Learn to make smart food choices, eat more fruits, vegetables and whole grains and cut carbs where you can.
A new study finds that eating whole grain can prevent Type 2 diabetes, up to 34 percent in men, and 22 percent in women. The study, which was
By now you probably have discovered that eating the ‘wrong’ foods can raise your blood sugar and insulin levels, leading to inflammation and a
By: Dr. Sheri Colberg I have many people ask me if they can follow a low-carb diet and still do significant exercise and training for
By: Theresa Garnero, BC-ADM, MSN, CDE. Jeopardy Cocktail: Mix one part diabetes, one part alcohol, and you take your chances. This article reviews a
New research indicates that the ketogenic diet, which are low carbohydrate, high-fat eating plans that are known to lead to weight loss, may cause an
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
By: Lara Rondinelli, RD, LDN, CDE People with diabetes need to take special care of their hearts because of their increased risk of heart
Is it time to slash the salt? If everyone in America cut their salt intake to no more than 1,500 mg a day (the equivalent of 2/3 of a teaspoon), 16
Summertime, for most, is a time to indulge in cool and tempting treats like ice cream, but it may not be that easy for someone with type 2 diabetes.
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