A healthily stocked kitchen is the key to maintaining healthy eating habits. Use these tips for stocking a diabetes-friendly kitchen
Birthdays are for celebrating, and there’s no better way to indulge than with a delicious birthday cake! With a few tweaks to ingredients and toppings, baking a birthday cake can be healthier than store-bought options and tastier as well.
It is very common during the winter months for many of us start to crave high-carb (carbohydrate) comfort foods. Read on and learn how to fit comfort food into a diabetes diet plan.
Pasta is one of the most popular foods in Canada. It is a versatile, inexpensive and quick-to-prepare option. Whether served cold as a pasta salad, or as a steaming bowl of noodles with your preferred sauce, pasta is a staple in most homes.
Picture a food you love. Now imagine being told you should never eat that food again. When a person is diagnosed with diabetes, this is often the message they perceive from those around them – especially when it comes to carbohydrates.