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Why Should We Eat Less Sugar Resources

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What Are Sugar Alcohols?

If you spend any time looking at nutrition labels, you’ve probably noticed some intriguing ingredients in sweet foods that are touted as diet-friendly, sugar-free, low-carb, or even formulated for people with diabetes. One ingredient, known as...  Read more

How to Treat Diabetes-Related Hypoglycemia

Hypoglycemia, or low blood sugar, is a common complication of diabetes. In fact, the majority of people with type 1 or type 2 diabetes will experience hypoglycemia at one time or another—even if their diabetes is well controlled. Hypoglycemia c...  Read more

Eating with Diabetes: Desserts and Sweets

I’d be willing to bet that most everyone has been told—and therefore believes—that people with diabetes cannot have any sugar and are resigned to living without dessert for the rest of their lives. Well, as a Certified Diabetes Educ...  Read more

Healthier Ways to Eat Dessert

Sticking with a healthy eating plan is hard work. There is no way around that, but for many it means giving up the foods that they love the most. But, you don’t have to do that! If you are limiting yourself so much that healthy eating becomes m...  Read more

9 Superfood Swaps for a Healthier Diet

Deciding to change your diet can be an overwhelming idea. You’ll have to clean out the pantry, remove any and all treats, stock up on rabbit food and mentally prepare to feel hungry all the time. That’s the only way to improve your diet a...  Read more

Gaining a little (3 lbs) despite near perfection:)
Updated 8/27/2016 10:31:06 AM

Happy Saturday Sparkers!!! I have been doing very well, a major nsv, eating right, avoiding sweets (very small amounts), eating within my calories, exercising every day (but the occasional day off). Honestly, this is the best I have ever done f...  Read more

Had a stressful week. I ate when I should not have
Updated 8/27/2016 10:18:46 AM

Had a stressful week. I ate when I should not have, but what I did do was to provide support for those moments. I pre-planned meals so when I had to stay late at work, I had the right foods ready to eat instead of a fast food run. No weight loss...  Read more

I am suppose to be eating low carb but it seems so hard to do so far! Seems like everything I like a
Updated 8/27/2016 9:35:28 AM

I am suppose to be eating low carb but it seems so hard to do so far! Seems like everything I like are carbs. Help!!! #lowcarb...  Read more

10 lbs down today!!!!! I don't know why but it fee
Updated 8/27/2016 10:18:04 AM

10 lbs down today!!!!! I don't know why but it feels so much better than 9 🤗😝😂...  Read more

Somehow I always eat too little but at least I try
Updated 8/27/2016 9:03:50 AM

Somehow I always eat too little but at least I try c: #firstpost...  Read more

Sugar can lead to obesity

Researchers find strongest link yet between high sugar consumption and obesity Previous research, linking low sugar with obesity, compromised' by self-reportingShows huge gap' between perception and reality of diet among obese peopleCancer charity:...  Read more

Scaling Back.....Weight Loss

It's a common refrain. "On almost any diet, you typically see the same weight loss for the first six to eight months, then a plateau, then slow regain over subsequent months," adds Hall, "So many people are on their way back to where they started."...  Read more

College Students

This group is for college students who are looking to get healthier and need a little support from those in a similar situation...  Read more

Sweet Deception: Why You Can't Trust 'Sugar' Labels

Raise your hand if you think that sugar is bad for your health. Now keep your hand up if you try to avoid foods with added sugars. I’m guessing most still have their hands up (at least I would hope so). Here's one more question. Keep your h...  Read more

When Your Sweet Tooth Strikes, What Do You Reach For?

Most days, right around 3 or 4 o'clock, they spring up out of nowhere. Others are surprised by them at night, usually in the few hours before bed. They come without warning and you can't really explain why they're there. Sugar cravings&md...  Read more