- 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.
- 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.
- Spicy Roasted Green BeansThese spicy roasted green beans make for the perfect side-dish or appetizer and are a delicious way to get in your greens!
- Simple habit changes that make exercising easierI’m sure I’m not the first (or even the tenth!) person to tell you that exercise is a critical tool for managing diabetes. If you exercise regularly, great! If not, what’s stopping you? Lack of time? Motivation?
- Time to check inWhen it’s time to check in with your diabetes healthcare team, make sure you come prepared! Whether it’s a daily blood sugar check, or an annual eye examination, regular testing is a very important part of your diabetes management.
- Foods that help stabilize spikes and dips in your blood sugarIn managing diabetes, it’s essential to avoid major fluctuations (dips and spikes) in your blood sugar, which can be taxing on the body and lead to future health complications.
- Diabetes and dried fruitDried fruit is fruit that has had almost all of its water content removed. The fruit shrinks during the drying process, making it much more calorie- and carbohydrate-dense than fresh or canned fruit.
- At home exerciseThere are lots of resistance and cardio exercises you can do at home. Many of these exercises require minimal equipment and offer maximum benefits!
- The benefits of an exercise buddyMany of us are committed to trying to follow a program of regular physical activity. We know how important this is, We’ve taken a look at some of the benefits of an exercise buddy, and have some tips on how to link up with an appropriate work-out partner.
- Diabetes and arthritisThere are many types of arthritis, but the two most common ones are osteoarthritis (which involves wear and tear on cartilage and joints) and rheumatoid arthritis (an autoimmune disease).
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