- Apple Cinnamon TeaThis apple cinnamon tea tastes like comfort in a mug! Infused with aromatic spices of the holiday season, this apple cinnamon tea is suitable for holiday festivities or a cozy night in.
- An attitude of optimism can jump-start your diabetes self-careIn this blog, we look deeper into how to shift out of a negative view and awaken optimism. Optimism is a critical factor in living with any chronic illness and, for diabetes care, it is essential.
- How to have a diabetes-friendly ThanksgivingThanksgiving—whether you’re hosting or joining family or friends—is often associated with elaborate, decadent meals and desserts that can throw blood sugars out of whack. But just because you have diabetes doesn’t mean you can’t partake in the feasting and festivities.
- Lentil Shepherd's PieThis lentil shepherd's pie is the perfect family-friendly dinner to enjoy over the holiday season or simply during a cold weekday night. It is also loaded with fiber, protein, and flavour!
- Curried Cauliflower with Mint Yogurt SauceThis roasted curry cauliflower is as delicious as it is easy on the eyes. This colourful and flavourful vegetable side-dish is made extra tasty when combined with a homemade mint yogurt sauce.
- Pumpkin Protein SmoothieThis pumpkin protein smoothie not only tastes like fall but also provides 10 grams of protein per serving!
- Chocolate Pumpkin Chia PuddingThis chocolate pumpkin chia pudding doubles as a nutrient-dense breakfast and flavourful dessert perfect for the Thanksgiving season. Not only does it taste like fall, but it is also loaded with protein and fiber.
- Canadian milk and alternative milk products for people with diabetesThere are a variety of milk and milk alternative products for people with diabetes. Some of the common types of milk that people consume include dairy cow’s milk, organic cow’s milk, lactose-free cow’s milk, goat milk, almond milk, soy milk, rice milk, oat milk and coconut milk beverage.
- Best exercises for diabetes with high blood pressureMany people with diabetes also suffer from heart disease, including high blood pressure. Read this article to learn about the best exercises for diabetes and high blood pressure.
- 10 healthier alternatives to highly processed foodsMost of us rely on the convenience of highly processed foods sometimes. However, when it comes to making healthy food choices, it’s best to reduce your intake of highly processed foods and replace them with healthier alternatives.
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