Ten Tips to Calm Cravings! by Melinda D. Maryniuk, MEd, RD, CDE You’re working so hard to eat a little better. Smaller portions.  More fruits and veggies. But there are times when you are just craving something specific to eat.  Usually it’s something sweet or salty. Your inner voices are driving you crazy […]

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By: Ward Alper Chef’s note: I have never forgotten the wonderful minestrone soup that my friend’s grandmother used to make. Her recipe inspired me to create a delicious diabetes-compatible version that instantly brings back warm memories. Serving size 6 INGREDIENTS 3 TBSP. Olive oil 1 cup dry red wine 2 ½ quarts of low sodium […]

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Eliminating added sugar is a great way to improve your diet and overall health. It can be tough to do though– that’s why we did our research and compiled a list of six tips for breaking a sugar addiction. 1. Don’t keep sugar or products with added sugar in the house. This means you need to go through all the food […]

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  By: Ward Alper Chef’s Note: Like most restaurants, I make the batter for these full-flavored, “lighter than air” pancakes the night before. That way I wake up and am ready to go. My recommendation is to make them in a 3 ½-inch size. It’s not too big, not too small… but just right! INGREDIENTS: Dry Ingredients: […]

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