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How to Tame Late-Night Snack Attacks

Plus, no-guilt snacks options when you've just gotta have something
Q. I eat a healthy dinner, but I can't go a night without sweet cravings in the evening. How can I stop this late night snacking?

Food Police On Your Case Again?

Expert advice on how to get everyone on the same page
When you have diabetes, it seems as though it gives everyone around you a license to critique your food choices. Although this often comes from a place of love and support, it can feel quite judgmental and hurtful when it is happening.

Blood Sugar Control: Does Cutting Out White Foods Really Help?

Q: I have cut out all “white” foods from my diet, but my blood sugar levels are still running high after meals. What else can I do at mealtimes to improve my readings?

Are My Kids at Risk of Type 2 Diabetes, Too?

Q: I was recently diagnosed with type 2 diabetes. How likely is it that my children will develop type 2 diabetes, and how can I prevent it?

Prediabetes? The Coffee-Health Connection

Plus, 5 Tips on How to Do Coffee Right

4 Hidden Sugar Traps and How to Avoid Them

Americans sip, slurp, munch and crunch a whopping 18 to 23 teaspoons of added sugars per day – that’s 78 pounds per year! Until labels get smarter about added sugars, here’s how you can avoid “hidden sugar” traps today.

5 Tips for How to Stay Motivated When the Scale Won't Budge

Staying motivated over time is the key to long term weight loss success and improved health. Here's expert advice on how to stay the course.

Should You Ditch Sugar if You Have Type 2 Diabetes?

Q. I was recently diagnosed with type 2 diabetes. Do I have to give up all sugar? Certified Diabetes Educator Erin Palinski, RD, sets the record straight.

Can Cranberry Juice Control Blood Sugar and Lower Blood Pressure?

A new study found that drinking cranberry juice reduces some key risk factors for cardiovascular disease and diabetes. The study, published in the Journal of Nutrition, adds compelling evidence to the growing body of research on the benefits of berries on the heart.

4 Cooking Personality Types That Can Sabotage You in the Kitchen

Plus, Expert Advice on How to Tweak These for Success
Making the commitment to plan and prepare healthy meals on a consistent basis takes work. Add in the added challenge of diabetes and, well, life can be a bit (or a lot!) more stressful. Take Back the Kitchen Blogger and Cooking Coach Alma Schneider says the key is to pinpoint your cooking personality type.
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