Ways to Get More Fiber
You've probably heard the dire statistic: The average American gets less than half of the daily recommended amount of fiber. Why? Even if you're being "good," It's not that easy to get 25 to 30 grams daily. But we've got some easy ideas that will help.
If the word fiber conjures up a box of brown flakes, it's time to open your eyes to the colorful possibilities of low carb, high-fiber plant foods. Transforming these fruits and veggies into quick and delicious dishes doesn't even require cooking.
Fennel in Vinaigrette Black Bean Salad on Red Pepper Strips Asian Gingered Almonds Chia Quinoa Salad Apple Caramel Bread Pudding Caramelized-Garlic Chicken Smoked Turkey Mango Salad Blueberry Oat Bran Muffins Low-Sodium Marinated Grilled Chicken Cream of Yam and Carrot Soup
Last night's DSMA chat centered on "Diabetes on TV". We discussed our favorite and least-favorite diabetes TV commercials, the treatment of diabetes (and characters with diabetes) in series television, and where we did (or didn't) want diabetes data to go in the future. We were asked the following questions: Q1. What are the best