This year’s Cinco de Mayo conveniently falls on Taco Tuesday, and with a little planning, patients with diabetes can enjoy the annual celebration. Despite the reputation that Mexican food has for being high in fat and carbs, it’s possible to make healthier swaps that keep your eating on track.
As the period of quarantine continues around the world, patients with diabetes continue to be at greater risk of developing complications related to the COVID 19 virus. Aside from taking necessary precautions to protect against exposure to the virus, people living with diabetes can proactively improve their diets to boost their immune systems and their overall physical health.
Coronavirus has disrupted life as we know it, but as the quarantine continues, patients with diabetes can take a proactive role in their own health. Though diabetic patients don’t have greater chances ofcontractingthe virus, they have a greater likelihood of complications if theydoget sick, especially if their diabetes is uncontrolled. By planning ahead and preparing for a variety of possibilities, you can protect yourself and ensure your continued health.
The holidays can always be a challenging time for diabetics. Especially when not everyone in your family abides by or understand your dietary restrictions. As a mother in a household where my husband battled diabetes and neuropathy, I had to identify healthy, delicious dishes that would be appetizing for the whole family. To assist you I put together a list of 10 amazing Easter dishes you can use this Easter.
Did you know that during Halloween people consume more than 7,000 calories of sugar and that more than 600 million pounds of candy are given out each year? Now that’s a lot of sugar! But, there are alternative treats you can have this Halloween.
We gathered 5 alternative treats you can make or have this year. They are simple and most impo...
It is admirable for a man to take his son fishing, but there is a special place in heaven for the father who takes his daughter shopping.
– John Sinor
I really like that quote but in my home, it probably would have read “shooting” rather than shopping!
Does it count as “shopping” if your dad has you drive him to Walmart for yellow golf ba...
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