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Should I eat reduced-fat peanut butter if I have diabetes?

In most cases, the answer is no. Peanut butter is a wonder food and should be eaten in its most natural form to get all of its goodness. Yes, it's high in calories, but it contains healthy, beneficial oils. It's also satisfying and filling so you don't need much.

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