It’s a lifelong condition that can affect your everyday life, and left untreated it can cause a number of complications, for example eye problems, foot problems, heart attack and stroke.
To control your blood sugar level it’s advised people with diabetes type 2 make changes to their diet. Eating a healthy, balanced diet is key.
Your body is made up of nearly two-thirds water, so it’s important to drink enough fluid every day to stay hydrated and healthy.
But which drinks best control blood sugar levels? Diabetes UK lists five.