Enhance your cooking routine with spices right from your pantry. Read this article to learn how to spice up your meal plan!
Is honey okay for people with diabetes?
Raw honey starts as flower nectar. After bees collect the nectar, it naturally breaks down into simple sugars, which bees store in honeycombs.
Improving your diabetes food choices with the new Canadian food labels
Canada’s newest food label changes are expected to help us make even better choices when picking food items.
Setting goals for healthy eating
Setting goals for healthy eating doesn’t have to happen all at once. In fact, if you set and achieve a goal each day – or each week – you’ll have something to celebrate!
Managing holiday eating with diabetes
Most different faiths have something in common when it comes to holiday festivities at this time of year.
Diabetes and high glycemic fruits to avoid
The glycemic index is a scale out of 100 that ranks foods containing carbohydrate by how much they raise blood sugar levels. There are 3 categories – high, medium or low glycemic index.