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  • Sheet Pan Miso Salmon and Green Beans
    Sheet pan dinners are becoming a staple for busy weeknights. They are versatile and can be mixed and matched with different ingredients and flavor blends. This sheet pan recipe has a special gut health ingredient – miso!  There is more and more research being studied about gut health and the connection to overall health. Some are even calling the gut a “second brain” as now studies are ... Read More
    Published on Saturday, October 21, 2017
  • Ask D’Mine: Safe Sex with a Person with Diabetes?
    Hey, All -- if you've got questions about life with diabetes, then you've come to the right place! That would be our weekly diabetes advice column, Ask D'Mine, hosted by veteran type 1 and diabetes author Wil Dubois.Today, Wil is digging into a ... Read More
    Published on Saturday, October 21, 2017
  • How to Make Cauliflower Toast
    Want to pack more veggies into your day? Learn How to Make Cauliflower Toast and pump up the nutrition in your sandwich. How to Make Cauliflower Toast To the culinary genius who started the riced cauliflower trend, THANK YOU!  I’ve been playing around a lot in the kitchen with this low calorie, low carb ingredient and I have to say, it’s really versatile. Today I’m going to teach you How to Make Cauliflower Toast. It’s ... Read More
    Published on Saturday, October 21, 2017
  • Crunchy Sunflower Seed Granola – Gluten Free & Vegan
    Crunchy Sunflower Seed Granola – Gluten Free & Vegan Do you ever have those months where you make the same basic recipe with different variations a handful of times? This month that recipe was granola. I kid you not when I say my neighbors got a bag full of granola on multiple occasions because I just couldn’t figure out which one I wanted to be the winner. Well, lucky for all of us, I ... Read More
    Published on Saturday, October 21, 2017
  • Are My Joint Issues Due to Being Active, Normal Aging, or Diabetes?
    Living with diabetes often leads me to wonder if what I’m experiencing—particularly when it’s an irritated joint or an overuse injury—is a consequence of being a regularly physically active person, getting older, or having diabetes, or some combination of those. Which one of these is causing my joint issues? Is it possible to know? I will attempt to answer these questions based on my deeper dive into the published research. Personally, I have managed to ... Read More
    Published on Friday, October 20, 2017
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