From Wilmington, USA:
My spouse has just been diagnosed with gestational diabetes. What foods can she eat?
It sounds as if you and your spouse would benefit from meeting with a registered dietitian who specializes in gestational diabetes meal planning. Meal plans nowadays are more individualized in order to meet calorie needs for the mom and baby and normalize blood sugars.
To find such a dietitian, you can:
- Contact any nearby diabetes program, which may be located at a hospital, or medical school
- Contact the local office of your national diabetes association
- In the US, you could also call 1-800-TEAM-UP-4, a service of the American Association of Diabetes Educators
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