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Is the Hot Sauce Craze All Hype?

Is the Hot Sauce Craze All Hype?

You know what is hot, hot, hot right now? Hot sauce! Everyone from celebrities to your neighbor next door can’t seem to get enough of this fiery red sauce, but is the craze really worth the hype?
April 14, 2016
Research shows there's more to hot sauce than they hype. The fiery condiment has actual health benefits that may even help manage diabetes.
Bring on the Full-Fat Dairy? Not So Fast

Bring on the Full-Fat Dairy? Not So Fast

Full-fat dairy was linked with reduced risk of diabetes, but experts say it's not a green light to load up on milk, cheese and butter.
April 11, 2016
Adults who consumed more full-fat dairy products (as reflected by higher levels of certain fatty acids in their blood samples) had a lower risk of getting type 2 diabetes over a long-term follow-up, according to a new study from Circulation.
Can a Monday Fast Fix Weekend Overeating?

Can a Monday Fast Fix Weekend Overeating?

Registered Dietitian Erin Palinski Wade weighs in on the pros and cons of intermittent fasting
March 29, 2016
A registered dietitian looks at the research about fasting for weight loss and insulin resistance
5 St. Patrick's Day Recipe Makeovers

5 St. Patrick's Day Recipe Makeovers

Here's to your health— or slainte, as the Irish like to say!
March 15, 2016
Registered Dietitian Erin Palinski reached out to her favorite food bloggers to find super healthy versions of St. Patrick’s Day favorites, including Irish Soda Bread and Shepherd's Pie.
Can't Sleep? Eat These Food Combos

Can't Sleep? Eat These Food Combos

Three substances that can help lull you to sleep—serotonin, tryptophan and melatonin—are found in many commonly-available foods. Try these diabetes-friendly, late-night snacks next time you need help catching some zzz's.
March 09, 2016
Getting sufficient sleep is essential to good health and optimal glucose control. If you have trouble falling asleep, try these slumber-inducing, late-night snacks before bed.
5 Food Combos That Can Help Your Heart

5 Food Combos That Can Help Your Heart

These simple food combinations taste great, are diabetes friendly and good for your heart.
March 01, 2016
Having diabetes increases your risk of heart disease, the number one killer of both men and women in the US. Check out these yummy heart-protective food combos.
The Best and Worst Types of Fat to Eat

The Best and Worst Types of Fat to Eat

Fat can be good for you or bad for you, depending on where it comes from in your diet, how much of it you eat, and how much of it gets stored in your body.
February 29, 2016
Simply put, fat matters. Here's what you need to know about the fat in your diet and on your body explained by an expert, Susan McQuillan, MS, RDN, CDN.
Dinner and a Few Movies for Your Health

Dinner and a Few Movies for Your Health

February 17, 2016
Fitness Expert Nicole Glor shares how her diet looks a lot different after viewing three popular food documentaries, including the newest Food for Thought, Food for Life.
4 Diabetes-Approved Valentine's Day Desserts

4 Diabetes-Approved Valentine's Day Desserts

What's not to love about these swoon-worthy treats?
February 11, 2016
Four delicious, decadent diabetes-approved desserts that will make you swoon this Valentine's Day.
Why This Former President's Heart Healthy Diet is Good for Diabetes, too

Why This Former President's Heart Healthy Diet is Good for Diabetes, too

In honor of President's Day, a look at how former President Clinton's health dramatically improved through changes to his diet and how you can incorporate his strategy into your life.
February 11, 2016
Former President Bill Clinton is no stranger to heart disease. After overhauling his diet, he lost 30 lbs and lowered his risk for many diseases, including diabetes.
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