Snacks

Explore these diabetes friendly snacks that are easy to make, use healthy, whole ingredients, and help balance blood sugars for Type 1 and Type 2 diabetes.

How to host a family friendly Cinco de Mayo party with no added sugar

How to host a family friendly Cinco de Mayo Party with no added sugar

Keep reading to find my tips for everything you need to host a family friendly Cinco de Mayo party (and for celebrating National OJ Day on May 4th!), including Florida Orange Juice no added sugar recipes, and both mocktails and cocktails for your friends and family to enjoy!

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Are carbs bad for you?

Are carbs bad for you?

Carbs, carbs, carbs. There’s a reason they’re so comforting. Did you know they are your brains PREFERRED source of fuel? So, if you want me to cut to the chase and just answer that one big question, “Are carbs bad for you?” the answer is most definitely…

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Nutty Cherry and Bacon Popcorn

Nutty Cherry and Bacon Popcorn

Nutty Cherry and Bacon Popcorn

Who doesn’t love a good movie night?! And if the snacks involve bacon, you know I’m in!! This recipe is very easy to make and will have you on your way to the perfect movie night! Nutty Cherry and Bacon Popcorn pretty much says it all, but the crispy salty/sweet combo is sure to please every palate!

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How much protein do you actually need?

How much protein do you actually need?

So, how much protein do you actually need? What are the best types? Plant based or animal protein? And so on… It’s probably the most talked about nutrition topic or nutrient across all media platforms, yet the one that leaves the most questions in consumer minds.

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cranberry maple tahini granola in turquoise bowl

Cranberry Maple Tahini Granola

Cranberry Maple Tahini Granola

You can quote me now, one of the hottest food trends of 2019 is going to be tahini. (And what better way to use it than in this recipe for Cranberry Maple Tahini Granola?!) We’ve seen it gaining in popularity over the last several years, and for far more than hummus… but I think we’re going to continue to see it really have it’s shining moment this year.

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