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 average American household wastes about $2,000 worth of food a year. Fighting food waste sounds smart, right? What it doesn't sound: delicious.
Stumped by high fasting blood glucose results? Join the club. "It just doesn't compute.
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.
Learn which 5 foods you can grow in small spaces.
I have never had a garden. For the past several years I’ve lived in small urban spaces with little to no outdoor room. I have often yearned to grow things, but haven’t had much of an idea of how to get started.
Growing peppers in containers is a great way to harvest homegrown produce even when you're short on space.
What's better than a garden-fresh homegrown tomato: the satisfaction of growing it yourself. How's that for knowing where your food comes from?