Setting goals for healthy eating doesn’t have to happen all at once. In fact, if you set and achieve a goal each day – or each week – you’ll have something to celebrate!
Eating healthy to prevent diabetes complications
Having diabetes can mean having a greater risk for heart disease and high blood pressure, kidney disease, eye problems and nerve damage than people without diabetes.
Type 2 diabetes meal planning
Discover how healthy eating can help people with type 2 diabetes meet diabetes management targets. Find out how a diabetes meal plan and food portion control can help you eat well and live well.
Apple cider vinegar to the rescue?
Apple cider vinegar has been getting a lot of press for its purported health-boosting qualities. But before you add it to your diabetes diet, here’s the low-down on its benefits and risks.
EXPERTS ANSWER COVID-19 QUESTIONS: Healthy Lifestyle Habits
In this last of a four-part series, nurse and Certified Diabetes Educator, Gail MacNeill, discusses healthy lifestyle habits during COVID-19 with registered dietitian, Lauren Rose. Here are their insights.
Keeping a food journal can help you lose weight in the new year
A new year often brings new resolutions. For many, a New Year resolution is to lose weight. For some, this resolution is made annually, with little success.