11 Healthy Casserole Recipes for People with Diabetes
These lightened-up, healthier versions of classic one-dish casserole recipes contain more veggies and fiber to make for a delicious dinner.
Decadent Diabetic Desserts
No feast is complete without a sweet ending! These low-sugar tarts, cakes, and chocolate desserts will satisfy diabetic and other...
7 Healthier Chocolate Diabetic Desserts
Dark chocolate can actually be good for your blood sugar and diabetes. Enjoy these healthy diabetic desserts recipes in moderation.
Black Forest Mousse Cake
Here's one of those heavenly warm chocolate cakes that is very light, surprisingly low in fat, and much easier to...
The Very Best Food for Appetite and Blood Sugar Control
With 15 grams of protein and fiber per cup, black beans are a great food for dieters. They contain resistant...
Why Blood Sugar Matters
It's no longer just certain people who need to worry about their blood sugar; it's pretty much everyone.
8 Meal Planning Tips for Healthy Eating
You wouldn’t start a vacation without an idea of where you’re going to go, and neither should you start your
Swimming Tips for People with Diabetes
The swimming pool is a great place for people with diabetes to get active!
Ready, Set, Grill
Sure, firing up the barbecue or gas grill provides you with a sociable, relaxing time in the backyard, which is
Can People With Diabetes Eat Cheese?
If you have type 2 diabetes, it's fine to eat cheese—although some types are better than others. Cheese may even...
Insulin Injections FAQ
If your pancreas no longer makes enough insulin, then you need to take insulin as a shot. You inject the
Insulin Resistance: A Growing Epidemic
In the West, where the mega-meal and recliner are all too pervasive, insulin resistance is increasingly common.
Metabolic Syndrome: The Kitchen Sink of Conditions
Insulin resistance on its own can be dangerous, as you’ve just discovered. But there’s worse news: If you have it, you may
Will Skipping Breakfast Help Lower Morning Blood Sugar?
Q. Help! My blood sugar is sky-high in the morning. Shouldn’t I skip breakfast to bring it down? A. No.