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What To Know About High And Low Blood Sugar

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Your blood sugar ( glucose) levels are a good indicator of your health.  Each time your blood sugar is not within a healthy range, you will begin to feel ill and the symptoms may vary if your blood sugar is high or low. Being aware of the signals your body sends you is very important […]

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12 Diabetes Superfoods To Eat In 2017

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Maintaining a healthy diet is often a struggle for those with diabetes – you never know how a certain food may affect your blood sugar levels.  But that doesn’t mean that you need to go on a special diet – all you have to do is make more conscious meal choices and stick to smaller […]

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Diabetes Recipe : 15 Minute Grilled Halloumi Salad

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If you’re sick of grilled chicken and fish in your  diabetes diet, try this delicious grilled halloumi and beetroot salad to add a fancy twist to your lunch. Use your favourite greens and don’t forget the walnuts – they add a healthy crunch! What You Need 1 slice of Halloumi cheese 1/2 cup sliced beetroot ( […]

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What Is Type 2 Diabetes and Who Is At Risk?

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The food we eat breaks down into glucose, a type of sugar, which then moves to the blood stream and provides the body energy. In order for the glucose to reach our cells, there must be the presence of insulin, which is a hormone produced by the pancreas, a gland found behind the stomach. Type […]

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What Is The Diabetes Prevention Program?

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The Habits Diabetes Coach is based on the Diabetes Prevention Program. The Diabetes Prevention Program (DPP) was a major clinical research study conducted in the US. The aim of the study was to determine whether modest weight loss through diet changes and increased physical activity could prevent or delay type 2 diabetes in study participants. […]

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Holiday Seasons and Diabetes: Eat This Not That

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  ‘Tis the season to be jolly… and to eat! Holidays are all about food and this can be problem for those with diabetes. Try these healthier swaps for your favorite holiday foods to keep your blood sugars within a normal range.    Dark Turkey Meat vs Skinless Roasted Turkey Breast   Candied Yams vs Roasted Sweet […]

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How And What To Eat With Diabetes

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Being diagnosed with diabetes doesn’t mean that you need to go on a special diet – all you have to do is make more conscious meal choices and stick to smaller portions. Since your body needs a combination of vitamins, minerals and proteins to remain healthy, a healthy diet helps to keep your body running […]

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Sugar Free Recipes: 3 Ingredient Berry Pops!

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Ice cream may be a no-no for you with diabetes but that doesn’t mean you can’t enjoy a frozen treat when you’re craving one. One of the easiest sugar free recipes, try these delicious low fat frozen banana and berry pops – they’re the perfect snack or dessert option which won’t take you over your carb limit […]

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Diabetes Diet: Healthy Pancakes To Brighten Your Breakfast

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Breakfast is the most important meal of the day and it’s important to start off on a nutritious note. However if you’re sick of eggs and cereal in your diabetes diet, give these healthy pancakes a try. They contain no added sugar and take around 10 minutes to whip up! What you need 2 eggs […]

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Watch: This Easy Baked Fish Will Be A Hit At Dinner

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Fish is high in protein and low in fat and carbs which makes it the perfect choice for a light dinner. This easy baked fish recipe is yummy, come together really quickly and won’t cause your blood glucose numbers to rise. Try it for dinner tonight!  

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