Eating out nowadays is a fairly common occurrence and people living with diabetes are no exception. According to food consumption statistics, we spend about 50% more on eating out today than we did 30 years ago.
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.
As our lives get busier and our hectic schedules make it necessary to rely on quick and easy meals, the key to less stress and healthier eating is to take the time to do some meal planning in advance.
Cereals can be an excellent option for breakfast, but it’s important to make smart choices. Read all about healthy cereal options in this expert blog.
Portion control helps you to eat the amount of food your body needs, and also helps you maintain a healthy weight, or lose weight, if needed. Read this expert blog to learn more about diabetes and portion control.
What’s for dinner? If you’re like most people you revert to the same few meals week after week and might find yourself in a bit of a rut.