by American Diabetes Association & American Heart Association
Brought to you by two of the largest health associations in America – the recipes in this cookbook are simple, flavorful, and perfect for people with diabetes who also need to watch out for their cardiovascular health.
What's the connection between diabetes and heart disease? How does heart-healthy eating fit with a diabetes meal plan? Find the answers here.
No only are nuts heart-healthy, but they make a great grab-and-go snack. Read more about your options and how they fit with your meal plan here.
Photo: Avocado-Cucumber Dip from Diabetes & Heart-Healthy Meals for Two; PNC Photography; Photographer: Peter Papoulakos
See how you can fit in a serving of dessert for Valentine's Day. Plus tips to adjust carbs and calories in this month's meal plan.Read More
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Learn about the nutrition guidelines we follow to create our one-day meal plans.Read More
Our Lemony Fruit Cups are a fresh, sweet dessert, perfect for Valentine's Day - because you deserve a treat on special occasions!See Recipe
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*Estimates are rounded to the nearest 200 calories. An individual's calorie needs may be higher or lower than these average estimates. Developed from the 2010 US Dietary Guidelines for Americans.