Why Food Is Not What You Think It Is

Your food may not be what you think it is. by sydney devine. from the webmd archives. july 23, 2015– the food you’re placing in your grocery cart may not be exactly what it says it is.. In others, it’s basically flat-out lies and deception (though perhaps not ill-intentioned), but those doing the deceiving sometimes…

Do Gluten Free Products Help With Diabetes?

Doctors do not have enough evidence to recommend a gluten free diet for all people living with diabetes. in fact, following a gluten free diet can cause weight gain, which can worsen diabetes control.. It’s a common misconception that eating a gluten free diet is better for diabetes. the major pitfall in this logic is…