Blood sugar and cholesterol are two very important health indicators that we all need to take care of. And these become especially important to people with type 2 diabetes and prediabetes. That's where natural dietary agents like psyllium husk come into play. You may have heard … [Read more...] about Psyllium Husk for Diabetes: Blood Sugar & Cholesterol Lowering Effects
While we'd love to say eat sweet potatoes, they're great for diabetes! The sad truth is, sweet potato is a high carb food and that basically equals high blood sugar for you. That's the simple equation but read on to discover the nutrition facts, potato comparisons and research … [Read more...] about Sweet Potato for Diabetes: High Carb, High Blood Sugar?!
Every week we deliver inspiration to our members' inbox on Thursdays 5PM ET. This will be the menu for the following week, Mon through Thurs (or change days as you please). Select from 4 lunches, 4 dinners and a breakfast menu selection. And select from original and vegetarian … [Read more...] about Diabetic Meal Plan: Week of 2/26/18
We ALL love pasta, right?! It's one of those foods that is such a comfort food. And because it is such a comfort food, it is VERY easy to over eat it! Seriously…it is easy to eat an enormous bowl and still go back for more. Sound familiar? But for people with diabetes or … [Read more...] about Best Pasta For Diabetes
Being a staple food in the diet, you may be wondering whether rice is good or bad for diabetes. Or if brown rice is better than white rice. These are great questions to ask, so let's explore the answers together in detail now.JUMP TO: Brown & white rice nutrition facts | … [Read more...] about Brown Rice vs White Rice for Diabetes
Cinnamon for diabetes - perhaps you’ve browsed over some info that suggests it’s beneficial for lowering blood sugar or to use for various other aspects of diabetes treatment - that’s what we’re here to explore. Cinnamon is one of the most well-known spices across the world. … [Read more...] about Can Cinnamon Lower Blood Sugar?