You can still stay on track with your eating goals, whether you’re out on the town at one of your favorite restaurants or enjoying yourself at social events. Here are strategies to help you make the best choice in both of these settings while trying to manage your blood sugar. Tips
What is the Keto Diet? Unless you’ve been living in a yurt in Mongolia for the last few years, chances are you’ve been hearing magical stories about the Keto diet. How followers dropped tons of weight, seemingly effortlessly, all while eating steak and butter! You may have even rolled your
When, where, who, and why? We’re back for part 2 of our Cheating “cheatsheet” blog. If you haven’t had a chance, check out Part 1 here. But this week, we’re going to focus less on food and more on your environment. Because it’s a big thing that often gets overlooked.
Now you might be reading that title and thinking, “Theresa, have you lost your stinking mind? What do you mean cheat on your diet?” And I assure you…not yet! But when we’re trying to figure out how to eat or how to lose weight to better manage our blood sugar
When it comes to food myths, diabetes and prediabetes are fertile ground for outdated ideas and misinformation – or rather misunderstood information. The good news is, most of these myths are either entirely wrong or completely blown out of proportion. The bad news is, people still believe them and are
Poor choices are easy when there’s no (meal) plan We don’t make the best choices when tired And when we have the added concern of maintaining healthy blood sugar levels, it becomes almost impossible. When we’re tired – whether from a full day at work or a long day running
Recently we talked about 65 Ways To Get More Active Everyday, but today we’re going to switch up the focus to your diet. And by diet, I don’t mean some crazy cabbage soup weight loss plan. I am just talking about your normal, day-to-day eating style.