Safe? What's in the drink? Like Arielle said, you can eat and drink anything, you just have to be willing to keep track of how it affects you. I'd not waste insulin on a Monster Energy Drink as I'd rather have a bannana. The only effect the drink will have is raising your bg. Even low carb will do this.
They told me it wasn't that bad for a diabetic than a non-diabetic, it affects your heart and some people can have heart attacks with those drinks. Also, it is not approved from the FDA. I drink it once in a while cause my sugar levels go high. Like yesterday i had one and i woke up with 276.
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