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With this healthy meal plan for diabetes, you'll feel great and keep your blood sugar balanced as you lose weight. At 1,500 calories, you can lose up to 2 pounds per week, which is seen as healthy and sustainable weight loss that will help you keep the weight off for good. Featuring tons of fresh fruits and vegetables, whole grains, lean protein and healthy fats, the day is full of delicious foods to keep you feeling energized and satisfied.
Whether they're crimes you secretly commit when you think no one is looking, acts you witnessed others committing, or well-known bad habits you don't intend on breaking anytime soon (despite requests from family members or roommates)—we bet you've done at least one, if not all of these things.
You want to start the day with a meal that's good for your body—and soon, you'll have one that's good for the planet too. Cascadian Farm has created a new cereal to help scale up production of Kernza—a new type of wheat that's poised to turn traditional agriculture on its ear. Here's how.
In this simple clean-eating meal plan for summer, we answer the question of what to eat to lose weight, with a week of delicious and healthy whole foods. The recipes in this plan come together quickly and without too much effort, which means you'll have an easier time sticking to the plan and will have more time in general to enjoy the busy summer months.
So you need a gift idea. Actually, you needed it yesterday. Besides a Target gift card (and yes, that will always be a great gift), you wonder: What could a high school or college grad want—or need?
Fortunately, EatingWell's editors are ready and waiting with our favorite grad gift idea: a cookbook! After an informal staff survey, we've pulled together this list of the best cookbooks to give graduates at every level of cooking ability, from can't-even-use-a-microwave to budding chef.
Both obesity and type 2 diabetes have been on the rise in adolescents and young adults over the last 30-40 years. While the potential long-term consequences of obesity have been well documented, scientists are now beginning to study the effects of an early type 2 diabetes diagnosis.