In people with prediabetes or type 2 diabetes and excess weight, a personalized lower-calorie diet (based on continuous blood sugar monitoring, gut microbiome data, and more) led to no lower long-term blood sugar levels (hemoglobin A1c) and no fewer blood sugar spikes over six months than a one-size-fits-all lower-fat, lower-calorie diet.
Poke—a Hawaiian dish of seafood seasoned with Asian flavors—can be served with rice for a meal-in-a-bowl. My take uses tofu instead of seafood. Optional extras: Top with nori (roasted seaweed), chili flakes, toasted sesame seeds, or crispy onions.
Nutrition Action is changing its mailing schedule, in part to offset recent increases in postage and printing costs. Instead of 10 issues, you’ll receive six double (24-page) issues per year. Look for the September/October issue in your mailbox in late September.