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From Mason City, Iowa, USA:

I am a nurse at a day care center which has three children with diabetes (ages 18 months to 5 years), and I am looking for a list of foods which contain no carbohydrates, if there is such a list.


There are several publications which give guidance for amounts of foods to eat for a serving. A good resource for carbohydrate, as well as protein and fat content is Exchange lists for Meal Planning published by the American Diabetes Association. There is a portion of the booklet that details low carbohydrate and free foods.


Original posting 17 Feb 2002
Posted to Meal Planning, Food and Diet


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