This recipe is from our Bountiful Breakfast Menu that contains 45 more delicious and easy diabetic breakfast recipes. Though it is perfect just like this, a Mixed Berry Parfait is so easy to make and can be made in any number of variations. It's got a good combination of … [Read more...] about Easy Diabetic Breakfast: Mixed Berry Parfait
Sugar is addictive! I'm sure you probably know this is true from your own experience. But researchers such as Dr James DiNicolantonio, a cardiovascular research scientist at St. Luke’s Mid-America Heart Institute in Kansas City, state that when rats are given the choice between … [Read more...] about Top 5 Health Problems of High Levels of Sugar Intake
Reader Question: "I have a question about how much water should you have in a day and if you drink it in a sport bottle what size should it be? And if you put stuff in it like flavored stuff is that ok?" Great questions. :) Let's chat about how much water you should drink per … [Read more...] about How much water should you drink a day?
For decades dietary guidelines and health organizations have been recommending we eat a low fat diet. The common dietary prescription currently given to diabetics is to eat less fat and protein and more carbohydrate. Personally this advice never made sense to me. Given the way … [Read more...] about Is A Low Fat Or Low Carb Diabetic Diet Best?
Vegetables are the very best source of carbohydrates when you're a diabetic. They are high in fiber, low in overall carbohydrate, and full of vitamins and minerals. So this is a great veggie packed meal that lets the vegetables shine with their own natural flavor. If you're not … [Read more...] about Chicken Cashew Veggie Stir Fry
I first came across the benefits of magnesium years ago when I bought the book "Magnesium: The Miracle Mineral" by Dr Sandra Cabot. It's had good use over the years and it never ceases to amaze me just how many benefits magnesium really has, for everyone, and for diabetics … [Read more...] about Magnesium and Diabetes (Type 2)