Since nutrition and better eating habits are always a big topic. I believe that tips for living a healthier and happier life will be the best topic today.
I had someone the other day comment that they heard bread crumbs aren't good for you blood sugar levels. They ask if this was true? And if so, what are some healthy substitutes they could use when cooking?
Well, since bread crumbs are refined carbs, they can cause your blood sugar to spike. If you want a crunchy crust that's carb-free, try nuts.
Tips for living a Healthier, Happier Life with Diabetes
WHAT'S MY HEART ATTACK RISK?
Q:Ive heard that because I have type 2 diabetes, my risk for heat attack is the same as th at of some who's already had a heart attack. Is this true?
A: Yes. That's because diabetes is itself a risk factor for heart disease and stroke. Over time, high blood sugar levels can promote the buildup of fatty deposits on blood vessel walls, hampering circulation and hardening arteries.
Getting more satisfaction from your sandwich could be as simple as slicing into it.
Cutting certain foods into pieces before digging in could help you feel more satiated and lead you to eat less overall, according to a recent Arizona State University study.
In the 301–student experiment, each
student was given a whole bagel with cream cheese, or one that was
precut into four pieces. Students who received a quartered bagel ate
less of it, and also ate less food served at a buffet 20 minutes later.