Diabetes Nutrition Articles
Don't let diabetes crash your summer party. These five tips can help.
A study showed some of the ways that eating high glycemic foods can adversely affect metabolism.
It’s possible to eat too little sodium...but is it possible for you?
A study has shown that drinking coffee and green tea may reduce the risk of developing type 2 diabetes.
Here's what to eat to get more of this important mineral in your diet.
Cinnamon has many health benefits, including helping lower blood glucose levels for those with diabetes. Learn more at Diabetic Connect.
Find healthy snacks that won't spike your blood sugar at Diabetic Connect.
A recent studyconducted in India suggests that taking the supplement spirulina may help people with type 2 diabetes control their blood glucose.
Keep these three foods away from you when you're out on the town.
One ingredient in some diet soda, aspartame, has been shown to be metabolized in a way that potentially causes insulin production to increase too
A Yale University study suggests not all sugars are created equal. For a diabetic, this study can add confusion about making the best diet choices.
It's not taboo to have a drink if you have diabetes. Understanding the effects of alcohol on your body will help you make informed decisions and party safely.
Bad chemicals multiply when food is cooked a certain way. These harmful substances contribute to insulin resistance and the development of type 2 diabetes.
Incorporate these four tricks into your Halloween so you and your children can have a fun (and memorable) holiday.
High-fiber carbohydrates have many health benefits, including lessening sugar peaks. Learn more about their benefits for a diabetic diet at Diabetic Connect.
Cherries contain melatonin and anti-oxidants called anthocyanins. Learn about the health benefits of fruit for diabetes care at Diabetic Connect.