Photo: Classic Mac 'n Cheese from The Diabetes Comfort Food Cookbook. Burwell and Burwell Photography.
Think comfort foods are out? They're not! Diabetes or not, you can still enjoy these foods. Find out how by reading this month's featured article!
How can you make holiday-themed coffee beverages (usually packed with carbs and cals) work with your meal plan? Find out here...
by Robyn Webb
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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