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Is Keto Healthy?

On Tuesdays, we love sharing great recipes with you! Frequently the recipes we share are from keto diet-centered websites. Those recipes can be great as part of a blood sugar-friendly…

Three Savory Snacks to Fight High Cholesterol

Recently, we took a look at three sweet, cholesterol-friendly snacks. As you know, 75 percent of cholesterol comes from your liver. The other 25 percent is diet related. Sometimes you…

Is Fresh Pineapple Good for Your Blood?

There is a long-standing myth that fruit is bad for people with blood sugar concerns. The sugar in whole fruit is locked in fiber. Even when those sugar fears are…

How Can a Food Diary Help You?

When dieting, the course many of us take is to jump in with both feet and cut out certain foods or commit to specific diets. But making big plans without…

Why Eating Cake Is Good for Your Diet

Anyone with blood sugar or weight concerns has a million tricks for eating healthy and trying to avoid feeling deprived. But, it’s hard not to feel left out when we…

Sweet Snacks for High Cholesterol

Cholesterol within the body comes from two sources — diet and liver. Your liver is responsible for 75 percent of that cholesterol. It’s important to talk to a doctor if…

Yo-yo Dieting is Bad for Blood Sugar, Heart

Many of us struggle to lose weight. And when we do lose the pounds, we tend to regain it. Then it’s a case of lather, rinse and repeat. We restart…

Greens May Be Good for Memory

We frequently write about how great fruit and vegetables are for blood sugar. A study with almost 28,000 men has shown that they might also lower your risk of memory…

Pasta Can Be Part of Weight Loss

According to Canadian researchers, pasta is not as detrimental as we think! Using information from 30 trials with almost 2,500 participants, they performed a meta-analysis of the previously collected data.…

What’s Turmeric and Why Do Dieticians Love It?

Turmeric, a root from a plant in the ginger family, has been hailed as a health food by many. Two teaspoons contain 15 percent of your daily recommended intake of…