Diabetes Diet
Information on Type 2 Diabetes and the Glycemic Index
Diabetes 2 and the Glycemic Index Good carbohydrates or bad carbohydrates? Low glycemic index or high glycemic index? Life can become very complicated for you with Type 2 diabetes. Not only do you need to monitor your glucose levels, remember your medicines but you also have to plan your meal strategy for keeping your glucose levels in a safe range. Scientists have argued for years about what makes blood sugar levels too high for those with type 2 diabetes. Probable offenders include sugar, carbohydrates (carbs) in general, simple carbs, and starches. The American Diabetes Association (ADA) considers counting carbs a...
Introducing Diet and Weight Loss Tips for Baby Boomers
Aging well is a science as well as an art carefully blended with a bunch of common sense. That’s my take on these later years. The more I think about it as the older I become, aging well is more than trying to look 10 or 15 or even 5 years younger than how you look. Anti aging is all about wrinkle creams, botox, fillers and plastic surgery. Aging well is all about staying active so you can enjoy your later years. It seems to me, then, that there are two simple ingredients to aging well: exercising and eating right....
Change Our Eating Habits
Most of us understand that the American diet is harmful to cardiovascular health. Even so we keep on eating  and put on the pounds. Some say the cause of this overeating is our stressful lives and the advertising industry that encourages overeating. That coupled with the chance to eat poorly at every corner enables us to make lousy choices about what we eat. Besides, our own smaller worlds are imbedded with fragmented family schedules.  We have traded nutrition for convenience. We have traded our appetites to the advertising world. Changing the way we eat goes a long way to prevent...
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