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Soup Nutrition

Soup Nutrition

Chosen wisely, soup is a great way to sneak in some vegetables, whole grains and even an ounce or two of protein. Learn about soup nutrition and get some top picks…

Staying Flexible

Staying Flexible

it’s easy to increase and maintain flexibility — it just takes a little bit of time and dedication, but the payoff is worth it. Learn more about how you can become flexible…

Is This Food Safe to Eat?

Is This Food Safe to Eat?

How do you know if your food has gone bad? If you’re judging the safety of a food by the food expiration date printed on the can, bottle, or package, you might be throwing away perfectly good food. Here’s how to make sense of these dates…

What to Know About Electrolytes
Fresh fruit and vegetable high in electrolytes. Healthy food sources of electrolytes. Foods to naturally replenish electrolytes. Banana spinach pomegranate beans mango table salt avocado coconut water

What to Know About Electrolytes

Electrolytes probably sound at least vaguely familiar to you. Are they something that you need to think about? Read on to learn more about electrolytes…

Why Do I Have Acne?

Why Do I Have Acne?

Your teenage years may be behind you, but lo and behold — you now have acne! Why is this happening? Does it have anything to do with diabetes? And most importantly, how do you get rid of it?

Signs of Dehydration

Signs of Dehydration

Dehydration happens when you lose more fluids than you are taking in, and your body doesn’t have enough fluids to work properly. Dehydration is associated with certain illnesses and even death…

Healthy Halloween Foods

Healthy Halloween Foods

Halloween is nearly here, and while the kids may be munching on loads of sugar and chocolate, you can be enjoying your own Halloween treats that just happen to be a little healthier for you. Check out these healthy Halloween foods…

Is Yogurt Good for Diabetics?

Is Yogurt Good for Diabetics?

Yogurt is one popular food – just head to the dairy case in your local grocery store and you may be amazed at the multitude of brands and varieties that line the shelves. But is it a food that people with diabetes can or even should eat?

Bee Stings, Burns, Bug Bites and Diabetes

Bee Stings, Burns, Bug Bites and Diabetes

This year, summer will likely be very different for most of us, thanks to the COVID-19 pandemic. But what probably won’t change are the long, lazy, hot days — and the accompanying nuisances that can make this time of year uncomfortable and sometimes even dangerous for people who have diabetes…

Plate of bananas -- Is Banana Good for Diabetes?

Is Banana Good for Diabetes?

Fruit is pretty much all carbohydrate, and carbohydrate raises blood sugar levels. So, the logical reasoning is that fruit raises blood sugar, therefore, fruit is “bad.” But is that really true? And what about bananas — should you avoid those if you have diabetes?