Coffee has been one of our favourite non-alcoholic beverages for generations. People love this bitter, yet strangely pleasantly beverage so much that the average global consumption up until 2020 reached more than 400 billion cups annually.
You’ve probably heard some people say fruits are bad for people with diabetes because they’re sweet and also sources of carbohydrates, but that’s not entirely true. While it a true that despite the many health benefits fruits have, some have high sugar, but not all. Some fruits have low sugar content, while some have less […]
When talking about a diet plan, be it for weight loss, weight gain, or for managing diabetes, we often need to talk about it both in macroscopic and microscopic levels, with macroscopic level focusing on tangible food groups and microscopic focus placed on nutrients.
By now, the fact that diabetes is best managed with a healthy diet together with medications is old news. There are currently many dietary “hacks” that are not only safe but beneficial for diabetic patients. These include adding tuna to your dietary regime and adopting a Mediterranean diet, both of which are backed by research […]
There are more and more alternatives to dairy, almost as many as there are individual tastes when it comes to creamers for your coffee. In the earlier days, the dairy alternative market was monopolized by the trio of soy milk, almond milk, and coconut milk.
It is important to control the number of carbohydrates you eat at one meal because carbohydrates directly affect your blood sugar levels. It is also important to choose carbohydrates rich in nutrients and fibre and not refined or processed carbohydrates with added sugar (which, unfortunately, are found in almost every food in our stores).
As we all continue adjusting to the new normal the pandemic brought along, some of us may have greater challenges to face head-on: cancer and diabetes. While no one would ever ask for these challenges, we still have to live through them day by day. So long as we have the proper guidance, resources, and […]
Diabetes is a disease that affects a rapidly growing segment of society. The reasons for diabetes are diverse and unclear. There are both genetic and also environmental factors involved – very often a poor diet. Regardless of the reasons people develop diabetes, affected individuals must change their diets to an extent. It is essential to […]
Diabetes is among the most dangerous diseases responsible for 1.5 million deaths in 2019. Most people suffer from type 2 diabetes in which the body can’t use naturally produced insulin effectively, whereas type 1 diabetics lack sufficient insulin production.