Add More Fruits and Veggies to Your Life Karen Koeppe, Packard Health Nutritionist and Certified Diabetes Educator has some practical tips for eating healthy. There's always room for more veggies! When preparing a casserole, soup or chili, throw in a few extra frozen vegetables. Add sauteed sliced portabella mushrooms, zucchini or green peppers to
Keep it light during the holidays! Warm and creamy, you'd never guess this is lower in calories and fat than the usual artichoke dip. Share it with friends - it's a health-smart party dish!. It's adapted from The Food Network Kitchen. Thanks, Karen Koeppe, Packard Health's Registered Dietitian, for serving it up. Yum! Holiday Artichoke
Mangos taste so good, people forget that they are healthy! They are nutritionally rich with unique flavor, fragrance, taste, and health promoting qualities. Here's a perfect recipe for a warm summer evening. It's adapted from The New Soul Food Cookbook, For People With Diabetes. Thanks, Karen Koeppe, Packard Health's Registered Dietitian, for serving it up.
The Mediterranean Diet, the sensible, healthy-eating model that's been around for 20 years is the subject of two new studies.* And it's all good news... The "Med" Diet reduces risk of stroke and heart attack, and Type 2 diabetes. Celebrate the Med Diet! 1. For a healthy, tasty treat - It's Greek to Me Dip recipe 2.