If you have diabetes, it can be tricky to manage the holidays. Celebrations are usually filled with carbohydrate-rich foods and more frequent drinking that can easily throw your blood sugar out of whack. This holiday season may cause more fluctuations between high and low blood sugar than you would like. Here are some simple tips to help stabilize your blood sugar while having fun!
When it comes to thinking about healthy snacks, popcorn might not be the first thing to come to your mind. However, when you make it at home, popcorn might just be the healthiest snack you could have. Read on to learn how to make popcorn at home, and add your own twist to a favorite movie night snack!
What’s better than putting on a good movie to finish off the night? A movie and some guilt-free popcorn! This is an easy recipe to make your own popcorn at home, and we’ve even added some spice suggestions here to add a zing to spice it up!
Popcorn is a whole grain, full of fiber and antioxidants in this simple snack. Want some great reasons to eat popcorn? I’ll give you seven!
Cranberry sauce is sometimes overlooked as a potentially healthy food. People with Diabetes often stay clear of the cranberry sauce because it can have loads of added sugar. Though good cranberry sauce, if done right, can be a game changer on your Thanksgiving table.
Most breakfasts high in protein are also high in fat and salt, which takes a toll on your heart, and many "healthy" breakfasts are almost all carbohydrates, which really increases blood sugars. But I have a great solution for you - perfect for those chilly autumn mornings, and packed with fiber, healthy proteins and carbohydrates - my healthy orange cranberry cookie-scones! Try it out!
Among all the family festivities, egg-dyeing, easter egg hunts, marshmallow peeps and church parties, wondering how you're going to stay away from the honey-baked ham this weekend? In case you need it, here are a few recipe ideas to arm you for the fun-filled weekend.