My new and most favorite iPhone app is dLife Diabetic Companion. Not only can you easily log your blood sugar, carbs and insulin units, but you can easily click on added notes. Examples of the notes include but are not limited to the following: skipped a meal, drank alcohol, missed exercise, changed infusion site, and [...]
If you are trying to lose weight by restricting during the day, be aware that this causes binging. This is a constant theme that unveils itself regularly in nutrition sessions with my clients. Instead of sabotaging your efforts, work slowly and in phases. Go from A to B to C. Do not attempt to go [...]
Don’t forget to register for Women’s Health “Are You Game?” on September 17th. Laura Cipullo RD, CDE and Martha McKittrick, RD, CDE will be offering free nutrition counseling that day in addition to all of the other cool wellness events. Get the details and register at: .
Cereal grains like whole wheat berries, rye berries and quinoa are low glycemic grains.
It’s the end of August and we are all scrambling to get everything ready for the new school year. Sometimes meals become second priority. If you are lacking time and want something tasty, try Kashi’s Pesto Pasta Primavera. Add one half cup of beans (rec. no added salt) to this microwave meal and you have a balanced vegetarian lunch option with 18 grams [...]