Oh sushi, that delicious combination of fresh seafood, vegetables—and carb-heavy rice! But don’t let the carbs deter you from enjoying sushi when you have diabetes.
Eating fish regularly is a good idea for everyone, but it’s especially beneficial for people with diabetes. Fish and shellfish contain many important nutrients and they’re also beneficial for heart health and blood sugar control.
Kidney disease is a common complication of diabetes, and diabetes is the leading cause of kidney disease in Canada. It is estimated that 50% of people with diabetes will have signs of kidney damage in their lifetime. Read on to learn if it is possible to reverse diabetic kidney disease.
People with diabetes are two to four times as likely to have a stroke compared to those without. They’re also at higher risk of a having a stroker earlier and with more severe outcomes.
How do you eat healthily with diabetes when you’re stuck on a long road trip? Aim to start and end these road trips on a healthy note for yourself or for someone close to you with diabetes, by following our 5 tips for healthy eating on the road.
Do you know extreme temperatures will make diabetes medications and blood glucose testing strips lose their effectiveness?