Once a person is diagnosed with diabetes, a whole lot of changes are made to the diet. Many things are brought down to a minimum with occasional sweet treats in the menu. With fruits beings high in sugar content, diabetics are told to administer restraint in their consumption. Berries, thankfully, are an exception and can be relished by all – diabetic or non-diabetic. So, when someone asks how safe is eating berries for diabetics the answer would be ‘very safe’. In fact, they are not only safe but beneficial as well. … [Read more...] about How Safe Is Eating Berries For Diabetes
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A. Generally, eating fruit as part of a healthful diet should not increase the risk of diabetes. However, consuming more than the recommended daily allowance of fruit may add too much sugar to the diet. … [Read more...] about 10 Fruits To Avoid For Diabetes
As Ritchie gives me an introductory tour, it pretty quickly becomes obvious that things have changed a lot since the days when my uncle Tony would dye his mushy peas a lurid Shrek green. (Or, as one reader delicately put it: “Your uncle’s chippy was shite.”) Once a month, Simpsons holds “gluten-free Monday”, when it removes all pies and bread from the menu and whips up batter using rice flour. There are signs proudly boasting the sustainability of their fish and, in their spare time, the proprietors run a street-food fish and chip van. Still, as we wander into a storeroom containing bucket-sized jars of pickled eggs, I realise that some things never change in chippyland: in particular, the popularity of weirdly vinegary farmyard produce. “Actually, we tend to sell more of our homemade ‘frickles’ – deep-fried pickles,” says James. Hmm. Birmingham in the 90s, this is not. … [Read more...] about Out of the fryer and into the fire: my fish and chip hell
"Without question RJ Hampton being a Breaker grew the game of basketball in New Zealand and grew our fanbase. We knew very early on basketball wise it wasn't going to be easy and the expectations from outside in terms of his performance on the court were not realistic. … [Read more...] about Frustrated but proud, NZ Breakers owner Matt Walsh believes net gains made
My favourite places are restaurants where the meal is not just great but it is also funThe famous El Bulli olive is one instance. It looked like an olive but when you put it in your mouth, it exploded into the most olivey liquid essence of olive. Adria had used science to take olive juices and construct a virtual olive. While it was a technological marvel, it was also a kind of joke. You giggled foolishly when you realised that you had been tricked: it wasn’t a real olive at all. … [Read more...] about Eat well and always be happy!