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Enjoy The Taste Of Eating Right

A FEW SIMPLE FOOD SWAPS TO KEEP YOUR CALORIES, FAT AND CARBOHYDRATES IN CHECK

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You don’t have to say goodbye to good taste just because you have diabetes. Try some of these swaps to make the foods you love more diabetes-friendly.

  • Use whole grains
  • Up the veggies
  • Ditch solid fats in favor of soft fats and oils
  • Tips for portion control

Get the full details on these swaps and tips by clicking here.

Jill Weisenberger, MS, RDN, CDN (2 Articles)

Jill Weisenberger has been on a two-decade mission to empower people to grab control of their health. She does more than teach. When working with individuals and groups, Jill acts as their coach, cheerleader and strategist.

As a speaker and a writer, she’s informative and entertaining while offering practical advice to eat better, feel better and live better. She inspires individuals, audiences and readers to take action and get results. Jill is contributing editor for Environmental Nutrition and writes for many other publications including Diabetic Living, The DX, Kid’s Eat Right and Today’s Dietitian.

Uniquely combining her food, nutrition and health expertise with her public relations and communications skills, Jill has worked with industry clients such as Boar’s Head Provisions, the Wheat Foods Council and the Alliance for Potato Research and Education. She is an internationally recognized nutrition and diabetes expert and is frequently quoted in print and broadcast media.

Jill makes nutrition science understandable, realistic and oh so delicious. Be sure to check out her new book Diabetes Weight Loss Week by Week – with two more books on the way!. Visit Jill on the web at http://www.jillweisenberger.com/.

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