Slow-cooking beef with just a bit of vinegar brings out the meat's juicy flavor without the addition of much sodium, fat or calories.
Making your own pizza allows you to control all the ingredients. Starting with a whole grain crust, and using small amounts of part-skim...
Collard greens contain calcium, iron and folic acid, also known as B9, which can help lower blood pressure.
Artichoke Dip
With the biggest football party of the year, the Super Bowl, coming up, having diabetic-friendly options are always a good idea. Here'...
Acorn Squash Bisque
Acorn squash is a healthy and delicious food for your heart, providing fiber, protein and vitamins while remaining low in fat and calories...
Wild Rice Pilaf with Cranberries and Apples
This rice pilaf recipe provides a savory and flavorful side dish option — without the sodium of other rice-based dishes.
Beet and Blue Cheese Salad
This colorful and tasty salad adds nutritious variety to your diet. Beets are great sources of Vitamin C and contribute to heart health as...
Chilaquiles
This high-calcium Mexican dish is traditionally eaten in the morning for breakfast or brunch.
Don't miss out on your favorite winter comfort foods just because you have diabetes. Fill up on this warm, hearty main dish when you...
Brown Rice Veggie Stir Fry
Rice is not just good for you — it's also delicious! This brown rice and vegetables dish is both high-fiber and heart-healthy.