Many of us think of salads as a healthy choice, but the truth is that there are many ways to turn a salad into a nutritional nightmare! In this short video with Diabetes What To Know I share some tips from Eat Out, Eat Well - the Guide To Eating Healthy in Any Restaurant for making a salad the healthy choice it should be!!
We all love pizza... but can people with type 2 diabetes eat it and stay healthy? I say "Yes," in this short video with Diabetes What To Know. Enjoy some tips from Eat Out, Eat Well - the Guide To Eating Healthy in Any Restaurant.
I talk about the three biggest pitfalls of restaurant eating and what to do about them in this short video with Diabetes What To Know. Enjoy some tips from Eat Out, Eat Well - the Guide To Eating Healthy in Any Restaurant.
I just did a wonderful Facebook Live video interview on eating out healthfully with Ansley Dalbo, the founder of an innovative education/advocacy resource for people with type 2 diabetes, Diabetes- What To Know. It was great fun and I think you'll find it very informative too. Enjoy and let me know what you think.
With all the myths and media hype about low-calorie sweeteners that are swirling around, if you are a person with diabetes, I bet you wonder if you’re wise to use them. As a long time dietitian and diabetes educator with extensive expertise in the research and practical use of low-calorie sweeteners, it’s important to me that you have accurate knowledge on this topic.
Most kids, from toddlers to tweens and teens, need to snack between meals for two key reasons: One, and particularly true for younger children, is their stomachs are small and they’re typically not able to consume enough food at three meals to get the energy (calories) they need.
Is there ‘a diabetic diet’? NO!
According to the American Diabetes Association (ADA), and this has been true since 1994 – nearly 20 years, there is no one diabetic diet that represents THE prescription for THE way ALL people with diabetes should eat.
Are there ‘diabetic foods’ which people with diabetes should buy? NO!
Foods labeled ‘diabetic’ or ‘diabetic-friendly’ carry a halo of being better-for-you than unprocessed, unadulterated and unlabeled foods. But, it’s just not so.
So, then what’s the eating plan for people with diabetes today?
The nutrition recommendations from the American Diabetes Association, last updated in 2008, echo the healthy eating recommendations of the United States Dietary Guidelines for Americans last revised in 2010.
These recommendations reflect the growing body of evidence that a plant-based eating plan can help people achieve and maintain a healthy body weight and prevent and manage chronic diseases, like diabetes, heart disease and certain cancers.