Interested in a different approach for meal planning to help manage your blood sugar levels? Learn all about carbohydrate (carb) counting, its advantages, and what you should discuss with your health-care team presented by nutritionist Meaghan Elger.
Have you heard the term carb counting and not sure what it is? Sarah Kolley will explain this important tool to help manage your blood glucose.
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By the end of this webinar, you will be able to understand carb counting and how it can be used to help keep blood sugar levels in range through various tools and resources that are available.
Join Dr. Catherine Chan, professor in Human Nutrition and Physiology to learn about the Mediterranean Diet Pyramid, why it’s a healthy way to eat, and how it can be adapted in Canada. Recipes will also be provided.
Find that you're always reaching for your favourite snacks, knowing that it will affect your blood glucose level? Let Susan Watson help you manage your blood glucose through healthy eating.
Susan will help you find solutions & strategies to help curve your cravings by discussing:
Over 90% of North Americans exceed the recommended intake level for added sugars in their diet. Diabetes Canada’s position statement emphasizes the urgent need for strategies to reduce the intake of added sugars by Canadians, especially those with or at risk of developing type 2 diabetes. Low Calorie Sweeteners (LCS) are one tool available for sugar intake reduction efforts. Consumers often have questions about LCS and their safe use. The approval process for a new food ingredient will be reviewed along with how regulatory agencies set Acceptable Daily Intake (ADI) values. In this session, speakers will review what is meant by an ADI for food additives and why it provides protection.
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Living with diabetes and looking for affordable ways to eat healthy? Susan Watson will help you learn the importance of balanced meals and guides you to make wise decisions for meal planning.
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By the end of this webinar, we hope that you will feel confident that you can create a healthy eating routine that works for you and helps you manage your blood sugar!
Susan Watson is a Registered Dietitian, the owner of "A Little Nutrition"and a nutrition coach.