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Stomach Nerves Act as Circadian "Food Clock"

Stomach nerves act as circadian clock, limiting food intake to specific times of the day. Disruption to this rhythm may lead to obesity.
December 04, 2013
Circadian food clock and risk of obesity

What You Eat Really Does Matter

November 13, 2013
Higher intake of butter and margarine increases risk of heart disease among patients with diabetes.

Carb Counting at Breakfast: Start Your Day Off Right

May 31, 2012
Counting your carbs at breakfast can help you start your day off right—whether you have type 1 diabetes or type 2 diabetes.
How to Count Carbs at Restaurants

How to Count Carbs at Restaurants

Having diabetes doesn't mean the end of dining out but a little advanced planning can help you keep your blood sugars stable.
May 31, 2012
Learn more about counting carbs at restaurants. Having diabetes doesn't mean you can't eat out but you'll have a much better experience if you do your homework first.

Artificial Sweeteners and Diabetes

Sugar-free Isn't Always Healthy
March 30, 2012
Sugar-free or low sugar foods aren't always as healthy as they seem for people with diabetes. Get the scoop on artificial sweeteners, sugar alcohols, and what it really means when a food says it doesn't have sugar.

Filling Up—Without Filling Up on Carbs

How to Beat Carb Cravings When You Have Type 2 Diabetes
March 30, 2012
Try as you may when you have type 2 diabetes, you can't always get rid of your carb cravings. This article provides tips on how to control carb cravings and stick to your diabetes meal plan.

Fruit: Bringing a Little Sweetness into Your Diabetes Diet

Full of Good-for-You Anti-oxidants and Vitamins
March 30, 2012
The “Right” Fat for Diabetes

The “Right” Fat for Diabetes

Lose Weight, Better Manage Your Diabetes—and Eat Some Fat
March 30, 2012
Learn about the different types of fat and how they affect your body and insulin levels.
Portion Control: 7 Ways to Watch What You Eat

Portion Control: 7 Ways to Watch What You Eat

Healthy Eating with Type 2 Diabetes
April 21, 2011
Portion control is significant when it comes to losing weight with type 2 diabetes. Monitoring how much you eat can help you achieve a healthy weight. In this slideshow, you’ll learn 7 simple ways to reduce your portion sizes at every meal.