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Why should I eat non-starchy vegetables if I have diabetes?

Eat more! You don't often hear that when you have diabetes, but non-starchy vegetables are one food group where you can satisfy your appetite. Vegetables are full of vitamins, minerals, fiber, and phytochemicals -- and with so few calories and carbohydrate, everyone can enjoy more!

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