The winter is quickly approaching and that’s what makes this latest recipe collection from Diabetic Living Online so appropriate for the season.. it’s full of soup and stew recipes that are specifically designed for people with diabetes. Several studies have indicated that people who eat a bowl of low-calorie soup before the rest of their […]

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40% of Americans have acid reflux disease (you probably know the symptoms of heartburn and indigestion, but some other symptoms include coughing, hoarseness, difficulty swallowing, and chronic throat-clearing) and people with diabetes are actually more likely to develop acid reflux or its more clinical sounding name gastroesophegeal reflux disease (otherwise known as GERD). There’s lots […]

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There’s an old saying that “perfection is the enemy of the good”– and lots of evidence that trying to eat “perfectly” only leads to frustration and disappointment. We’re human, after all, and sometimes that slice of cake at a party is going to be too tempting to resist! The big question is what happens after […]

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Today’s Recipe Saturday follows up on Thursdays’s article about the benefits of a vegetarian diet for people with diabetes. It’s important to note that while a diet full of fruits, vegetables, nuts, and legumes is great for blood sugar control and insulin sensitivity– a vegetarian diet that’s focused on carbohydrates (like bread, potatoes, and rice) […]

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Are you a person with type 2 diabetes who is interested in exploring different eating approaches? If so, you may be curious about whether a vegetarian diet is right for people with diabetes. Today’s article from the Mayo Clinic makes it clear that while a vegetarian diet will not reverse type 2 diabetes, it can […]

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