type 2 diabetes

Erythritol vs Xylitol: Which Sugar-Free Sweetener is Better?

Erythritol vs Xylitol: Which Sugar-Free Sweetener is Better?

If you want to reduce your sugar intake without compromising on the sweet things in life, you have probably considered trying sweeteners like erythritol or xylitol. Both are popular sugar substitutes, but is one of them better or healthier than the other?  This article dives into the nitty-gritty of what these sweeteners are, their pros…

Erythritol vs Stevia: Which is Better for Diabetes?

Erythritol vs Stevia: Which is Better for Diabetes?

Have you been trying to reduce your sugar intake, but feel overwhelmed by the number of sweetener options? Erythritol and stevia are two of the most popular sugar free sweeteners on the market, but is one of them better than the other for blood sugar control and diabetes?  This article will walk you through everything…

Can Prediabetes Be Reversed?: What You Need to Know about Prediabetes

Can Prediabetes Be Reversed?: What You Need to Know about Prediabetes

Have you just been told you have prediabetes? Don’t panic. Read on to find out everything you need to know about managing this condition. Hearing the words ‘you have prediabetes’ can be scary. You might start wondering what does that mean? Do I have diabetes already? Am I destined to develop type 2 diabetes? Do…

Easy Low Carb Pumpkin Muffins [No Added Sugar!]

Easy Low Carb Pumpkin Muffins [No Added Sugar!]

Looking for an easy low carb pumpkin muffin recipe that contains no added sugar and can be made in under 30 minutes? Then this recipe is exactly what you need! Sugar-free, gluten-free, and blood sugar-friendly, these muffins are everything a pumpkin-lover could ever want! Disclaimer:  This post contains Amazon affiliate links.  As an affiliate, I…

Glycemic Load vs Index: Which is Better for Managing Diabetes?

Glycemic Load vs Index: Which is Better for Managing Diabetes?

We all know how important blood sugar regulation is when you have type 2 diabetes… For people with diabetes, the terms glycemic index and glycemic load are probably pretty familiar. However, there is often some confusion about the difference between glycemic load vs index and how each of these measures comes into play for diabetes…