A well-planned grocery list can make your trip to the supermarket more efficient and also help you maintain a healthy eating plan. Read on to learn more about creating a diabetes-friendly grocery list.
Navigate grocery store
In this section you will find articles written by Joanne Lewis, our expert dietitian, which will help you make healthier choices when you are navigating the grocery store. Joanne’s articles will guide you down every aisle. Whether you are shopping for pasta, cereals, fruits and vegetables, snacks, meat and poultry, or milk and other milk products you will find tips to make the right choices.
Pasta is a kitchen pantry staple. It’s inexpensive, versatile, requires little cooking expertise and it’s delicious. Read on to get 7 tips about choosing and using pasta for your diabetes diet.
Snacks can be part of a diabetes diet. The important thing is to choose healthier options – such as those with lower levels of carbohydrate, fat and sodium – and check your portion size. Read this expert blog to learn about navigating the grocery store for snacks.
Grocery store shopping may seem like one of those chores on your weekly “to do” list, like doing laundry or mowing the lawn. But unlike other weekly tasks, grocery shopping is one of the most important things you can do for your health.
Walking through the vegetable section of your local grocery store can be an intimidating experience, especially if you aren’t familiar with a lot of the choices available.
When you think about beginning your day on the right track, a good place to start is with a healthy breakfast. Breakfast cereals are a popular choice because they are quick and easy to prepare.