Diabetes Self-Management

Silence Your Sweet Tooth

Mindful eating is an essential practice for people looking to improve their health and diet. Often, consumption of processed foods and foods high in sugar leads to increased cravings. Eating mindfully can equip you with the necessary skills to better understand your body’s natural signals and rhythms to combat unhealthy dietary urges.

What foods do you crave?

Acknowledging cravings is an important first step that can help you control your eating habits, so try to become aware of what foods you crave. Keeping a food journal can help you better

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Useful Resources for Celiac Disease
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