Food & Nutrition
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Eating healthy when money is tight can be challenging, especially if you are living with a costly condition like diabetes. These tips can help.
A diet that includes plenty of vegetables, fruits, and lean proteins is important for good health, especially if you have diabetes. Healthy eating is key to maintaining blood sugar levels in your target range. But the cost of nutritious foods can quickly add up.
Eating on a budget doesn’t mean you have to sacrifice nutrition. With a little know-how and planning, you can enjoy nutritious foods without breaking the bank. And if you need help, a diabetes care and education specialist can work with you to develop a plan that fits your lifestyle, beliefs, and culture.
If you enjoy breakfast, try to start your day with a nutritious meal.
While breakfast options abound, the best choices are high in fiber, protein, healthy fats, vitamins, and minerals.
Many nutritious, healthy foods and drinks are also easy to prepare in the morning. These include fruit, whole grain toast, eggs, green tea, coffee, and protein shakes.
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Is Soy Healthy?
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Brown Rice - 5 Ways
Looking for ways to incorporate more Brown Rice in your diet but getting tired of the standard milk-cinnamon-sugar routine? USDA's Food and Nutrition Service has shared new ways to use ingredients with the MyPlate 5 Ways Series. Today we point you to Brown Rice! Click ENJOY below.
Food & Nutrition
What we eat ultimately provides fuel for life. Here we strive to share information that you may find helpful or beneficial on your journey to living a more healthy life.