Latest Expert Articles

  • teriyaki cauliflower & kale stir-fry
    Nope, cauliflower doesn’t taste like chicken! But if you like teriyaki, do give this high-flavor stir-fry a try. I’ve given chicken teriyaki a vegan makeover by using cauliflower as the hearty highlight. This recipe gets a punch of natural sweetness from pure pineapple juice, a spicy kick from red hot chili pepper, and extra zing from a generous amount of fresh ginger. The only thing missing is some protein. So pair this Meatless Monday-friendly ... Read More
    Published on Monday, March 27, 2017
  • 6 Healthy Pasta Recipes to Meet All Your Dietary Needs
    6 Healthy Pasta Recipes To Meet All Your Dietary Needs By: Klara Knezevic RD, LD Pasta is delicious! Healthy pasta recipes make a quick and easy meal, and can be part of any balanced diet. If you have different chronic diseases  (such as diabetes, IBS or cancer) you have some different dietary restrictions to consider. For diabetes, you may need to control the amount of carbs that are present in your meal, while those with IBS need to ... Read More
    Published on Monday, March 27, 2017
  • Ask D’Mine: What Metformin Is Good For (and Not)
    Need help navigating life with diabetes? You can always Ask D'Mine! Welcome again to our weekly Q&A column, hosted by veteran type 1, diabetes author and clinical expert Wil Dubois. This week, Wil offers some (non-doctor) thoughts on mixing a ... Read More
    Published on Saturday, March 25, 2017
  • Is Meditation Necessary for Mindful Eating?
    Frustration and fatigue with diets and the traditional “eat less, exercise more” approach to health seem to be at an all-time high. The upside is that it has opened the door for people to learn about mindful eating as an alternative path to balanced eating, freedom with food, and peace with their body. There are a handful of quality programs available for individuals who are ready to change their relationship with food and trainings for ... Read More
    Published on Friday, March 24, 2017
  • Alternative Schooling for Children with Type 1
    We recently posted about a study which found that teens with Type 1 were at greater risk of dropping out. On our Facebook page, readers shared stories of needing to seek alternatives to public school for children with Type 1. Here are some of their comments: I pulled my son out in second grade and started homeschooling him because the school was treating his highs and lows as a behavioral problem and refused to properly ... Read More
    Published on Friday, March 24, 2017
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