When thinking about diabetes management and healthy eating, carbohydrates get all the attention. Fat, however, is also important for people with diabetes. In order to understand how fat fits into a healthy eating plan, it is important to understand the different types of fat and their effects on our body.
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.
Nuts are excellent sources of many vitamins and nutrients. They also have numerous health benefits for people with diabetes, including lowering blood sugar and cholesterol, and reducing your risk of heart disease.
These bite sized portions are perfect for an occasional indulgence. This lightened-up version of the old favourite has a healthier oat and nut base that gives these little cakes the perfect texture.
No single food or vitamin, by itself, can boost your immunity. That’s why it’s important to follow a healthy diet overall.