Ladies, my flax bread recipe has only 1 carb in each piece! It’s also packed with fiber and tons of healthy fats. Wanna learn how to make it?
I think cornmeal muffins are delish! But regular cornmeal muffins are full of refined white flour and sugar!!! Not exactly the thing that a lady with Insulin Resistance, Prediabetes, or Type 2 Diabetes should be eating!
No worries though...my Cornmeal Chia Muffin Recipe is Diabetes friendly, super healthy, has whole grain fiber, bean flour, chia and NO sugar at all!!! Yup no sugar. Instead my Cornmeal Chia Muffin's are sweetened with blood-sugar-friendly dates!
So let's make some Sugar-Free Cornmeal Chia Muffins!
Ladies, when you have Prediabetes, the last thing you want to do is make it worse. You need healthy Prediabetes Lunch Ideas! Read on to find out what you need to eat to keep your blood sugar stable all afternoon and into the night!
Ladies, when you have Prediabetes, the last thing you want to do is make it worse. You need healthy Prediabetes Breakfast Ideas! Read on to find out what you need to eat to keep your blood sugar stable and start the day out right.
A lot of ladies are always asking me what they need to do to get healthy again. Getting and staying healthy is complicated so you can't just do one thing.
But to make it easy for you, I've created this blog mini-series just for you! It's called the Top 10 Things You Must Do To Get Healthy (and stay healthy)...AND this is Part 1.
Do you want to get healthy once and for all...AND stay healthy for the rest of your life? Then you need to read the Top 10 Things You Must Do To Get Healthy (and stay healthy), Part 2.
Do you want to get healthy once and for all? AND stay healthy for the rest of your life? Then don’t delay. Get reading the Top 10 Things You Must Do To Get Healthy (and stay healthy), Part 3. (There's even a game you get to play in #9 below.)
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!
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!