Easter is right around the corner, and that means grocery store shelves are stocked with milk chocolate bunnies, colorful jelly beans, and sour gummy carrots. And you may find it hard to resist indulging. (After all, it takes willpower of steel to turn down one of those chocolate cream-filled eggs.) So, what’s a person with […]
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Diabetes-Friendly Halloween Treats
Ghosts, ghouls, and goblins aren’t the only scary things about Halloween. What about high glucose levels? When grocery store shelves are stocked with candies and sweets, it can be easy to overindulge, especially when it comes to bite-sized treats. (Who really eats just one of those mini chocolate bars?) Instead of giving in to processed […]
Recipe Roundup: Easy, no-cook diabetes-friendly di...
When the temperatures start to climb, it’s hard to find the motivation to cook–especially when that means turning on the oven. Instead of slaving over a hot stove for dinner, try one of these easy no-cook recipes. All the dishes featured here are light, refreshing, and jam-packed with flavor from in-season fruits and veggies. #1 […]