Eat Smart, Move More, Prevent Diabetes
1 out of 3
adults in the nation has prediabetes
of people with prediabetes will develop type 2 diabetes within 5 years if there is no intervention.
of people with prediabetes can reduce their risk by participating in a structured lifestyle change program.
Articles & Ideas
As the weather has been warming up, I have been absolutely craving a good melon recipe, and wanted to find something unique and savory that could be a simple addition to a dinner party. And wow, did this recipe deliver! Sweet, salty, and citrusy, it is light, filling, and a perfect way to get both fruit and vegetables added to your meal. The recipe calls for Castelvetrano olives, which are fantastic, but I made this recipe with a can of regular green… Continue reading »
A recent study1 found that people ate 500 calories a day MORE when they ate ultra-processed foods. This study was conducted in a testing facility where adults were served either foods that were ultra-processed including hot dogs, tater tots, sugary cereal, chips, cookies, and pudding OR unprocessed foods including fresh fruits and vegetables, unsweetened yogurt, beans, nuts, seafood, poultry, and grains. Participants could eat as little or as much as they wanted. For the two weeks when participants ate ultra-processed… Continue reading »
Okra, commonly referred to as Lady Finger in India, is generally a kids’ favorite and was mine as well growing up. It still is one of my favorites and also for my kids now. When I came to the United States, I was surprised that okra was not as popular here. I am sharing the recipe below with the hope that more people will try making this low-calorie vegetable that is a very good source of some minerals, vitamins, and… Continue reading »
So it’s been two years since I got my gym membership. Most of my successes and challenges this year have outside of the gym walls and away from the weights and machines. The workouts keep me honest and help me to get other places I want to be. I started off with a 10 Mile race in April 2018.. over hills… down hills.. over more hills.. I made it! We spent a week this fall hiking in Idaho and then… Continue reading »