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HEALTHY NEW YEAR!5 steps to getting back into your routine

Which healthy habits went out your window over the holidays? Portion control? Getting sufficient quality sleep? Getting your steps? Eat the recommended serving of vegetables? It's easy to wake up in January and realize that your routine isn't quite a routine anymore. So how can you get back on track? 1. Give up the guilt. You may have eaten too much, took your measures too...

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5 DIABETES-FRIENDLY BREAKFAST FOOD

If you have diabetes, it’s time to overhaul your morning meal. Why? Studies show eating breakfast lowers your chance of overeating throughout the day.1 Of course, you’ve got to pick the right foods. Many popular breakfast foods have sugars and carbs — which can spike your blood sugar. You’ll also want to avoid...

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8 WAYS TO CONQUER YOUR CRAVINGS

Everyone has cravings, but for people with diabetes, it’s even more important to resist temptation. Fortunately, food cravings typically originate in our minds and aren’t driven by a physical need. Knowing this, can you find the will to resist? 1. Check your sugar1 If you have diabetes, there’s a very real possibility your body does need something. Have you ever been overwhelmed by a sudden craving, only to realize later that it was just low sugar? You could save yourself a lot of trouble...

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TOP MYTHS & FACTS ABOUT FOOD AND DIABETES  

  Food and Diabetes: Top Myths and Facts   Many myths surround diabetes, especially when it comes to food and diabetes. This makes it hard to figure out what you can and cannot eat. Are carbs bad for you? Are you allowed to eat sweets? Do you have to follow a special diet? To make things easier, here’s a look at the facts behind some of the top myths surrounding food and diabetes. Myth #1 – Eating Sugar Can Cause Diabetes...

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EASY BAKE 4-INGREDIENT COOKIES

Ever get a craving for freshly baked cookies? This quick and healthy recipe only uses four ingredients - which I bet you have on hand right now! Not a fan of chocolate? Simply substitute raisins, cherries, coconut or whatever mix-ins you like best. WATCH VIDEO ...

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START THE DAY OFF RIGHT

It’s a fact: breakfast is the most important meal of the day. In addition to providing you with the energy you need, it helps you keep hunger under control and prevent drops in blood sugar… as long as you limit carbohydrate and fat intake in favor of protein and fibre. Low on time or ideas in the morning? Here’s some inspiration!...

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A MATTER OF CHOCOLATE

Why deny yourself the pleasure? Good for both your mood and your cardiovascular health, chocolate can very easily be integrated into your diet—as long as it’s consumed in moderation, of course. GOOD FATS The types of fats contained in cacao butter, such as monounsaturated fatty...

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