No. Starchy foods are part of a healthy meal plan for people with or without diabetes. What is important is the amount we eat. Whole grain breads, cereals, pasta, rice, and starchy vegetables like…Read more
Three ways to eat less fat and fewer calories:
1. Eat foods high in fat or calories less often.
Example: Eat french fries once a week instead of every day. That would mean about 132 fewer …Read more
Eating too much fat can cause heart disease and type 2 diabetes.Eating a lot of fat can increase the amount of cholesterol in our blood. The higher our cholesterol, the greater our chances…Read more
Small changes to reduce your weight can have big rewards for your health. Set weight loss and physical activity goals. According to National Diabetes Prevention Program, Losing 7% of your weight through healthy eating and…Read more
Type 2 diabetes is a disease caused by having too much sugar in our blood.The sugar in blood is called glucose, pronounced GLUE-kose.
How do we get glucose?
We get glucose from the food we eat….Read more