Food and Health, Prevention

Diabetes management is so much more than measuring blood glucose. Do your clients know how to keep track of the various required tests and routine activities that accompany a diabetes diagnosis? Check out today's post for a free chart that can help your clients manage their diabetes...
 
Food and Health, Prevention

Let's talk about the American Diabetes Association. What is it? How can it be useful to your clients? And what has changed about its 2015 Guidelines for People with Diabetes? Why? Get all the answers (and a new handout!) in today's post...
 
Cooking

The American Diabetes Association (ADA) has issued new dietary guidelines in which all carbohydrates are treated alike, be they from whole wheat pasta, lentil soup, cookies or candy. The new guidelines published in the January Diabetes Care Journal do emphasize that more nutritious sources of carbohydrates should be emphasized....
 
Cooking

In January 2004 the American Diabetes Association (ADA) released its dietary recommendations for patients with type 2 diabetes.1 While they are reasonable, they are far from optimal. They state, “In subjects with type 2 diabetes, it appears that ingestion of very large amounts of fiber are necessary to confer...