Searching for relief for your runny nose, sore throat, or cough? Many over-the-counter cough, cold, and flu remedies list diabetes as an underlying condition that may indicate you should leave the medication on the shelf.
Pictured Recipe: Spinach & Egg Scramble with Raspberries
Changing the Path to Type 2
A whopping 86 million Americans have prediabetes. That’s according to the latest statistics from the U.S.
Contrary to common belief, you can enjoy chips as a snack, even if you have diabetes. While you'll still need to keep an eye on sodium and be carb-conscious, you don't have to ban the foods you love from your diet. We'll show you how to make sense of what's on the shelves, discuss some ways to healthfully include chips in your diet and share our favorite finds. You'll get our favorite healthy picks for potato chips and tortilla chips and learn what to look for on the labels.
Can I drink alcohol? This is one of the top questions people with diabetes (PWDs) ask their health care providers after being diagnosed with diabetes.
Wouldn't it be great if it only took a couple of minutes each night to get dinner on the table? The key to making this dream come true: meal prep. In this make-ahead meal plan, delicious dinner recipes are prepped in advance so only a few steps remain to finish up the meal.
You've seen your Facebook friends' before-and-after photos. You've watched the YouTube videos of people's favorite low-carb snacks. You're ready to go keto.
Get your diet back on track this week with these 7 dinners that focus on real, whole food. No ingredients you don't recognize or processed, high-sugar ingredients. These dinners utilize fresh produce, whole grains and healthy fats and proteins to keep you satisfied and feeling your best.