Katie Shields, M.S., RDN

Guidelines for picking healthy breakfast cereal and tips to keep your blood sugar balanced.
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This easy salad recipe allows for a wonderful use of leftover cooked chicken. Look for escarole in the produce section near the leafy greens; if you can't find it, you can use romaine instead.
Spruce up your sandwich game with a medley of roasted veggies. For extra vegetables throughout the week, roast a whole sheet pan in Step 1, then add the cooked veggies to salads, sandwiches, and pasta dishes, or serve them as a side dish.
Watching your carbs doesn't have to mean banishing bread. Use these tips to pick a whole-grain, carb-smart loaf. Or choose one of our taste-tested, dietitian-approved picks.
Fast food is not off-limits for people with diabetes, but knowing what to order makes all the difference. Check out our top picks for healthier eating at fast-food restaurants including McDonald's, Subway, Wendy's and more.
Yes, you can still enjoy chips while following a diabetes-appropriate diet. Here are the brands we love, plus what to look for when you shop.