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For those who are following a carb-counting diet, test your knowledge of Halloween treats!
Aim to eat a diet rich in fresh fruits, vegetables, lean proteins, and whole grains, and try to keep it as low in fat as possible.
If you have diabetes, should you increase or eliminate oatmeal from your diabetic diet? And if you should increase it, is there a specific kind you should be eating?
Do our brains really need 130 grams of available carbohydrate per day to work properly?
Question: What is the best method for calculating diabetic exchanges of mixed foods such as chicken pot pie or vegetable beef soup? Could you please share the steps to this process? Thanks Heather: This can be quite challenging. In fact, many diabete...
Colored “flatbreads” and chips are healthier – especially for diabetics. This means swapping your white corn tortilla chips for those deep blue ones.
Naked barley has a pleasant chewy texture and more fiber and nutritional value than pearl barley. You can use it everywhere that you formerly used rice.
When buying produce, should you choose organic?