Carbs are getting a bad rap these days. While it’s not completely undeserved, we understand that it’s not usually as simple as a blanket “bad” or “good” statement anymore. With the variety of allergies and/or dietary preferences, the amount of do’s and don’ts can get pretty overwhelming, pretty quick.
For diabetics, or anyone looking to maintain stable blood sugar levels, getting higher quantities of vitamin D is one of the best things you can do. And the best way to get vitamin D? Spending some time in the sun. Studies have shown that increasing low levels of vitamin D can reduce vascular issues and improve the long-term health of people with diabetes and cardiovascular disease.Continue reading