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Take a break from lounging by the pool and try these fun, calorie-burning activities on your next vacation.
These cookies are perfect to eat for a low-calorie treat.
Can herbs or supplements help you control your diabetes? These 10 have shown some promise in lowering blood sugar, boosting insulin sensitivity, reducing high blood pressure and cholesterol, and more.
Your taste buds don’t have to suffer for your heart’s sake: Studies show that a Mediterranean-style diet, with its emphasis on monounsaturated fats (found in olive oil, walnuts, and even dark chocolate), is actually better for your … Read More
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Here, everyone’s favorite weekend treats have been entirely re-imagined. This diabetic friendly recipe replaces white flour with whole wheat flour and oats, plus an unexpected dash of sugar-lowering cinnamon. Wheat germ provides … Read More
Here’s one of those heavenly warm chocolate cakes that is very light, surprisingly low in fat, and much easier to make than you might think.
Take care not to overcook the custards — they should be just set when you take them out of the oven. This dessert is perfect for dinner parties because the custards can be prepared ahead of time and refrigerated until serving… Read More
Naturally sweet blueberries stretch these bars’ creamy filling.
This dessert is made using egg whites only, no yolks, and during baking develops a delicious golden crust that hides the tender, pure white interior. Here it is served with creamy low-fat yogurt and summer berries, but it is just as … Read More
These easy dessert recipes make eating well with diabetes a little sweeter.
Try a variation featuring apples and stuffing them with a cinnamon macaroon filling. The fruit can be served with low-fat sour cream or vanilla ice cream.
This moist and tender cake is bursting with juicy berries. Brown sugar and cinnamon make it so melt-in-your-mouth delicious you won’t believe it’s lower in calories, fat, and cholesterol than traditional coffee cake… Read More
Snacking isn’t right for everyone who has diabetes, but for some people, especially those who go more than four or five hours between meals, snacks have a place on the menu.