By: Lori Zanini, RD, CDE. Medically Reviewed by Natalie Butler, RD, LD. Almonds, pistachios, popcorn … your office desk drawer is probably already
Having type 1 diabetes herself for the last 25 years, Holly Hackman, a clinical dietitian and certified diabetes educator at Memorial Care Long
We’ve compiled a list of great summertime fruits that will help you gain tons of healthy antioxidants, vitamins, and fiber while also
Summer is here, and many tasty fruits and vegetables abound. Let’s take a look at some very good summertime vegetable choices to fill up your
Summer is the time to unwind and spend with friends and family. And, as we know, most gatherings are not complete without food. But how should
Recommendations have been made for people living with diabetes to consume foods that digest more slowly and causes a slower rise in blood sugar.
There’s much discussion about diets with high protein and diabetes. Diets rich in protein for type 2 diabetes patients are controversial. High
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
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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