The holidays are a great time to catch up with friends and family. There’s only one problem – this time of year involves a lot of food! That’s why holiday meal planning AND holiday eating with Prediabetes is all about planning and being prepared!
My Crustless Pumpkin Pie Pudding has no crust! Why would I do such a thing? Because pie crust is packed with saturated fat, empty calories and refined carbohydrates, that's why! AND eating the crust will add at least 125 more calories right to your waistline.
Plus, Thanksgiving and Christmas dinners are already wayyyy overboard in calories...so here's the easy way for you to cut the calories but still enjoy those festive family dinners. I'm all in!
The holiday season starts tomorrow! Pretty soon you'll be busy buying gifts, preparing for holiday meals, going to festive events and reconnecting with family and friends. But with all the festivities, will you exercise during the holidays?
(Tip: "exercise" can be as simple going for a walk, you don’t have to go to a gym.)
Learn why exercise during the holidays is so important and what will likely happen if you don’t make time for it. You'll also learn the ONE exercise that will make the biggest difference on those big-meal days.
You can enjoy this applesauce if you have Diabetes, Prediabetes or Insulin Resistance. That's totally yummy news!
Learn how to make my easy Diabetic Applesauce Recipe (no sugar) AND learn some really delish things you can do with your applesauce including making Diabetic friendly cookies!
If you've never roasted Brussels sprouts before, you're missing out! Roasted Brussels sprouts are super easy to make, won't add to your waistline AND they taste delicious! Learn how to make my Diabetic Friendly Roasted Brussels sprouts. You'll be happy you did!
I know it's crazy to think about it but...the holidays will soon be upon us! AND the holiday season is the hardest time for Diabetics or those trying really hard to prevent Diabetes!
What's a Diabetic woman to do???? Learn the best ways for Surviving the Holidays with Diabetes (or Prediabetes) AND find out how you can join other ladies who want to survive the holiday season too!
Fasting is the latest fad diet trend that's all the rage right now. But is fasting all it's cracked up to be? Does fasting have any downsides, side effects or risks? Is fasting a long term weight loss solution?
And is fasting safe for a medical condition like Insulin Resistance, Prediabetes, or even Type 2 Diabetes? Let's talk about fasting in today's blog post...Fasting: Good or Bad for Diabetes Long Term?
Fad diets and the Internet are full of claims that you can't eat potatoes when you have Diabetes. Are any of these claims true? Are Diabetes and Potatoes a bad combination? Find out in this blog post!
Sometimes women with Prediabetes have other health problems too! The most common is PCOS. Learn all about Prediabetes and PCOS in today's blog post.
We'll talk about what you need to know about PCOS and what you can do about PCOS. There is lots you can do about this condition, so don't miss this blog post!
Do you know what Prediabetes questions women ask me more than anything? Questions about food! Can I eat this? Should I avoid that? Is a little of this ok?
All these questions have simple answers! Let's get started with the Common Questions About Food and Prediabetes.