You can take good care of yourself and your diabetes by learning what to eat, how much to eat and when to eat. Making wise food choices can help you feel good every day, lose weight if you need to and lower your risk for heart disease, stroke, and other problems caused by diabetes.
Healthful eating helps keep your blood glucose, also called blood sugar, in your target range. Physical activity and, if needed, diabetes medicines also help. The diabetes target range is the blood glucose level suggested by diabetes experts for good health. You can help prevent health problems by keeping your blood glucose levels on target.
You can help control your blood sugar (also called blood glucose) and diabetes when you eat healthy, get enough exercise, and stay at a healthy weight.
There's something satisfying about making homemade soup. Fresh ingredients, less salt, comforting aroma and, of course, you can brag about making it! Here are 10 healthy soup recipes that are diabetic-friendly.
We have a collection of 10 diabetic-friendly and low-carb meatball appetizer recipes that would be perfect for your next party or get-together. Tastes include sweet, spicy and savory and are made with beef, turkey or pork.
Cheesecake can be a great, lower carb choice as a holiday dinner dessert. It provides an elegant ending to a nice dinner and it goes well with coffee. This collection of diabetic-friendly cheesecake recipes offers something for everyone.
Sort through popular holiday drink options, including beer, wine, spirits, mixed drinks and cocktails, shooters, juices, mixers, punch, non-alcoholic drinks and eggnog. Make an informed decision for just about any drink that comes your way.
Serving roast turkey for Christmas dinner is a tradition for some Americans, but many of us find that it's just too soon after Thanksgiving to serve turkey again. This is why so many people turn to beef and pork roasts for Christmas dinner - and why we have 10 delicious diabetic-friendly roasts to consider for this year's feast.