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What kind of diet will help treat diabetic peripheral neuropathy?

Managing blood glucose is a primary part of diabetic peripheral neuropathy treatment. If you keep your blood glucose levels within their target range, you will help prevent further nerve damage. Your food choices significantly affect blood glucose, so speak to a nutritionist about designing a special diet. This will not entail giving up flavorful meals, it just means making healthy choices that incorporate fresh vegetables, fruits, and whole grains. This will also help maintain a healthy weight, which aids in controlling blood glucose.

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