Diabetes

Couscous and Chickpea Salad (diabetes-friendly)
In addition to the whole wheat couscous, chickpeas, peppers, tomatoes, and olives all boost the fiber. Olives and olive oil both contribute to the fat in this dish, and best of all, they contribute healthy MUFAs. More »
Chocolate Banana Stuffed French Toast (vegetarian, diabetes-friendly)
Perfect for March Break! Both whole-grain bread and banana slices boost the fiber in this old-time favorite. Using sprouted whole-grain bread gives you the advantage of magic carbs. More »
Fruit Crepes (diabetes-friendly)
Just because you have diabetes doesn't mean you can't have a sweet breakfast! Crepes are ideal and similar to thin 
pancakes. Fill them 
with a variety of fillings. Perfect for breakfast, lunch and/or dinner. 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 »
Ten Changes for Good Health
Carefully planned, nutritious meals and sensible portion sizes are an essential part of successful health management.Karen Graham, RD, Certified Diabetes Educator, and author of Diabetes Meals for Good Health, gives us her  top ten suggestions for good health:1. Eat Breakfast2. Eat Proper... 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 »
Chocolate Marble Vanilla Cheesecake (diabetes-friendly)
For those of you with diabetes, finding a delicious dessert recipe can be tough. But, we have diabetes experts that can help! More »
Irish Currant Cake (diabetes-friendly)
This yummy cake is a sweet adaptation of traditional Irish soda bread, and is definitely worth trying. The recipe uses currants, which are dried from a small seedless variety of grape (you can replace the currants with raisins). More »
Fiesta Turkey Soup (diabetes-friendly)
Zucchini, corn, and the superstar beans are the major sources of fiber in this deliciously healthy, diabetes-friendly recipe. Winter comfort food at its best. More »
Taco Soup (diabetes-friendly)
Your favorite hearty bowl of soup with crackers makes a great lunch on a cold winter day! Make this taco soup ahead, and freeze any leftovers. It is great for another lunch or for a dinner. More »
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