As I discuss in my feature piece on the topic for Healthing.ca,  the pulse family of foods which includes various types of chickpeas, beans and lentils are considered very important dietary components for helping to improve blood sugar management – which of course is a key consideration in those living

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Supplementation is a massive topic of interest in the management of any health condition and is often driven as much by marketing as it is by actual scientific evidence of efficacy. There is no doubting the fact a Google search of “diabetes supplements” will yield a number of product suggestions

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It’s with an abundance of pride that, on World Diabetes Day, I’m finally able to announce that my latest book – The 30 Minute Type 2 Diabetes Cookbook – is officially available for pre-order ahead of its December 21st on sale date. My first job after graduation was within the

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Canadian public health data suggests that 1 in 10 Canadian adults are living with diabetes, with about 90% of that population living with type 2. There also about 1 in 8 Canadians, an even larger number, who are living with prediabetes. If you are looking for direction following a new

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As a registered dietitian and former employee of Diabetes Canada, the management and prevention of Diabetes will always be a topic near and dear to my heart. Given November is Diabetes Month and today is #MeatlessMonday  it only makes sense to explore a plant-themed topic in the world of type

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Oatmeal is widely considered among the most nutrient dense breakfast options, and it also serves as an excellent point of discussion when it comes to the relevance of glycemic index to both general health and to those living specifically with diabetes. A whole grain packed with a soluble fibre known

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