Good food is one of life’s great joys, as is cooking at home. In general, home cooking is much healthier than eating out. Cooking balanced nutritious meals at home just needs some planning ahead. This means buying the right ingredients during grocery shopping and cooking them properly.
During the hot humid summer, everybody changes their lifestyle more or less. Not only the longer daytime, but also the more frequent sunny warm weather give us mood to travel and engage in outdoor activities. In the same time, we buy ice creams from the street stand, eat hotdogs at the baseball games, enjoy BBQ food with family and friends, and grab ice cold cokes under the sun to cool down. For people with Diabetes, do these foods sneak into your already perfect diet and gave you tough time for blood glucose control? Let the juicy and extra nutritious summer vegetables and fruits help you!