A lot of ladies are totally confused when it comes to Prediabetes and Sugar. Is sugar ok to eat? Are sugar replacements better? What about artificial sugars? Protect your health by learning the answers to these important questions and more in today's blog post.
It’s no surprise Bean Bowls are all the rage the days. They taste delicious! And Bean Bowls are super healthy too!
Learn How to Make A Bean Bowl in just 7 easy steps. I'll also tell you my secret to an awesome bean bowl.
Hot cereal is a great way to eat whole grains. But hot cereal day after day can get a little boring.
Why not spruce things up by adding some crunch, extra taste and 8 more grams of fiber? Read on to learn how to make my Yummy Hot Cereal Fiber Booster. AND as a bonus I'll share some of my favorite totally great tasting hot cereal options.
Don’t miss this Prediabetes Breakfast Hot Cereal blog post...unless you want to continue eating boring oatmeal.
It's winter time so my family and I have been enjoying lots of wonderful curries after we come in from our chilly Saturday afternoon walks.
My new all-time-favorite recipe is my Cashew Curry. Learn just how easy it is to make my Cashew Curry and find out my favorite way to eat it in today's recipe blog post.
Lots of ladies with Prediabetes tell me they don't eat popcorn because they're scared of the carbs. Is this right? Do Prediabetes and popcorn mix?
Find out the real truth about Prediabetes and popcorn in today's blog post.
Something very cool happened to me the other day. I walked my 20 millionth step with my Fitbit!!! OK, I didn't do this all over night! This all started just over 4 years ago... Read on to learn my own story of why I got my Fitbit, why I love my Fitbit, and why I'd never let anyone take my Fitbit away.
If you remember my blog post from last week, (Prediabetes and Lentils) you'll remember how much lentils can help you control your blood sugar.
That's right! These fiber-rich gems are like gold when it comes to blood sugar control.
Sounds like my Lentil Baby-Potato Stew Recipe would be a great idea for supper! I've given you instructions for both the Instant Pot and the stove.
Did you know that lentils are a low glycemic food? This means you get a SLOWER and LOWER blood sugar response when you eat lentils. Yippee! So let's get right into learning about Prediabetes and lentils.
A lot of ladies don’t know this but there are two types of fiber: soluble and insoluble fiber. And do you want to know what?
One type of fiber is awesome for your blood sugar control. The other type won’t help you control your blood sugar at all...but it helps prevent cancer.
That's why you have to eat both kinds of fiber!
Do you need to count carbs when you have Prediabetes or Insulin Resistance? That's one of the questions ladies ask me a lot! Today you get the answer! (And a few surprises you probably didn't see coming.)