My aunt is currently close to undergoing a knee replacement surgery and she will be in my care while she recovers. She has type 2 diabetes, which has been fairly uncontrolled through out the years. This recent upset about having to have a knee replacement done has encouraged her to get her diabetes under control and lose weight. My question is, how do I provide her with the best care to keep her going on the right track? Her answer for now is to eat as little as possible for the weight loss and to consume less sugar. I could be wrong, but I throught it was important for her, being a diabetic, to eat more often, just to be careful of what she eats. If anyone can give me any thoughts or ideas on how to help her and what kind of foods she should be eating it would be greatly appreciated!
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