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.
Roasted Vegetable Sandwiches Honey-Glazed Oat Muffins Berry Bread Pudding Kale and Potato Soup Mango and Scallop Kabobs Stir Fried Chicken and Asparagus Grilled Cinnamon Peaches and Papaya Northwest Grilled Flank Steak Ginger and Lemon Carrots Roasted Butternut Squash and Pasta
A member of the Digital Diabetes Group on LinkedIn posted a link to an article suggesting that one (currently) off-label use of a specific calcium channel blocker (blood pressure lowering) drug might be to prevent or cure type 1 diabetes. Of course, right now the only study has been in