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What’s the Paleo Diet?

The Paleolithic diet is a basic nutritious plan dieticians have designed that can be super helpful in shedding pounds, and gaining good health. Our progenitors were eating food that has been scientifically proven to help people to lose and keep up a healthy weight over the long term. The perfect result of the stone age man diet was acknowledged by ... Read More »

400-Calorie Carb-Smart Dinners You’ll Love

Tired of counting calories? We hear you. We put together our favorite calorie-conscious dishes—all between 350 and 400 calories each—so you have one less detail to deal with this week! Also if you want gorgeous, radiant locks or to heal fast from that pulled hammy after dropping into a split, then protein is a must. Every cell, tissue, and organ ... Read More »

How to Make Patti LaBelle’s Free-Form Apple Tart

It’s no secret that one of Patti LaBelle’s favorite places to be is in the kitchen (and she makes a mean sweet potato pie!). But just like you, LaBelle must keep her type 2 diabetes management in mind when she’s filling up her plate. Now, you too can be a carb-smart diva in the kitchen with her new cookbook Desserts ... Read More »

Surprising Diabetic Mexican Recipes

A nutritious and balanced diet is an important part of managing your diabetes health. A healthy diabetes diet focuses on nutrient-rich foods such as fruit, non-starchy vegetables, legumes, whole grains, lean sources of protein and reduced-fat dairy products. Following a proper diabetes diet can help stabilize your blood glucose levels, as well as improve your cholesterol, blood pressure and weight. ... Read More »

Eat to Beat Diabetes

High blood pressure increases your risk for heart attack, stroke and cardiovascular disease. Blood pressure management is critical if you have diabetes since it also increases your risk for diabetes complications. In addition to maintaining a healthy weight and limiting alcohol intake, a healthy diet can improve your blood pressure levels and your overall health, according to the American Heart ... Read More »