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All information provided in The Traffic Light Guide to Food is intended to be a general guide and educational resource only, for people with diabetes and their carers. It does not replace medical advice. Any concerns which readers have about their diabetes and its treatment should be discussed with their doctor and diabetes team. Whilst all reasonable efforts have been made to ensure the accuracy of the information in the books, eBooks or website, the NSW Department of Health and Northern Sydney Local Health District accepts no responsibility for the accuracy of the information or for any error or omission and shall not be responsible for any decisions made based on such information.
In reference to the “Carbohydrate Exchange Lists”, please note that the nutritional composition of foods may vary depending on natural biological variations in their composition (such as fruits and vegetables) and differ according to brands and manufacturing process or as a result of changes to ingredients.

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Stop to Consider Where These Foods Fit In
Some examples
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Get Ready to Maximise the Benefits of Carbs
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Go Ahead and Include These Foods Freely
Frequently Asked Questions
What is Diabetes?
Type 1 Diabetes
Type 2 Diabetes
Gestational Diabetes
Other Types of Diabetes
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