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  • Fewer People Are Being Diagnosed with Diabetes

    Fewer People Are Being Diagnosed with Diabetes

    Fewer cases of diabetes are being reported in recent years. However, the epidemic is not over!!   The number of new diabetes cases being reported has declined for the fifth year straight. After decades of […]

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  • Thai Peanut Curry Noodles

    Thai Peanut Curry Noodles

    Thai Peanut Curry Noodles Thai curry paste delivers a spicy kick-in-the-pants in this healthy peanut noodle recipe. If you haven’t tried kohlrabi yet, here’s your excuse to buy it. The bulbous vegetable is related to […]

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  • Making Sense of the New Dietary Guidelines

    Making Sense of the New Dietary Guidelines

    Have you been hearing about the newly released Dietary Guidelines for Americans 2015–2020 and wondering what the guidelines may mean for you? Healthy eating patterns from Dietary Guidelines for Americans 2015–2020  A bit of background […]

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  • Chive & Goat Cheese Souffles

    Chive & Goat Cheese Souffles

    Chive & Goat Cheese Souffles This light, airy individual cheese soufflé recipe is dramatically puffed when it comes out of the oven. Serve for a healthy brunch or lunch with a spring salad of watercress, […]

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  • Roast Chicken & Fennel

    Roast Chicken & Fennel

    Roast Chicken & Fennel With Italian spices, some diced fennel and toasty pine nuts, you’ll have a gorgeous supper in no time. Powered by WPeMatico

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  • A Major Breakthrough in Type 1 Diabetes Research

    A Major Breakthrough in Type 1 Diabetes Research

    Two top universities have teamed up to make important in-roads into finding a cure for Type 1 diabetes.   What happens when researchers from two top universities team up? In this case, it means some […]

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  • Diabetes and Cyberbullies

    Have you ever been bullied because of your diabetes? Have you ever read a comment or article online that made you mad or upset because it was untrue or hurtful? It may be nearly impossible […]

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  • To Snack or Not to Snack?

    Have you ever found yourself wondering, “Should I have a snack, or not?” The timing, type of snack and snack portions may vary from person to person depending on a number of factors. While a […]

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  • Diabetes and Heart-Friendlier Foods

    If you’re living with diabetes, you likely have blood sugar on the mind. And that’s a good thing because monitoring your blood sugar may help you understand how food, exercise, illness and medications affect your […]

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  • Taking the Mystery out of Meal and Menu Planning

    You might know what foods may be best for you, but transforming that knowledge into actually sitting down to delicious, healthful meals is another story. Many declare meal planning a mystery, the very mention of […]

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