Most different faiths have something in common when it comes to holiday festivities at this time of year.
After being diagnosed with diabetes, you likely sat down with the dietitian and drew up a plan, went out and stocked up with healthy foods, and started eating more healthily. And now, just weeks later, you’re back to your old eating habits.
You’ve probably heard about the Mediterranean diet and its benefits, especially for people with diabetes.
A diabetes diet is a healthy eating plan that helps to manage blood glucose levels.
A 2010 Ipsos-Reid survey shows that 73% of Canadians regularly take natural health products (NHPs) like vitamins and minerals, herbal products, and homeopathic medicines.
Coming up with ideas for packed lunches can be challenging at the best of times and for children or adults with diabetes, the task can seem impossible.