We love when our members and subscribers experience great improvements with their health. It's the reason we do what we do, so when we hear your stories, it makes our heart go warm and fuzzy. ;) So we decided it would be a great idea to share those stories with you from time to … [Read more...] about Low Carb Diabetic Diet Success Story: Sheryl’s Life-Changing Results!
Green beans are one of the few widely accepted non-starchy vegetables that fit extremely well into a low carb diet. While they come from the same family as starchy beans (pinto, kidney, great northern, chickpeas), they are picked earlier while still in their pods and before the … [Read more...] about Green Beans and Type 2 Diabetes
Green beans are on the list of all-you-can-eat veggies! They're low carb, low in calories and make a great side to any meat, chicken or veggies. This super simple dish can be altered for flavor by adding a wide range of herbs and spices. But of course, with just onion and … [Read more...] about Onion Chili Green Beans
Most of us have eaten olives at some point in our lives. They show up in a huge variety of different foods and drinks, from Greek salads to martinis to pizza. Whether or not you enjoy eating olives in their solid form, you probably consume and/or cook with olive oil fairly … [Read more...] about Olives and Diabetes: Do They Fit into Your Diet?
People with type 2 diabetes are more likely to suffer oral health complications. In fact, your risk is increased 2-3 fold compared with the rest of the population. This makes it especially important for you to understand what the issues can be, along with dental care practices … [Read more...] about Type 2 Diabetes and Dental Care: 8 Problems and 9 Preventative Solutions
We've recently had a number of similar questions, for example: "Is quinoa a no no for type 2 diabetes or is it okay? I know that technically it is a seed not a grain, so I was wondering where you stand with that." It's true, quinoa is technically a seed but there is a lot more … [Read more...] about Quinoa and Type 2 Diabetes: Is it a yes or no food?