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School Lunch Ideas for Kids with Diabetes

September 01, 2003
Packing school lunches for a child with type 1 diabetes or type 2 diabetes is easy and fun. We'll show you simple ways to make healthy lunches for your child with diabetes.

Diabetic Jam, Jelly, and Relish Recipes

August 01, 2003
Preserving fresh foods to enjoy later in the year is a cooking technique as old as cooking itself. We've put together some diabetic jam, jelly, and relish recipes to get you through the colder months.

Diabetic Food Exchanges Made Easy

July 01, 2003
Meal planning and eating with type 1 diabetes or type 2 diabetes is a lot easier when you follow the food exchange system.


June 01, 2003
Just because you have diabetes, you don't have to eat bland food.  You're probably well aware of that, but one of the challenges of cooking (even if you don't have diabetes) is keeping things flavorful and interesting—while watching the health content.

Reading Food Labels for Diabetes Health

Pay Attention to the Food Label to Take Care of Your Diabetes
May 01, 2003
By paying attention to food labels, you will be better able to manage your blood glucose levels.

Stocking the Pantry for Quick Meals

Cooking Tips for Diabetics
April 01, 2003
Cooking for someone with diabetes, whether yourself or someone else, is really just a commitment to cooking healthy on a day-to-day basis. Get tips on what to keep in your pantry so that you can always make a diabetic recipe.
Healthy Snacks for Kids with Diabetes

Healthy Snacks for Kids with Diabetes

April 01, 2003
What are the best snacks for your child with type 1 diabetes or type 2 diabetes? A diabetes expert shares her ideas for go-to snacks that you can make sure to always have on hand.

Cooking with Diabetes Tip: Use Olive Oil

January 01, 2003
Olive oil is an excellent way to add flavor to a dish while watching the nutritional content (which is important for people with diabetes).
What You Need to Know About Cooking With Sugar Substitutes

What You Need to Know About Cooking With Sugar Substitutes

Yes you can eat sugar if you have diabetes—as long as it fits into your total carbohydrate allowance for the day. Using sweeteners is one way to satisfy your sweet tooth without adding a lot of extra carbs.
December 01, 2002
Learn more about using sugar substitutes when baking to satisfy your sweet tooth and keep your blood sugar from spiking.

Diabetes-friendly Recipes for Kids: Comfort Foods

Macaroni and Cheese, Chicken Nuggets, and Enchiladas
September 01, 2002
Perfect for your kid with diabetes: Learn how to make diabetes-friendly comfort foods, such as macaroni and cheese, chicken nuggets, and enchiladas.