“Sticking it to diabetes” or yourself?

It’s not that you can’t have a cupcake.  You can.  You should, if you really want one.  But I have a hard time subscribing to the “eat cupcakes to stick it to diabetes” mentality.   Sticking it to diabetes by way of consuming mass amounts of excessively-sweet carbohydrates doesn’t make me feel like I’m sticking it to diabetes.  Instead, I feel like I’m sticking it to myself, creating a tough-to-manage situation.Kerri Sparling

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