Having diabetes doesn't have to mean severely limiting treats and sweets. You can enjoy holidays and special occasions, as long as you know what food has or will be eaten and by covering the carbohydrates in that food with the appropriate amount of insulin. The following pages contain information that will help you.
- Halloweeen Candy Carb Values
- Trick-of-Treat for Diabetes by Kim Gosselin is a book about Halloween and kids with diabetes.
- Transcript of Halloween Chat from October 19, 1999
- Halloween Treats from Diabetic Lifestyle offers tips for helping kids with diabetes at Halloween.
Last Updated: Thursday February 27, 2014 19:28:20
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