Author: msloane


    IT’S YOUR CHOICE Rule #1: HEAD OVER STOMACH: Think before you eat! Eat with a conscience. You have choices with consequences. Decide what outcome you…

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    FOOD LABEL GUIDELINES Always look at the serving size (yours might be different from theirs!) Total fat includes the “unhealthy fat” like saturated and trans…

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  • Eating Out

    Yes, you still can … with a conscience! Chinese Food:  Shrimp, chicken, pork or beef with vegetables.  Do not get breaded or fried choices.  Ask for your food…

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  • Shopping Lists

    Trader Joe’s:  Reduced Guilt Spinach and Kale Greek Yogurt Dip Trader Joe’s salad dressings (can be used as dips or marinades or topings for veggies): …

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  • One Week Meal Plan

    Food Majesty’s week of healthy diabetes meals planned for you! Here’s an example of combining food groups to help balance glucose levels.  Also, try to eat…

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  • Balanced Eating for Health, Diabetes Prevention and Diabetes

    When an individual or loved one is diagnosed with diabetes a major concern is about what foods are safe to consume.  Always remember that food…

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    Sugar is Our Energy

    Column A Column B CARBOHYDRATES = SUGAR PROTEIN/FAT = NO SUGAR Carbs digest quickly Protein/fat digest slowly They spike and drop blood sugar They help…

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  • Food Exchange List

    You can use the American Dietetic Association food exchange lists to check out serving sizes for each group of foods and to see what other…

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    Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder

    Millions of American children and approximately 3% of the adult population have been diagnosed with Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder or ADHD. The main symptoms are reduced attentiveness…

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    Bone Health

    Foods to Maintain Strong Bones: • Calcium works in conjunction with magnesium and vitamin D. Foods with high calcium levels are milk, almond milk, yogurt,…

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