Diabetes-Friendly Halloween Treats

Ghosts, ghouls, and goblins aren’t the only scary things about Halloween. What about high glucose levels? When grocery store shelves are stocked with candies and sweets, it can be easy to overindulge, especially when it comes to bite-sized treats. (Who really eats just one of those mini chocolate bars?) Instead of giving in to processed …

Satisfying diabetes-friendly snacks

The daily 3:30 crash affects just about everyone. After a long and busy day, you feel hungry, tired, and sluggish, and your body is aching for that candy bar you’ve been eyeing in the vending machine. Instead of giving in to your late-afternoon cravings, try one of these diabetes-friendly snacks instead. Each one is packed …

Recipe Roundup: Low-carb Brunch Dishes

There’s nothing like welcoming the weekend with friends, family, and a stack of fluffy flapjacks. These traditional brunch recipes are perfect for serving large groups–not to mention they’re low in both sugar and carbs. Have your pancakes and eat them, too! Low-carb Blueberry Muffins (Food Network) Three-Cheese and Vegetable Quiche (American Diabetes Association) Antioxidant Fruit …

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