Corn is a delicious and nutritious vegetable and can certainly be part of your diabetes diet. What about popcorn? Or corn chips? Read on to learn about diabetes and corn.
This super yummy corn salad is the perfect addition to any summer BBQ dinner. You can make it ahead or serve it right off the grill.
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.
Normally, the insulin in your body allows your cells to convert blood sugar into energy. But when you have insulin resistance, your cells aren’t responding properly, which causes blood sugar levels to rise. Here’s a look at the signs and symptoms of insulin resistance to watch for, as well as the ways you can help prevent it from becoming a concern in your life.
Potatoes are full of important nutrients and, when prepared in a healthy manner, are fairly low in calories. Read on to learn about the health benefits of potatoes.
If you have prediabetes, maintaining a healthy weight can help prevent you from getting diabetes. And, if you have diabetes, the good news is that studies have shown that losing even a little weight can improve your diabetes control and reduce the risk of complications.