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A Recipe for Winter Squash: Not Just for Thanksgiving

A third of a cup isn’t much, no matter how you serve it. Fifteen grams for a bare mouthful, that’s all you get from rice or pasta. If you are a sedentary woman, eating a cupful can use up almost … Continue reading

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Choosing A “Diabetes” Cookbook | Advice For The Culinary Challenged Who Want Healthy Recipes

By Nora Saul M.S, R.D., L.D.N., C.D.E. Manager of Nutritional Education at the Joslin Diabetes Center Patients ask me all the time, “Can you recommend a good cookbook?” and I smile at their incredulous looks when I give them some … Continue reading

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Cooking Diabetes-Friendly Meals with Oil

Sometimes, a diabetes diagnosis mandates a change in eating habits. Cooking can be a challenge when certain methods such as frying are considered off-limits. While too much oil isn’t good for anyone – fat it is high in calories – … Continue reading

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