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Eating healthy food is important for everyone. For people with type 1 and type 2 diabetes, prediabetes, and obesity, nutrition plays an even greater role in managing day-to-day health.

For those with diabetes, food can be especially tricky – it can be hard to know how a particular food might affect your blood sugar. But, food can also be key to keeping you healthy and keeping your blood sugar levels in range.

Unfortunately, everyone’s body is different and there is no easy answer to the question of what to eat with diabetes. You’ll have to find a way of eating that is healthy for you and fits who you are and your lifestyle.

Here you’ll find all sorts of articles on healthy eating, including how food might affect glucose levels, recommendations and strategies, and delicious recipes.

Paving the way to healthier food options and preventing heart disease.
What I learned from doubling my carb intake: more work, more danger, but the same average blood sugar. Huh?
Another move from northern California to combat childhood obesity.
What this news means for the future of data integration, and what the “real magic” will be down the road.
Major organizations make it clear: diabetes education is critical!
For once, we’ve been using a new diabetes app with regularity. It's called Meal Memory (free for Apple, Android devices), and it revolves around a super simple concept:...
Practical advice for eating and drinking to combat childhood obesity.
Take action to share your opinion on food labeling with the FDA!
A new bill would put limits on fast food calories, fat, and sugar in kids’ meals.
His daily routines, goals, and biggest advice for anyone trying to lose weight.
New two-year study suggests red wine is beneficial for cholesterol levels.
What diaTribe readers asked about my 24-day experiment, eating low carb, and long-term health outcomes.
The bold new recommendation for children and their parents
Tax revenue will be invested in primary school sports in England.
Revolution Foods, Plum Organics, and Kurbo Health: resources to bring nutrition education and meals to children in need.
Why the FDA may change its definition of healthy, and how it could impact people with diabetes. Plus, what's coming to nutrition labels?
Bigger calorie type font, addition of added sugar, larger portion sizes, and more! First Lady Michelle Obama announced recently at the Partnership for a Healthier...
Tripling my carbs --> 5 fewer hours in-range per day, 64% more insulin (!), & more lessons learned.
The First Lady’s ongoing initiatives to improve children’s nutrition, health, and wellbeing
Portion control, increasing the nutritional content of meals, and more