There Is No “Diabetes Diet”

By admin on Monday, May 05 2014

Having diabetes does not mean that you have to start some special diet. For most people, especially those who are Type 2

Shake the Salt

By admin on Monday, May 05 2014

People who have diabetes should limit their sodium intake to 1500 mg per day

Eat Them!

By admin on Monday, May 05 2014

Research shows that women who eat least one apple a day are 28 percent less likely to develop type 2 diabetes

Eat More

By admin on Monday, May 05 2014

Rich in phytochemicals, fiber helps maintain healthy digestive system and cholesterol levels, protects against many illnesses

Eat Less...

By admin on Monday, May 05 2014

Curb Your Intake Of These High-Sodium Foods

Do Not Eat Them!

By admin on Monday, May 05 2014

Avoid simple carbs and sugars. They raise blood sugar level much

What to Choose?

By admin on Thursday, May 01 2014

Avoid sugars or stick to natural sugars rather than added sugars. Stick to whole grains- complex carbs rather than simple carbs Complex carbs such as: whole grain bread, whole grain cereal ...

Watch Serving Sizes

By admin on Thursday, May 01 2014

A serving isn’t the amount you choose to eat or the amount that’s put on your plate. That is called a portion.

watch out for sugar-traps!

By admin on Thursday, May 01 2014

Foods you may have never suspected of containing inordinate amounts of sugar, and can throw your blood sugar level for a real loop.

Too Sweet or Not Too Sweet?

By admin on Thursday, May 01 2014

It was once assumed that honey; candy and other sweets would raise your blood sugar level faster and higher than fruits, vegetables or foods containing complex carbohydrates.

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