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March 25, 2019

Diabetes Alert Day: Take the Prediabetes Risk Test in 60 Seconds

84 million people in the United States are at risk for type 2 diabetes--that’s 1 in every 3 adults. Find out today if you’re one of them. Read more
Coconut fruit bar snack
June 25, 2018

How to Throw a Low Carb Fourth of July Party

The Fourth of July is around the corner, and that means outdoor barbecues. If you're going low carb this year, you’ll want to avoid the traditional potato salad, baked beans, hamburger buns and endless trays of patriotic, sugary desserts. This doesn’t mean you can’t throw a great party, though. With just a few small changes, you can whip up a full low carb, low sugar Fourth of July menu to satisfy all your cravings. Read more
PlateJoy diabetes prevention
February 22, 2018

PlateJoy's New Program Helps Users Lose Weight and Prevent Diabetes Through Personalized Nutrition

1 in 3 Americans has prediabetes (that’s over 90 million people). But most of these people won’t do anything to stop it—because 90% of them don’t even know they’re at risk. Read more
Sun-dried tomato and parmesan zucchini noodles
October 02, 2017

Low Carb Diet Swaps: What to Use for Bread, Rice, Pasta & More

Picture the inside aisles of a grocery store. You’ll find canned vegetables, some sauces, perhaps a freezer aisle with dairy products and desserts. The rest of those shelves are taken up with grain-based options. Picture it again: see all those tortillas, taco shells, crackers and cookies? There’s a reason these products take up so much space: they sell. Nearly a quarter of the average American’s daily calories comes from grain-based carbohydrates: bread, rice, pasta and the packaged foods you’r... Read more
Falafel-spiced chickpea and cauliflower salad
March 13, 2016

Creating a Prediabetes Diet Plan: 5 Guidelines from One Medical Group

I've you've been diagnosed with prediabetes, it's time to take action to reduce your risks. And the biggest change you can make is your diet: Researching studying the reversal of diabetes has shown that losing weight can reduce your symptoms and even reverse progression of the disease. Read more

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