What is Diabetes


5 Summer Beverages You’ll Want to Avoid
June 25, 2017 | Leave a Comment

Summertime has arrived, and that means the weather outside is quickly warming up! After spending a long day out in the sweltering summer sun, it might be tempting to grab the nearest icy beverage to help cool off. However, some of the most popular summertime beverages have a surprising amount of hidden sugars and unhealthy … Read More

Vinegar & Diabetes: Can It Reduce Blood Glucose Levels?
May 25, 2017 | Leave a Comment

Vinegar continues to gain in popularity among consumers for its many purported health benefits including hypertension, weight loss, dandruff, leg cramps, fungal infections, and diabetes.  However, there is no clear scientific evidence to support these claims except for diabetes. In fact, there is an emerging body of evidence to support the benefit of vinegar in … Read More

How to Make Sushi Diabetes Friendly
May 12, 2017 | Leave a Comment

                              One of the most popular dishes on a Japanese menu is sushi. Since the first sushi restaurants opened in the 1960s, sushi has soared in popularity. Today there are over 4,000 sushi restaurants across the states. You can even find … Read More

Closing the Diabetes Disparities Gap
April 30, 2017 | Leave a Comment

When it comes to diabetes in the United States, minority populations are hardest hit. African Americans and Hispanics are almost twice as likely as non-Hispanic whites to be diagnosed with diabetes by a physician, according to the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services’ Office of Minority Health and national examination surveys. African American and … Read More

April Newsletter – The Eggcellent Egg
April 13, 2017 | Leave a Comment

In recent headlines, eggs have been receiving more attention. From their health benefits to possible health risk, information about eggs is everywhere—with this information also comes some confusion. Are Are eggs healthy to eat? How much? How often? What type is best to buy? What does the label mean? Click here to read the April … Read More