Photo: Spaghetti Squash with Pine Nuts and Sage from the Diabetes Comfort Food Cookbook. Photographer: Renee Comet.
Do you often eat so quickly that you end up feeling stuffed? Eating more mindfully could help.
It’s important to make sure you are choosing nutritious, healthy foods when you decide to snack.
by Robyn Webb, MS
This month’s featured recipes will give you a taste of The Diabetes Comfort Food Cookbook by Robyn Webb. Sprinkled with helpful tips and time-saving advice, this cookbook makes classic comfort foods more diabetes-friendly and easy to prepare.
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