OK, last week we looked at recipes designed for people with diabetes that highlighted the superfood spinach. This Recipe Saturday features a recipe collection from Diabetic Living focusing on five powerhouse green vegetables– watercress, bok choy, kale, swiss chard, and arugula. The article describes each vegetable and its health benefits (which are significant!) and then […]

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Sometimes learning to eat healthier is just a matter of solving a problem that keeps you from doing things you want to (like eating breakfast or watching your portion sizes) or creating a new habit. When you think about eating healthier that way (as simply a small problem to be solved rather than an overhaul […]

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For people with diabetes who have high cholesterol, there’s another reason (besides the fact that they are low on the glycemic index and have lots of beneficial fiber) to eat beans and peas– it seems that they also lower levels of bad cholesterol (LDL). In a review of clinical trials, researchers found that eating about […]

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Most of the conversation around type 2 diabetes has to do with all the bad things that will happen if it’s not managed properly (the usual laundry list of type 2 diabetes complications– heart disease, stroke, blindness, amputation, kidney disease, etc.), but one of our favorite questions to ask people with type 2 diabetes is– […]

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We wrote last week about the signs and symptoms of diabetes, an important topic because almost one in three people with diabetes don’t know that they have it. That matters because the sooner that a person with diabetes gets diagnosed and starts treatment, the fewer complications they will be at risk for and the healthier […]

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