If you’re a fan of milk, cheese or other dairy products, remember that they do have an impact on diabetes.
Should I switch to a plant-based diet if I have diabetes?
We know that healthy eating plays a key role in helping us manage diabetes and prediabetes. But research is showing that eating a diet particularly high in plant-based foods can be even more beneficial compared to other meal plans.
Diabetes and fasting? Yes or no? How to do it more safely
On occasion, people with diabetes are required to fast. This may be in preparation for a test or for religious reasons.
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.
Why protein is an important part of your meal planning
Unlike fat and carbohydrates, the body does not store protein, and therefore has no reservoir to draw on when it needs a new supply. That’s why everyone – including people with diabetes – needs to include foods that contain protein in their diet.
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.