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Hello! I just visited the doctor for the first time in my adult life and found out I am anemic, prediabetic, and have narcolepsy. I've been trying to find out what foods to avoid, any help with that would be much appreciated! Thanks!

Thanks for your question. Unfortunately, I can't answer questions about medical conditions over the internet. I recommend that you talk to your healthcare provider about this. You can also ask for a referral to a registered dietitian who will have access to your medical records and can help you develop a plan for your diet.

I am looking for recipes for someone who has Cirrhosis and diabetes.

Thank you for your question. Unfortunately, we cannot offer nutrition advice for medical concerns over the internet. I encourage you to speak with you healthcare professional and request to speak with a Registered Dietitian (RD), who you can work with to create a diet plan perfect for you.

Once you meet with a RD, you two can discover healthy recipes on EatFresh.org to fit within your diet plan. Together, look through the recipes under the "Low Added Sugar" tab here. I wish you the best!

Hello, I was recently diagnosed with pre-diabetes where i am at a 5.7 H which is how bad I am. What would you recommend for how much carbs I need to look at?

Thanks for your question! Unfortunately, I can't answer medical questions over the internet. It's best to talk to your healthcare provider about your specific dietary needs based on your medical history. You can ask your doctor for a referral to meet with a registered dietitian (RD) to come up with a plan together.

You might find it helpful to read these pages on preventing diabetes and eating a healthy diet:

Hello, I wanted to know how can I eat healthier food. I am a diabetic.

Hi there! The good news is that eating healthy can help you control your blood sugar and improve the effects of your diabetes.

I am not able to provide specific advice for medical nutrition therapy related questions. Ask your doctor for a referral to a Registered Dietitian in your area who can help you create a personalized plan based on your own health history. In the meantime, you may find some of these healthy eating tips helpful! 

Hi, good afternoon. I have a question on gestational diabetes and the need for insulin. Can she change with diet? She is very concerned and is a SNAP participant.

Thank you for your concern. Unfortunately I am not able to answer medical nutrition therapy questions over the internet. I would recommend you go to your primary care doctor and OG-GYN to help you with the gestational diabetes. They can also refer you to a Registered Dietitian in your are to provide individualized support. 

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