A Grow-Your-Own-Salsa Container Garden Plan

Salsa: it's one of America's favorite condiments! If you love to slather this spicy red sauce on tacos, enchiladas, raw veggies and chips, then you'll love growing all the ingredients yourself in a backyard salsa container garden. All you need are a few pots, potting soil, plants, sunshine and occasional watering. Then you have what you need to make a batch—or several—of this fresh Tomato Salsa recipe.

Foods That You Can Grow Indoors

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When outdoor garden space is limited, or the weather outside is too cold, your windowsill can serve as a small-space garden for certain edible plants, such as leafy greens and herbs.

10 Things to Do When You Find Out You Have Diabetes

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It's tempting -- and even sounds logical -- to skip meals: You're busy, you're not hungry, you're trying to lose weight, or your blood sugar is too high.

The Dangers of Skipping Meals When You Have Diabetes

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Pictured recipe: Mushroom Scrambled Eggs

Vegetables You Can Eat from Root to Stem

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The average American household wastes about $2,000 worth of food a year. Fighting food waste sounds smart, right? What it doesn't sound: delicious.

Why Are Fasting Glucose Levels High?

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Pictured Recipe: Air-Fryer Crispy Chickpeas

The Best Time to Check Blood Glucose After a Meal

Q: I was recently diagnosed with type 2 diabetes. Should I check my blood glucose two hours from when I start eating or after I finish eating my meal?

A: Most of the food you consume will be digested and raises blood glucose in one to two hours. To capture the peak level of your blood glucose, it is best to test one to two hours after you start eating.