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Navigating The Holiday Eating Season With Diabetes

Nearly 30 million children and adults in the U.S. have diabetes, and managing the holiday eating season - with or without diabetes - can be challenging. As the air cools, we start anticipating wonderful holiday tastes and aromas, which may make it hard to avoid over-indulging during the holiday seasons. With November being American Diabetes Month, and the unofficial kick off of marathon of holiday feasts, it's a good time to consider the importance of savoring nutritious food and practicing mindful eating.
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