Elizabeth Huggins, a dietitian, exercise physiologist and outpatient diabetes education coordinator at Hilton Head Hospital, right, points out food items for diabetics and pre-diabetics to look for - as well as those to avoid - while conducting a "Smart Diabetes Grocery Shopping" tour Wednesday at the Shelter Cove Piggly Wiggly on Hilton Head Island. Looking on are class members Tanda and Dennis Bianco of Hilton Head.
Elizabeth Huggins, a dietitian, exercise physiologist and outpatient diabetes education coordinator at Hilton Head Hospital, right, points out food items for diabetics and pre-diabetics to look for - as well as those to avoid - while conducting a "Smart Diabetes Grocery Shopping" tour Wednesday at the Shelter Cove Piggly Wiggly on Hilton Head Island. Looking on are class members Tanda and Dennis Bianco of Hilton Head. Jay Karr/The Island Packet
Elizabeth Huggins, a dietitian, exercise physiologist and outpatient diabetes education coordinator at Hilton Head Hospital, right, points out food items for diabetics and pre-diabetics to look for - as well as those to avoid - while conducting a "Smart Diabetes Grocery Shopping" tour Wednesday at the Shelter Cove Piggly Wiggly on Hilton Head Island. Looking on are class members Tanda and Dennis Bianco of Hilton Head. Jay Karr/The Island Packet

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July 19, 2011 12:01 AM

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