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Diabetic-friendly restaurants in Florence and Paris?

My wife and I will be staying in Florence and Paris for a few days at the start of September. My diet has to be OK for kidney disease as we…

Started by PaleoCello

8 Aug 15, 2013
Reply by meee

Japanese restaurants:best choices

Since my T2 dx, I have found myself eating less frequently at Japanese restaurants. Avoiding white rice, sushi is out. Last time I ordered…

Started by Deborah

8 Dec 5, 2012
Reply by MyBustedPancreas

On Restaurant Portions: "More Room for Dessert?"

I was just reading this article from Knowledge@Wharton, titled "Serving Up Smaller Restaurant Portions: Will Consumers Bite?" A part of me…

Started by Manny Hernandez

24 Aug 11, 2010
Reply by Joshua Marshall

Tokyo Joe's soon to offer "nearly sugar free" stevi-yaki sauce

Just thought I would pass along some information I received after a nutrition inquiry I made to the corporate God's at Tokyo Joe's Healthy…

Started by T1Tambien

1 Aug 4, 2010
Reply by Judith

We Know About Health Care Reform, But Nutritional Reform?

We've read a lot, recently, about health care reform... and all the different new things this new HCR bill is going to be implementing...  …

Started by The Diabetic Welfare Queen

4 Mar 23, 2010
Reply by The Diabetic Welfare Queen

Calorie counts off at many chain restaurants

http://www.salon.com/life/obesity/index.html?story=/news/2010/01/07/us_fea_food_incorrect_calories This article didn't surprise me at all.…

Started by Jackie

6 Jan 10, 2010
Reply by The Diabetic Welfare Queen

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Diabetes Among Hispanics: We’re not all the same

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Diabetes entre los hispanos: no somos todos iguales

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