Diabetes

Smoky Chipotle Quinoa Burgers
Carnivores and vegetarians will be equally delighted with these “meaty” quinoa burgers. They get their smokiness from chipotle chile powder and smoked Gouda, but you could increase it with some barbecue sauce spread on the buns. More »
Sichuan Beef Stir-Fry (diabetes-friendly)
This dish, called Si Chuan Jiang Bao Niu Rou, originated in the Sichuan province, in southwestern China, and is popular, in various incarnations, in restaurants around the world. This version is spicy, but if you are heat-averse, you can omit the dried red chiles. Serve with a side of rice and some... More »
Roasted Asparagus Salad with Arugula and Hazelnuts (diabetes-friendly)
Roasting the asparagus gives it an altogether different flavor than steaming, and the roasted hazelnuts are a perfect combination with the peppery arugula. Your guests will love it! More »
Asparagus Swiss Quiche (diabetes-friendly)
Eliminating the crust typical of quiche reduces both carbs and fat in this recipe, without losing the gooey goodness. More »
Kale and Brussels Sprout Slaw
A delightful twist on a side dish and/or appetizer your guests will rave about this Easter! More »
Whipped Sweet Potato Casseroles (diabetes-friendly)
Diabetes-friendly and the perfect Easter side dish. There’s no need to sweeten this side with sugar — pumpkin pie spice adds nice flavor to these already sweet potatoes. More »
Kale and Sweet Potato Sauté (diabetes-friendly)
The sweet taste of sweet potatoes, the heartiness of kale, and the spice of chili and cumin combine for a delicious Thanksgiving side dish that is perfect with turkey, grilled chicken, lamb or beef. If there is any left over, top it with some fried or scrambled eggs for a breakfast hash that will... More »
How to Lose Weight and Keep It Off
 Losing Weight and Keeping It Off More than half of North American adults are presently considered overweight or obese, which puts them at risk for a variety of health problems, such as heart disease, some types of cancer, type-2 diabetes, gallbladder disease, respiratory disease, sleep... More »
Benefits of Eating Gluten-Free Whole Grains
Author of The Complete Gluten-Free Whole Grains Cookbook, Judith Finlayson, believes there is absolutely no reason why people (no matter what their age) should be denied the benefits of eating whole grains just because they can’t tolerate gluten. There are many delicious gluten-free whole grains,... More »
The Health Benefits of Legumes
Legumes Are Very Good for You Many major health organizations agree that legumes can play a key role in our efforts to prevent chronic diseases. Research has shown that people with a healthy lifestyle who regularly consume legumes as part of a nutritious diet are less likely to develop... More »
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