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Should I tell my doctor I am using glucose control drinks?

It is always a good idea for your healthcare provider or diabetes educator to know about any medications, supplements or other products that you use, including drinks to help control glucose, or blood sugar, levels. A healthcare professional can help correctly add glucose control drinks to your meal plan.

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