By Jack Challem
By now you know that people with diabetes have a higher than average risk of developing coronary heart disease, so it's especially important to maintain normal levels of cholesterol, the umbrella term for different types of fat found in your blood.But drugs aren't the only option for keeping cholesterol and triglyceride levels in check. Some foods and supplements work almost as well as meds -- and without any risk of side effects.
Chicken Pate Chicken Skewers with Peanut Noodles Pan-Asian Broccoli Homemade Whole Wheat Pancakes Crab Filled Cherry Tomatoes Cranberry Mold With Maple Syrup Brown Rice with Broccoli Salmon and Bean Stuffed Hardboiled Eggs Bacon and Mushroom Tartlets Pasta, White Bean, and Red Cabbage Salad
What's the first thing you do, after opening a new vial of test strips? Run a control test, right? (Well, that's what you're supposed to do, even though it "wastes" one or more of that precious commodity.) Every vial of test strips has a reference range for one or more control solutions. (If there's more than one range, our vials of control solution usually tell us to look for the "normal" or "low" range.) What...