Foods containing sugar alcohols may assist in weight and glucose management — but it is the consumption of high-fiber vegetables, fruits and whole grains that should be the cornerstone of a healthy diet.

Learn to avoid the unhealthy fats while enjoying the healthier ones.

With one in two of us having diabetes or prediabetes, knowing where our salt is coming from and how to decrease intake is important.

Better control of your blood sugar, weight and overall immunity are just a few of fiber’s benefits.

Because many yogurts are protein-rich and low-carb, they can enhance your diabetes management plan.

With zero or minimal calories and no significant impact upon blood sugar levels, artificial sweeteners can be a part of a sound dietary regimen, if consumed judiciously.