2. Don’t skip meals.
When you’re trying to cut calories, it can be tempting to forgo meals or replace them with juices. But eating whole foods at least every four to five hours is important for keeping your blood sugar stable, says Ricupero. She adds that juices are usually devoid of fibre and can therefore cause your blood sugar to rise quickly. A dietitian can help you safely reduce your daily calorie intake and make healthier choices.
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