Who says Christmas can’t be deliciously enjoyable for people living with diabetes and their families? If you’ve been successfully managing the condition for the past eleven months, there’s absolutely no reason to throw it all away for the sake of festivities and there’s definitely no reason why you can’t enjoy the season just as much..
Right here in T&T, approximately 180,000 people are living with Diabetes. What is even more troubling is that it is estimated that a further 180,000 maybe missing the signs and are living with this preventable lifestyle disease. Could you or a loved one be one of them? Do any of these symptoms seem familiar? Symptoms..
The new school term is right around the corner. This time the classroom is in your living room and when it’s break time and lunch time your kitchen becomes their cafeteria. Here are some helpful diabetic focused nutrition tips to keep your little genius healthy and bright. MEALS Ensure there’s a balance of low-GI* carbs,..
MOVE YOUR BODY… Actively taking control of your Diabetes through exercise. You’ve heard it time and time again that regular physical activity has countless benefits for health and wellbeing. Even more so for people living with diabetes. Here’s how… Helps the body use insulin better and keep blood glucose at recommended levels Assists you..
Ingredients 5 lbs pumpkin or squash 3/4 tsp each ground cinnamon, pepper and salt Olive oil for brushing Steps Clean the pumpkin and squash and cut into 2” chunks Mix together the spices. Lightly brush veggies with olive oil, and dust with the spice mix. Bake at 350F for 30 minutes, or until a fork..
Kids always love chicken tenders, and this is a cheap, healthy and delicious option. You can use boneless thighs or breast, or simply use the coating for a baked chicken meal pleaser. Ingredients 1 pound chicken thighs or breast, boneless, skinless. If using bone-in chicken, use 2 lbs chicken and double the spices. 1 cup..