Do you think sugar free sweetener is healthy for diabetic patient?
Depends on the sweetener. Monksfruit, yacon, or stevia, then yes, probably.
No. Artificial sweeteners tend to force the brain into starvation mode because it tastes sweet, but isn't delivering anything. That's on top of a number of other side effects that aren't fully researched yet. The best food for a diabetic patient would be whole-foods in their original form (fruits, vegetables, and grains) without added condiments or toppings.
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