Cambria and Blair counties have the most known diabetics in the United States.
I am a type 2 diabetic on insulin. Carbohydrates as well as sugars are to be counted for three meals and two snacks daily.
If one can find low-carb and low- or no-sugar products, one must pay three to four times more than the price for the regular items. Why?
I've contacted grocery store managers and was told action would be taken. More than a year later, nothing.
When I visited my daughter in Norwood, Mass., I took an empty suitcase and filled it up with needed products at regular prices.
I am privileged to receive Meals on Wheels.
It should consider listing the carbs on its daily meals.
Cambria County was recently named 64th of 67 counties in Pennsylvania as the most unhealthy. Diabetics please take action with stores now.
Jo Ann Kuzak Gremillion, Cresson