October 30, 2014
The holidays are a time to enjoy good food and time-honored traditions. With family and friends gathered ’round, you want to serve a meal to remember. The November 2014 issue of Diabetes Forecast®, the Healthy Living Magazine of the American Diabetes Association, offers 12 healthy, festive recipes inspired by favorite traditions from around the United States.
In Holiday Celebrations from Coast to Coast, readers will be drawn to the Midwestern seasonal harvest expressed in Wild Rice and Cherry Pilaf, while those who enjoy Southern flavors will want to whip up Holiday Collard Greens. Fans of the West Coast can turn to fresh and natural sides with a hint of heat, such as with the Chili-Roasted Shallots and Brussels Sprouts, while others sample the Northeast’s more traditional bounty with an Apple-Walnut Salad. No matter which region you visit this season, you only need to add turkey and a favorite dessert to round out the perfect healthy holiday table.
Also in the November 2014 issue of Diabetes Forecast:
- Hip-hop pioneer DJ Spinderella on diabetes awareness and caregiving.
- What to consider before purchasing a diabetes alert dog.
- How to overcome 7 common obstacles to eating sensibly—and master moderation.
- The Association’s new guidelines for all people with type 1 diabetes.
- How to cook up better health and well-being with the America Gets CookingSM to Stop Diabetes® campaign for American Diabetes Month®.
Diabetes Forecast has been America’s leading diabetes magazine for more than 65 years, offering the latest news on diabetes research and treatment to provide information, inspiration and support to people with diabetes.
About the American Diabetes Association
More than 30 million Americans have diabetes, and every 21 seconds another person is diagnosed with diabetes. The American Diabetes Association (Association) is the global authority on diabetes and since 1940 has been committed to its mission to prevent and cure diabetes and to improve the lives of all people affected by diabetes. To tackle this global public health crisis, the Association drives discovery in research to treat, manage and prevent all types of diabetes, as well as to search for cures; raises voice to the urgency of the diabetes epidemic; and provides support and advocacy for people living with diabetes, those at risk of developing diabetes and the health care professionals who serve them. For more information, please call the American Diabetes Association at 1-800-DIABETESS (1-800-342-2383) or visit diabetes.org. Information from both of these sources is available in English and Spanish. Find us on Facebook (American Diabetes Association), Twitter (@AmDiabetesAssn) and Instagram (@AmDiabetesAssn)