Whether you're a diabetic trying to control your blood sugar, or you're trying to lose weight, this breadless low carb burger recipe makes a great substitute to the real thing.
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This dish is made with low carb konjac noodles.
You may not have heard of konjac noodles before, many people haven't. They are zero carbs, zero calories, high in fiber, and I think they make a great … [Read More...]
I thought it was well time to do a recap on some of the most popular recipes we've shared here on the GFE website. Being a nutrition site who likes to make things practical for you, most of our … [Read More...]
If you are going to choose a natural sweetener, then raw honey is about the best option you can choose and in this podcat you'll learn all about the health benefits of raw honey.
Some … [Read More...]
I recently had a friend say that she was questioned in a mothers group whether adrenal fatigue is actually real. She asked me if there was any peer reviewed research on the subject.
Well of course if … [Read More...]
What are the habits of healthy people?
Well they would be habits that make us more effective so I've taken inspiration from Stephen Covey's book, The 7 Habits Of Highly Effective People' and we will … [Read More...]
Getting your type 2 diabetes under control is an ongoing challenge and for many people it all just seems way too overwhelming to do anything about it at all.
So what I've found is that clients will … [Read More...]
There is a lot of confusion out there about what a diabetic can eat and can't eat and eggs happen to be one of those foods, right?
You might have been told by someone not to eat them because they are … [Read More...]
This podcast is in honour of World Diabetes Day and covers some important information about type 2 diabetes in particular.
Here's what we cover:
The difference between type 1 and type 2 … [Read More...]
Insulin resistance, also known as prediabetes, is a precursor for the development of type 2 diabetes.
Insulin resistance can be present for 5-10 years leading up to a diagnosis, so it makes sense to … [Read More...]