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.
Kale, Lentil, and Chicken Soup Hot Cranberry Grog Lemon Pound Cake with Apricot Spread French Style Turkey Sandwich Low-Fat Pumpkin Muffins with Crunchy Topping Chicken Burritos Baked Green Tomatoes Chinese Celery Spinach Walnut Pesto Peanut Butter and Jelly Granola Bars
As I mentioned in an earlier post, one of the benefits that made it cost-effective for me to go with the real healthcare (HSA) plan rather than the phony (HRA) plan is that my company is now covering "preventative" medicines at $0 copay. The formulary for these, as stated by CVS/Caremark (my pharmacy benefits provider), covers all test strips, lancets, and control solutions. I dutifully get my doctor to write up prescriptions for all of my testing needs, submit...