10 Diabetes Myths You Should Know

Have you heard that eating too much sugar causes diabetes? Or maybe someone told you that you have to give up all your favorite foods when you’re on a diabetes diet? Well, those things aren’t true. In fact, there are plenty of myths about dieting and food. Use this guide to separate fact from...

The Basics of a Healthy Diabetes Diet

If you have diabetes, the right foods can be an ally in your fight to keep your blood sugar levels in check. Talk to your doctor, a registered dietitian, or a diabetes educator about how to keep track of how many carbs you eat. That can affect your blood sugar. They may recommend that you...

Tired of Backsliding Into Bad Habits? This Mindset May Be to Blame

Managing diabetes can feel like riding a roller coaster. Sometimes, you feel confident that you’re on your way to perfecting your blood sugar-management techniques – your numbers are holding steady and slowly improving. Other times it might feel as if you are in a downward spiral –  eating what you know you shouldn’t, avoiding exercise,...

5 Food Hacks for Diabetes

When I’m working with clients who are trying to better manage their diabetes, one of the main points I try to drive home is that all foods can fit. It is possible to satisfy your cravings for your favorite comfort foods while keeping blood glucose levels stable and getting the nutrients you need. One...

A serving of meat a day raises risk of diabetes

Eating about one serving of meat daily puts ethnic Chinese adults at increased risk of diabetes, a study here has found, echoing research that has mainly been conducted on Westerners so far. The study, which tracked 45,411 people from 1999 to 2010, found that a median daily consumption of just one palm-sized serving of meat...

Learn when to bolus and pre-bolus for your meals

In 2014, Reddit user Sideburnt requested help figuring out when to bolus for a meal. Redditors came back with a wide range of responses, reminding us that everybody’s body and everybody’s diabetes is a little bit different. We all react differently to food and boluses. So don’t get discouraged if you feel like you can’t get bolus...

These Kids Are Fighting to End Childhood Obesity and Diabetes!

Who could possibly convince kids to eat their vegetables? As it turns out, other kids might be the answer! Quality for Kids has been working with kids for four years to find out what healthy things they like to eat. They talked to kids about obesity and type 2 diabetes and what they could do...

Tuna Steaks And Pecan Spinach Salad for Diabetes

Who said you can’t eat great meals because you have diabetes? Well whoever that was thought wrong! American Diabetes Association brings us the cooking talents of TV and radio personality, best selling author, spokesperson, and food consultant Linda Gasseheimer. From her book Fast and Flavorful: Great Diabetes Meals from Market to Table, watch and learn how she...

22 Foods You Should Avoid with Diabetes

Think Twice Before Eating These Foods At Diabetic Living, we believe that eating with diabetes doesn't have to mean deprivation, starvation, or bland and boring foods. However, some foods really are best left on the table or in the store. Everyone -- with diabetes or without -- would be wise to avoid or limit the foods...

Broccoli: Eat This Vegetable to Reverses Diabetes Damage

It's really hard to control a diabetic's blood sugar levels, especially when you don't know the needed diet for it. Adding broccoli to your diet is a great start. Broccoli has a compound called sulforaphane that can reverse the damage that diabetes causes on the heart's blood vessels. Sulforaphane stimulates the production of enzymes that are responsible for blood...


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