Low-Carb Tortillas

This content originally appeared on ForGoodMeasure. Republished with permission. Tacos are serious business in Southern California, and it goes without saying, you can’t really have a taco without a tortilla. You could substitute a hearty green leaf like a sultry collard or crisp chard, but I would consider that a wrap more than a taco. […]

Not All Sugars Are the Same: Using Glucose to Treat Hypoglycemia

This content originally appeared on Beyond Type 1. Republished with permission. By Ginger Vieira If you could relieve the symptoms of low blood sugar sooner and faster—would you? We’re generally told to eat 15 grams of fast-acting carbohydrates when treating a low blood sugar—but one type of sugar is truly the fastest. While being prepared […]

I Tried the “Miracle Berry,” the Fruit that Turns Sour Flavors Sweet

Have you heard about the flavor-flipping “miracle berry,” the fruit that turns sour into sweet without adding any sugar at all? The fruit of a West African shrub, synsepalum dulicicum, the miracle berry can modify our sense of taste so that acidic foods taste sweet. Munch on one of these little red berries, and even […]

The Difference Between a Great Endocrinologist and the Other Kind…

This content originally appeared on Beyond Type 1. Republished with permission. By Ginger Vieira We called her Ann, but her full name is Ann S. Christiano, MS, APRN. While she’s actually a nurse practitioner with a specialty in endocrinology — not a doctor — other healthcare professionals could only hope to be as incredible as Ann. […]

What’s Going on with the Dexcom G7?

Updated: March 14, 2022 The Dexcom G7 has secured CE Mark, which means the next-generation CGM has been approved for sale in Europe. According to a press release, Dexcom “expects to initiate a launch of Dexcom G7 in Europe in the next several weeks.” Dexcom has been hyping the next generation of its groundbreaking continuous […]

How to Manage Diabetes as a High School Athlete

This content originally appeared on diaTribe. Republished with permission. By Krysti Ostermeyer Exercising with diabetes is important, but it does provide some additional challenges. Learn how to navigate being an athlete while managing your diabetes from experts. Picture it: You’ve made it on the junior varsity basketball team after practicing all summer. It’s the first […]

Sheet Pan Low-Carb Keto Crack Slaw Recipe

This content originally appeared on Sugar-Free Mom. Republished with permission. This is the easiest method for making a quick low-carb crack slaw using a simple sheet pan, and it’s ready in less than 30 minutes! This Easy Sheet Pan Chicken Crack Slaw is effortless. So simple, and it can be made with fresh chicken breast, […]

6 Healthy Snack Recipes Your Kids Will Enjoy

“What’s for snacks?” With your kids spending more time at home during this pandemic, you’ve probably heard them ask this question 239 times in a month. While there are nutritious options in the market, below are recipes you can try at home (with them if you need another activity to keep them entertained). Sugar-Free Fruitless […]

Top 5 Food Chains to Hit for Healthy Meals During Your Summer Travels

Summer means a lot of things to a lot of people: no school, rising temps, vacations, road trips, and yes, sometimes lots of extra time in the car. Fast-food chains are usually pretty bad for both waistlines and our health, and they can pose a particularly hard challenge for those living with diabetes, given how […]

Sugar-Free Pickled Red Onions

This content originally appeared here. Republished with permission. Pickled onions are my absolute favorite condiment, something I always keep in the fridge. Maybe it’s the tangy, sweet taste, maybe it’s the crunchy texture, or maybe it’s that beautiful pink color, but these pickled onions are a kitchen staple. Adding pickled red onions to even the […]