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14 October 2011

Ayoba soccer snacks

We're already halfway through the 2010 Soccer World Cup but the soccer fever is still running high and the vuvuzelas are still sounding.

We're already halfway through the 2010 Soccer World Cup but the soccer fever is still running high and the vuvuzelas are still sounding. Any proudly South African celebration always includes some good food, and as a person with diabetes, there's certainly no reason why you should feel left out.

You already know that you should steer away from high-fat, high-sugar and high-salt foods. Also stick to small portions and replace some of your favourite snacks with healthy and tasty alternatives, and you're on your way to a healthy, guilt-free World Cup experience.

Here are some helpful tips:

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