Cooking personality Ingrid Hoffman has partnered with the American Diabetes Association to create “Latin Comfort Foods Made Healthy: More than 100 Diabetes-Friendly Latin Favorites” in which she gives these traditionally carb-heavy dishes a more diabetes-friendly makeover.
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Teens are notorious for eating badly. Teen chef Remmi Smith is on a mission to change that. In her book The Healthy Teen Cookbook, she shares tips and recipes from around the world that are easy for teen cooks to make and share.
More than a third of American adults have prediabetes (I’ve been flirting with it off and on for over a year now) and more than 20 million Americans live with Type 2 (adult-onset) diabetes (including my husband). I know several people who have diabetes, a condition in which one’s body doesn’t manage blood sugar very well. Having too much sugar in your blood has some pretty nasty consequences, so managing your blood sugar is pretty darn important. The first line of defense is what you eat. However, planning out your meals so that you remain healthy, manage your weight and blood sugar and enjoy your food all at the same time is a common challenge for folks with diabetes. Therefore, when I saw Hope Warshaw’s book Diabetes Meal Planning Made Easy I was intrigued.
With the increasing pace of modern life, frozen foods have become very popular and often take up more than two isles at your local grocery store. Did you know that you can create your favorite comfort foods and freeze them at home? That way you can prepare your favorite comfort food when you have time, freeze it, and then enjoy when the time is right. Here are a few tips to help you do that.
Too much sodium is bad for you, and common table salt has a lot of sodium. In this article, guest blogger Polly Telegina shares why you might want to use Himalayan pink salt instead.
The Mediterranean Diet was named the best overall diet of 2019 and has been linked to preventing diabetes, heart attacks, strokes, and certain cancers, and reducing inflammation. If you’re ready to do what’s right for your health, right now is a great time to adopt the Mediterranean-style eating pattern. And according to Amy Riolo, bestselling author, chef, television personality, and educator, getting started is easier than you might think.