If you have diabetes, it’s important that you choose healthy snacks to satisfy your hunger cravings between meals, especially when you’re travelling.
We’ve heard about the importance of eating vegetables as part of a healthy diet. But did you know there are some key Canadian-grown vegetables that are particularly beneficial when you have diabetes?
People with diabetes need to protect their feet, especially if they have had the condition for some time. That’s because nerve damage (known as “neuropathy”) can cause reduced sensation in the feet. Proper shoes offer support and protection for your feet. Read on to learn more about diabetic shoes.
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.
Eggs are a very healthy option for people with diabetes. They’re low in calories (one egg contains only 80 calories). Eggs are also low in fat and high in protein and full of essential vitamins and nutrients. Check out these 5 great reasons to include eggs in your diabetes diet!
You may think you need to avoid fruits when you have diabetes because they can raise your blood sugars. But if you watch portion sizes there are plenty of Canadian fruits that fit well within your diabetes diet—and they’re packed with nutrients to boot. Here are the 10 best Canadian fruits to try when you have diabetes.