Eating while on the go can be challenging for anyone. Choosing nutrient dense options in portions which provide appropriate calories is a skill that must be learned and practiced. When a person has diabetes, selecting foods which will not aggravate blood sugar levels and/or heighten risks for heart disease becomes an even trickier task. The […]
WRITTEN BY: Cheryl Barber Spires, RD, LD, Program Specialist, NW Region, Ohio State University Extension
REVIEWED BY: Shawna Hite, Healthy People Program Specialist, OSU Extension Family & Consumer Sciences
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- Dan Remley, MSPH, PhD, Field Specialist, Family Nutrition and Wellness, OSU Extension; Barb Hennard, MA, Family and Consumer Sciences Extension Educator, OSU Extension Mercer and Auglaize Counties; Susan Zies, MS, Family and Consumer Sciences Extension Educator, OSU Extension Wood County; Shawna Hite, Family and Consumer Sciences, Healthy People Program Specialist; Cheryl Spires, MFCS, RD, LD, SNAP-Ed Northwest Region Program Specialist; Dining with Diabetes: Beyond the Kitchen; https://catalog.extension.org/product?catalog=DwDBtK
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