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Can a diabetic eat chocolate ?

Diabetics do not need to completely cut out chocolate from their diet. Chocolate can be eaten in moderate quantities by people with diabetes, as long as it is eaten as part of a healthy diet or combined with exercise. Chocolate does not trigger a high glycaemic response because the fat that it contains slows down its absorption. However, to avoid any risks, diabetic patients should discuss this question with their doctor.

Belcolade does also produce a range of no sugar added chocolates.