- Have you been diagnosed with Type 2 diabetes and are wondering what you can and can’t eat and drink?
- Have you been told that losing some weight would be good for your Type 2 diabetes?
- Would you like to know how diet and activity can help reduce your risk of developing Type 2 diabetes?
Welcome to Diabetes Diet Choices
Following a very low calorie diet (VLCD) may not reverse Type 2 diabetes in people who have had the condition for a long period of time, according to the latest results of an ongoing trial. Researchers at Newcastle University, led by Professor Roy Taylor, Read More »
When Theresa May was diagnosed with Type 1 diabetes last year, it made headlines not just because of her high profile, but also because of her age. The Home Secretary was 56, and it’s usually assumed that Type 1 diabetes first presents itself Read More »
Top marks for a tasty, super-filling soup that’s nearly as chunky as its name … Soup always sounds like a healthy option for lunch, but once you start trying supermarket products, you often find that lower-calorie soups are a bit thin and unsatisfying, while Read More »
This tasty curry features kale, a vitamin-rich member of the cabbage family that’s enjoying a culinary revival. It’s high in fibre, packed with veg and quick to make. Prep time 10 minutes Cooking 10-15 minutes Serves 4 Ingredients 1 tbsp oil Read More »
I’ve been trying out FoodSwitch UK, a new free smartphone app that aims to help you make healthier food choices. You just scan a product’s barcode using the camera on your phone, and immediately a list of healthier alternatives pops up for you to Read More »