Dr. Renee Matthews & Dr. Kelly Wood talk about Diabetes & low blood sugar.
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Historically, alternative treatments—herbs, poultices, and other concoctions—were all we had to improve health and ward off disease. Once we gained better access to healthcare, our use of alternative treatments dropped. These days, however, studies show a steady increase in the read more about 8 Herbs and Spices To Liven Up Your Meals
If you're like most people, the thought of snacking comes along with a bit of trepidation. You believe that snacking can be a part of a healthy lifestyle. Still, you also associate snacking with less-healthy choices such as chips, crackers read more about 15 Diabetes Friendly Snacks
As a registered dietitian nutritionist (RDN), and a certified diabetes care and education specialist (CDCES), I get questions all the time from my clients about the glycemic index (GI)—especially from those working with me for weight loss, and/or to manage read more about The Glycemic Index: Should You Eat By the Numbers?
There are many ways to a healthy diabetes plate, so stop worrying about which diet is the perfect one for diabetes. The American Diabetes Association says that the principles of a healthy diet are the same for people with diabetes, read more about Stop Worrying About a Diabetic Diet
Recent research reveals that vitamin D deficiency is strongly linked to increased death in adults and is particularly associated with diabetes-related deaths. These findings are especially worrisome for black people who are disproportionately affected by vitamin D deficiency and type read more about Diabetics! This Vitamin is Vital for Your Health
There is no doubt that diabetes is a global epidemic of epic proportions--especially amongst people of color. Diabetes, or hyperglycemia, is high blood glucose. According to the Center for Disease Control, 13.2% and 12.2% of women and men respectively African-Americans read more about Diabetes and Your Feet: What You Don’t Know Will Hurt You