Preparing healthy meals and snacks that are quick, tasty and don’t require a trip to the grocery store depends a lot on what you have on hand.
Are anti-inflammatory diets recommended for people with diabetes?
Inflammation becomes harmful when it is prolonged and begins to damage healthy cells. Persistent inflammation underlies a variety of chronic medical conditions, including diabetes. To reduce levels of inflammation an anti-inflammatory diet can be helpful.
Diabetes and the ketogenic diet
Carbohydrate-containing foods such as bread, cereal and fruit are the body’s main source of energy. When you eat these foods they turn into glucose (sugar) and the body uses that glucose as fuel.
Eat healthy and save money too!
People with diabetes and pre-diabetes have very good cause to make healthier food choices; the prices at the checkout counter of the grocery store should not be a factor in our ability to eat healthier. You can eat healthy and save money too.
Healthier alternatives for diabetes meal planning
Eating healthy is one of the cornerstones of managing diabetes. Despite what many people believe,
Carb counting: a meal planning solution that offers flexibility
Carbohydrate counting or “carb counting,” is a meal planning technique for managing blood glucose levels that is based on the premise that carbohydrate-containing foods have the greatest effect on blood glucose compared to foods that contain mainly protein or fat.