How to Get More Brightly Colored Food into Your Diet

This content originally appeared on TCOYD: Taking Control of Your Diabetes. Republished with permission.By Susan Thomas Recently I’ve become known to my clients as the “Vegetable Pitchman Dietitian.” I’ve gotten this name because I advise them to fill half their plates at lunch and supper with non-starchy vegetables. Unfortunately, this advice is not often popular […]
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Is it Possible to Control Type 1 Diabetes?

We’ve talked about him before: Andrew Koutnik has type 1 diabetes and is in the early stages of becoming a scientist as a researcher at the University of Florida State. (See his TEDx talk here.) He has written well-documented and articulate papers on the topic of type 1 diabetes. In part 3 of a series, […]
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Measuring Metabolism

This content originally appeared on Wildly Fluctuating. Republished with permission.I don’t usually write about commercial products, but this one seems interesting… if it fulfills its promise. It’s a way of determining whether you’re burning primarily carbohydrate or fat. This is done by calculating something called the respiratory quotient (RQ), which is the ratio of carbon dioxide production to oxygen […]
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