This 5 minute flat diabetic sponge cake is just that, super spongy and delicious - and best of all, made in 5 minutes flat, seriously! A few weeks back we showcased our 5 minute chocolate cake. This time it's vanilla. And next time, well, who's knows what deliciousness is on the … [Read more...] about 5 Minute Vanilla Diabetic Sponge Cake Recipe
Technically not vegetables, mushrooms are actually classified as fungus--they have no roots, leaves, flowers or seeds. In fact, mushrooms aren’t even plants as they do not require soil or light to grow, but simply decaying matter like wood or manure. Gross as this may sound, … [Read more...] about Health Benefits of Mushrooms for Type 2 Diabetics
If you're wondering if protein powder fits into a diabetic diet, the answer is yes. Protein powder makes a great addition to baked goods such as cakes. It also makes a great addition to shakes, can be taken as a meal replacement, and even consumed as a liquid snack. But like … [Read more...] about Tips to Choosing a Sugar Free Protein Powder that’s Diabetes Friendly
When it comes to blood sugar levels, the numbers always seem to confuse people. So we're here today to cover a whole range of reader questions that have come in. If you have questions of your own, join the discussion - please feel free to leave your comments at the bottom. … [Read more...] about DISCUSSION: Blood Sugar Levels and Type 2 Diabetes
What comes to mind when you think of lettuce? Rabbit food? Salads? Diets? Lettuce seems to have an interesting reputation, but it really is a fascinating vegetable. There are hundreds of varieties of lettuce and they range in color from green to yellow to red to purple...and … [Read more...] about Lettuce and Type 2 Diabetes
Vitamin B12, also known as “cobalamin,” is a water-soluble essential nutrient required in our diet. When a nutrient is essential, it means the body cannot produce it internally so it must come from food we eat or supplemental form. If you have type 2 diabetes, you could be at … [Read more...] about Vitamin B12 Deficiency and Type 2 Diabetes: Are you at risk?