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It’s National Nutrition Month . . . Time to Recommit to Healthier Eating

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If there’s one thing that people with diabetes spend a lot of time thinking about, it’s food and nutrition. March, being National Nutrition Month, is a great time to recommit to healthier eating and losing weight, if you need to. Continue reading

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New Year, New You?

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People typically enter January with the best of intentions, often related to health and well-being. Whether it is to lose weight, to exercise more or to eat better, we all can use a little help keeping on track with our resolutions. Continue reading

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Five Tips for Eating Right this Holiday Season

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With all the festive eats and treats, the holidays can feel like an endless buffet of temptations. To help you through, here are five tips to keep the season of joy, hope and love from turning into a time of weight gain, guilt and stress. Continue reading

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Summertime Throwdown

At first it was pretty feet, then it was grilling tips, then it was summer recipes and the balanced diet. Is it obvious to you? I’ve had a one-track mind lately: I am ready for summer! And I’m not the only one – five of the American Diabetes Association’s cookbook authors stepped up to the challenge of a Grilling Throwdown. Who is the champion of this challenge? That’s up to you! So go ahead and light your charcoal and try these recipes all summer long! Continue reading

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Just in Time for Picnic Season!

The June issue of Diabetes Forecast is like a picnic basket, filled to the brim with delicious summertime recipes that focus on a balanced diet. But the magazine isn’t using the term “balanced diet” lightly at all – not at all! Instead they are seeking to better define what a balanced diet is while pointing out tips and tricks to achieving it in your own lifestyle. Continue reading

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Award-Winning and Diabetes-Friendly Mediterranean Meals

Back in November, a friend and I made a “Mediterranean Thanksgiving” using The Mediterranean Diabetes Cookbook. Later, I chatted with the author, Amy Riolo, about her book, her culinary experiences all around the world and her connection to diabetes. I thought her cookbook was great, so I used it again for a potluck evening with friends. Right then, I should have realized that I wasn’t the only one appreciating the great stuff in Amy’s cookbook. It turns out, the Nautilus Book Awards took notice, too! Continue reading

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