Learn to make smart food choices, eat more fruits, vegetables and whole grains and cut carbs where you can.
When you sit down to grab a snack or eat your meal, knowing the number of carbs in the food you eat goes a long way to help you manage your weight
Starchy vegetables are an excellent source of carbohydrate, fiber, minerals, vitamins, and antioxidants. While they are a good source of energy and
Bread has been identified to be among the ten widely eaten foods worldwide, but has, however, been known to pose some health risk to people living
Diabetes has today grown to be an epidemic chronic disease plaguing both children and adults worldwide. When left uncontrolled, diabetes may lead to
A healthy, balanced diet includes the proper concentration of fats, carbohydrates, and protein. Increasing or reducing any of the nutrients may not
There’s much discussion about diets with high protein and diabetes. Diets rich in protein for type 2 diabetes patients are controversial. High
People who have lost a lot of weight and kept it off tend to be breakfast eaters, and breakfast eating is associated with lower body mass index
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
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
Just a tiny slice, please! And a medium scoop of ice cream, and a little bit of fruit. Uh-oh. For a lot of foods, it can be tricky to know just
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