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Weight Loss, Diabetes and New Drugs

July 1, 2014

To lose more weight, start exercising before you change your meal plan You probably already know that both physical activity and healthy eating habits are important if you want to lose weight and control your diabetes. But a new study shows that when you begin healthy lifestyle changes can be [...]

Mexican Hot Rice

June 20, 2014

An awesome Mexican dish of hot rice.  A perfect side to your favorite Mexican meal. Mexican Hot Rice   Author: Sultana Parvin Serves: 4 Ingredients 1 cup Indian Basmati Rice, boiled, drained 1 Tbsp oil 1 Tbsp diced onion1 tsp diced green chilies 1 cup red ripe tomatoes, cubed 1 Tbsp raisins 1 [...]

Hot Chicken Cilantro Soup

June 20, 2014

Head South of the border with this Mexican inspired soup, Hot Chicken Cilantro soup is the perfect meal for a quick week night or weekend meal. Hot Chicken Cilantro Soup   Cuisine: Main Serves: 4 Ingredients ~ 1lb. bone-in split chicken breasts with ribs ¼ tsp garlic paste ½ tsp ginger paste [...]

Vitamin D: Best For People Who Don’t Have Diabetes?

June 19, 2014

Vitamin D may be best for people who don’t have diabetes A study by the VU University Medical Center in Amsterdam found that vitamin D had no effect on the insulin function of people with diabetes. Over 100 people (all living in the Netherlands as immigrants) were tested for 16 weeks. For those [...]

Easy Beef Enchiladas

May 23, 2014

Here’s a delicious and very easy to make dinner that will take you no time at all!   Easy Beef Enchiladas   Author: Holly Clegg Recipe type: Main Cuisine: Mexican Ingredients 1 pound ground sirloin 2 teaspoons chili powder 1 cup salsa 1 cup corn 1 cup packed fresh baby spinach 1½ [...]

Video: Southwestern Shrimp, Corn, and Sweet Potato Soup

May 6, 2014

Together, Clinical Nutrition Manager Kristen Gradney, RD, LDN, and cookbook author Holly Clegg want to share with you some healthy recipes and the best ways to prepare them. Whatever the occasion, whether a holiday or just a weeknight dinner, this is a healthy, nutritious meal that you can prepare [...]

Costco Shopping Basics: Decoding Food Labels for Better Blood Glucose Control

April 6, 2014

If you’re like most people with diabetes, chances are a trip to Costco can be exciting, yet stressful, all at the same time. You may be looking forward to finding new foods to try or stocking up on ingredients to make a healthy recipe. But, at the same time, trying to select foods that won’t raise your blood glucose levels can feel overwhelming. How do you know what foods to choose and which ones to leave on the shelf? That’s where decoding the food label comes in! [...]

5 Ways to Get Your Kitchen Ready for Spring

March 26, 2014

Spring is finally here! After a long winter, it’s time to  enjoy the warmth of the bright sunshine while you marvel at the gorgeous array of fragrant Spring flowers. You might have already started to organize your closet in anticipation of the mild spring weather. But have you organized your [...]

Video: Five Power Foods for Youth

March 26, 2014

This video originally appeared on on September 9th, 2008. Most famous as the lead nutritionist for the weight-loss reality TV show “The Biggest Loser,” Cheryl Forberg is also a professional chef, registered dietitian and James Beard award winning recipe developer. We hear so much [...]

Exciting New Glucose Meter, Diabetes in Asia and More

March 25, 2014

New device measures both blood glucose and A1C MyStar Extra is a new blood glucose meter that doesn’t stop at just monitoring your blood glucose level. It also figures out an estimated A1C level using new technology. Instead of just taking an average based on the results of tests, MyStar Extra [...]

Diabetes Shopping at Costco Pharmacy

March 25, 2014

You know that good nutrition is important for staying healthy with diabetes, so you probably try to eat meals containing plenty of vegetables, a good protein source, good fats, and small portions of fruit, beans, and whole grains. But sometimes diet alone isn’t enough, particularly if you [...]

Cool Tools for Healthy Home-Cooking

March 18, 2014

Stock your kitchen with these 8 tools and small appliances to pump up the flavor of your meals, boost nutrition and whittle away at unhealthy fats and sodium. [...]

Food Prices Can Affect Your Diabetes

March 17, 2014

For many people who have diabetes, one of the greatest challenges is budgeting time and money. Eating healthier foods, working out, and buying medicines and diabetes care supplies can put a strain on your schedule and your wallet. In fact, a recent report has found that food prices can affect your blood glucose level if you have diabetes. [...]

What’s New with Beans

March 17, 2014

Whether you call them beans, legumes or pulses, beans are nutritionally wholesome. They are gastronomically versatile, economical, and with the exception of soy, most beans are non-genetically modified foods. Beans are a great source of soluble fiber, high-quality protein and minerals, including calcium, copper, iron, magnesium, potassium, selenium and zinc. Soluble fiber has been shown to lower blood cholesterol levels. [...]

3 Healthy Reasons to Add Mushrooms to Your Plate

March 17, 2014

Favored in salads and soups for their earthy, smoky and meaty taste, edible mushrooms are found in every supermarket. Long considered healthful for their medicinal properties, shiitake, enokitake, maitake and oyster mushrooms have been part of the Asian diet for centuries. In the United States, mushrooms are produced in every state, but Pennsylvania accounts for 61% of the country’s mushroom production. Although considered a vegetable, mushrooms are fungi. [...]
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