Morning glucose spikes are normal, but they can be dangerous if you have diabetes. Find out the best way to manage this “dawn phenomenon.”
If you haven’t tried chia seed pudding yet, you’re in for a real (and healthy) treat.
Do you get drowsy every afternoon? That dip in energy is a problem when you’re at work, on the road or looking after kids (or grandkids). Discover why your energy level can drop in the afternoon and how to get back on track.
You know whole grain has more nutritional heft than white, bread, but can you choose between whole wheat, multi-grain, seven-grain, 12-grain, all natural, organic and enriched? An expert guides you down the bread aisle.
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What you eat (and don’t eat) can have a dramatic impact on your diabetes. Here are the worst and best foods for you.
If you’ve been diagnosed with pre-diabetes, you’ll need to eat fewer simple carbs (sugary foods) and eat more complex carbs and fiber. Our dietitian explains the best changes to make to avoid developing type 2 diabetes.
If you have wildly fluctuating blood sugar levels, you might have ‘brittle diabetes.’ Our expert explains what help is available.
If you need insulin therapy to control your diabetes, one unfortunate side effect is weight gain. Try these practical tips as you work with your doctor to correct this problem.
Whether you have type 2 diabetes or are trying to prevent it, new evidence suggests you should consider adding more whole grains into your diet.
Diabetes symptoms are not always obvious – and the condition could already be doing damage to your nerves, kidneys and retinas. Here are six subtle symptoms to watch for.