People with diabetes can occasionally have sweets according to a healthy meal plan with exercise.
Many food companies claim to be sugar-free or added no sugar. But these foods still contain calories and carbohydrates that can impact a person’s blood sugar levels.
A high-fiber diet can lower blood sugar levels, taking more than 50 grams a day. High-fiber diets also help lose weight and stay fit and regular, including fresh fruits and vegetables and whole-grain bread.
However, a diabetes patient can occasionally have sweets but cannot enjoy them daily.