Unsweetened, No Added Sugar, Sugar-Free, Less Sugar. Think they all mean the same thing? Not really! Nutrition claims for sugar can be very misleading and confusing.
If you live with or care for a person with diabetes, it comes as no surprise that hypoglycemia (or low blood glucose) presents a serious threat to a person’s physical health.
You may be familiar with the advice that, when grocery shopping, it’s best to shop the perimeter of the store where fresh foods such as fruits, vegetables, milk products, meat and fish are usually found. This article will focus on navigating the grocery store for fruits.
Cinnamon is a flavourful solution for diabetes – studies have been done to investigate a potential role for cinnamon in the treatment of type 2 diabetes.
Up to 50% of people with diabetes demonstrate signs of kidney damage in their lifetime, so managing kidney disease along with diabetes is quite common.
Our series on navigating the grocery store takes us to the milk and milk products aisle, another important food group for healthy eating.