Diabetes

Chinese Stir-Fry (diabetes-Friendly)
Carefully planned, nutritious meals and sensible portion sizes are an essential part of diabetes management. Diabetes Meals for Good Health by Karen Graham makes meal planning easy and straightforward, so it’s no wonder that the first edition has nearly 100,000 copies in print. More »
Taco Soup (diabetes-friendly)
Your favorite hearty bowl of soup with crackers makes a great lunch on a chilly fall day! Make this taco soup ahead, and freeze any leftovers. It is great for another lunch or for a dinner. More »
Chicken Burrito Bowl (diabetes-friendly)
Prepare your own Mexican quick fix with this Chipotle-inspired bowl. Carbs are moderated by filling the bowl with beans, extra veggies and chicken. No need for rice, since the beans count as carbs. More »
Identifying Risk Factors for Diabetes
An estimated 285 million people worldwide are affected by diabetes (a disease which is rapidly becoming the largest public health problem in the Westernized world). As our society becomes more overweight and the population ages, there are many more of us at risk for developing diabetes, according... More »
Southwestern Pork Stew (diabetes-friendly)
Here’s a great-tasting one-pot meal that is best made a day ahead to allow the rich stew flavors to blend. It also freezes well. More »
Spaghetti Squash Bolognese (diabetes-friendly)
When you really feel like spaghetti, dive into this low-carb version. You will be hard-pressed to tell the difference from wheat pasta, and your blood sugar will be happy! 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 »
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 »
Ajwar (diabetes-friendly)
Serve this delicious pâté with fresh whole-grain bread or toast, or as a dip with crudités. It keeps well in the fridge, so even if you are on your own, it is worth making enough for two. More »
Peanut Butter Cookies (diabetes-friendly)
This dough is very easy to handle, and the peanut flavor stands out because of the low sugar content. Use crunchy peanut butter for added texture. More »
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