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Whether you're Irish or not, the month of March is a time to celebrate the rich heritage of Ireland. Of course, one of the best ways to do this is with Irish cuisine. Even after you've made your corned beef and cabbage for St. Patrick's Day, you may enjoy having a hearty Irish breakfast this month.
There are few better ways to start a blustery winter day than with a hearty, warm stack of pancakes.
A new year brings fresh opportunities to try different recipes, eat healthier food and enjoy the company of friends. If you have some butternut squash left over from holiday celebrations, you can make this tasty and healthy pilaf recipe adapted from Diabetic Living Magazine.
The recipes for appropriate hors d'oeuvres are nearly endless, but if you're diabetic, you might feel limited. This recipe for Pistachio Salmon Nuggets is a perfect example of how a festive appetizer can be both delicious and nutritious.
If you're a sweet tooth looking for a new Christmas tradition, you may look to Provence for some after-dinner inspiration. In this region of Southern France, it is customary to set out 13 desserts on Christmas Eve, a number that represents Jesus and the Twelve Apostles at the Last Supper.
When it comes to diabetes management, many seniors know they need to make changes to their diets so they can continue to live with the highest quality of life possible.
When it comes to senior living, eating healthy is important. However, you don't always have to look at what's on your plate to find nutrients. There are plenty of other options in beverage form that help you get the vitamins and minerals you need to have a high quality of life.
Dairy products have long been thought of as less than ideal foods to include in a healthy diet, but one study found the opposite may be true. Research published in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition found a potential link between daily consumption of cheese and a reduced risk of diabetes. The findings came from the European Prospective Investigation into Cancer and Nutrition Study, one of the largest studies that examines the connection between diet and health, which examined the diets of 16,800 healthy adults and 12,400 individuals with type 2 diabetes in Europe.