Each has its advantages, but in the end, both can be part of a healthy diet.
That might sound like an impossible feat, but if you have type 2 diabetes, lifestyle changes could help you ditch the diabetes diagnosis.
Even though red and white wines are low in added sugar, wine still has an impact on your blood sugar, although you might be surprised to hear how.
You might assume the answer to that question is no, but what experts say should be a sweet surprise.
If you have diabetes, should you have a snack before you go to bed? And if so, what should you snack on? Experts dish out the answers below.
We think a lot about the impact our diet has on our own health, but what about the environment? This guide may help you eat better for both.
Walking can do more than get you from point A to point B. This classic activity can improve your heart health, blood sugar and more. Plus, we include tips on how to get more out of your walks.
Research on the health benefits of ginger for burning calories, cinnamon for muscle recovery and more.
No time? No problem. Science says you can get fit just by slipping in tiny exercise "snacks."