A common complaint I’ve heard from people living with diabetes is how difficult it can be to find a snack that won’t raise blood sugar, is convenient to carry and is good for you.
If you have gastroparesis, a common complication of diabetes, there are some dietary changes you can make to help improve your symptoms. Read this expert blog to learn about the gastroparesis diet and diabetes.
Pasta is a kitchen pantry staple. It’s inexpensive, versatile, requires little cooking expertise and it’s delicious. Read on to get 7 tips about choosing and using pasta for your diabetes diet.
Snacks can be part of a diabetes diet. The important thing is to choose healthier options – such as those with lower levels of carbohydrate, fat and sodium – and check your portion size. Read this expert blog to learn about navigating the grocery store for snacks.
Most 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.
Chocolate is perhaps the most frequently craved food, especially among women. It may be because when we eat sweet and high-fat foods – such as chocolate – serotonin is released, making us feel happier. Who doesn’t want to feel happier?