Dietary Tips

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Everything you Should Know about Whey Protein and Diabetes

Recommendations have been made for people living with diabetes to consume foods that digest more slowly and causes a slower rise in blood sugar. …

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High Protein Diet and Diabetes: Benefits and Side Effects

There’s much discussion about diets with high protein and diabetes. Diets rich in protein for type 2 diabetes patients are controversial. High …

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Should you Follow a Low Glycemic Index Diet?

Could a diet low in Glycemic Index be beneficial to you?  The Glycemic Index (GI) provides a measure of how quickly blood sugars rise after …

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Experts Weigh-in on the Paleo Diet and Diabetes

There’s been a buzz in the diet-world about the Paleo diet and many want to know if the diet is good for people with diabetes or not.  New …

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Can Type 2 Diabetes be Reversed?

More research is pointing to the fact that diabetes can be reversed with a tight control on diet, exercise and medication. A recent study published …

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Great Food Swaps for Diabetes

When you’re living with diabetes, food swaps can mean the difference between deprived and delicious. Check out these great stand-ins for your …

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Great Food Swaps for Diabetes—Chocolate

Do you love Goobers and Raisinets? Strawberries dipped in chocolate? Chocolate-covered macadamia nuts? With all the latest news on the health …

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Great Food Swaps for Diabetes—Crunchy Coating

Some things just aren’t the same without a crunchy crust around them, but a coating made with flour or bread crumbs can turn a healthy dish …

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Great Food Swaps for Diabetes—Root Beer Float

If you’re vigilant about your sugar intake, one old-fashioned treat that you would never even consider is a root beer float. Sugary soda with a …

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Great Food Swaps for Diabetes—French Fries

Using sweet potatoes or the crunchy vegetable called jicama (pronounced hik’-a-ma), you can enjoy crisp, salty fries now and then without the …

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