When it comes to contracts and business documents, we always remember to “read the fine print.” But how closely we are we reading the information on the labels of the food that we put into our bodies? Many of us often overlook the nutrition labels on our food outside of looking at calories or ingredients. For a diabetic, however, the labels can be a lifesaver. That’s because to manage your diabetes properly, you need to be aware of everything you are eating and drinking. Understanding the label should be one the first steps you take when diagnosed with Diabetes. Here’s what you should be looking at to make healthier choices and obtain information about how the food may affect your blood sugar level.