seeds, such as peanuts, cashews, pumpkin seeds, sunflower seeds,etc.
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i eat unbuttered popcorn, jello, sugar free popcicles, and cheese or ham and i like to roll the ham and cheese up as a little protein free snack
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Hi lonngislander,

Here’s some advice from the MedHelp website and our Sugar Sense app on diabetes-friendly snacks.
http://www.medhelp.org/diabetes/slideshows/Diabetes-Friendly-Snacks/187

You can find this on the app by going to the home screen, and clicking the menu bar in the upper left corner. Tap Health Guide, then scroll to Eat Right. Scroll down for "4 Diabetes-Friendly Snacks." Hope this helps!
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For snacks I usually go with like salad and things of that nature. If I need a little boost I'll eat dinner peanut butter crackers
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I do wasabi soy almonds! Real good and 28 nuts are only 6g carbs! I also do pears in light syrup it's only like 12g of carbs...I'm quite active during the day so it's a great snack
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