Living with diabetes can sometimes feel like you’re in a world of pasta, bread and bowls of rice. And this is often the reality. However, eating to control your blood sugar may be easier than you think. Marisa Moore, MBA, RD, LD shares tips to help manage your diabetes.
Getting a new medical diagnosis can be a scary and emotional experience, especially if that diagnosis is Type 2 Diabetes. Unfortunately, there's also a lot of misinformation about the cause of Diabetes, the "Diabetic Diet", and how best to manage your health. Michaela Ballmann, MS, RD dispels a few myths and shares how to handle the diagnosis in a healthy way.
Blood sugar spikes are all too common around the holidays. With treats at every corner from office parties and leftover treats in the office break room to the cookies your neighbor brings over, sweets are synonymous with the season. What’s a person with diabetes to do?
Marisa Moore, RD, LD shares tips for choosing sweets and a diabetic friendly crepe recipe.
The holidays can procure anxiety for those trying to balance the demands of the holidays while managing their type II diabetes. Nicole Morrissey, RD shares some tips to make sure the holidays are enjoyable for everyone while maintaining any health condition.
If you are newly diagnosed with diabetes, navigating the tables and trays of tempting treats and regular eats can be a challenge at holiday gatherings with family, friends and coworkers. Marisa Moore, MBA, RD, LD shares tips on how to enjoy holiday parties for people with diabetes.
A diabetic-friendly diet should be high in fiber, low in fried foods and include a variety of foods like fruits, non-starchy vegetables (like broccoli and green beans), healthy fats, dried beans, lean meats, fish, nonfat dairy and whole grains. Toby Amidor, MS, RD shares simple swaps that you can do in the kitchen to make some of your favorite dishes diabetes friendly.