Salad Dressing for Herb Gardeners

On these bright days, it’s a joy to go out on the deck to check on my rosemary, basil, parsley, cilantro and thyme. I have lots of herbs to harvest, so I’m searching for ways to use them. I tried a beautifully simple recipe for a lemon-herb salad dressing one night last week. It wasRead more

Two Easy Fish Recipes

Sometimes (OK, often) I don’t  feel like cooking fish but want to make it anyway because it’s a healthy choice for dinner. Lately, I’ve used one of two shortcut “recipes” to turn thawed frozen fish into a tasty low-carb entree that requires no  fancy ingredients or involved chopping. The recipes – techniques, really – areRead more

Prediabetes and Income Tax Deductions

Want to save money? Here are some money-saving tax tips for people who have  prediabetes. To get any tax deductions for prediabetes, there are two requirements. First – you have to itemize your taxes. Second,  your total medical expenses must be over 10 percent of your adjusted gross income (which unfortunately, this is common nowadays.)Read more

Food Review: Go Picnic Hummus box

I received no compensation for this review.   When I need a quick lunch out, I avoid the fast food drive-throughs and even “quick” serve restaurants.  To me, it’s not worth the money or time it takes to eat high sodium food that has been precooked then microwaved or – like quick-serve restaurant soups –Read more

10 Healthy Buys at Sam’s Club

I’m surprised – happily – that I can save money and get a ton of blood sugar friendly foods at the Sam’s Club 10 minutes from my house.  I’ve certainly changed my shopping habits to do that. Before prediabetes was on my radar, I often stocked up on Sam’s Club’s supersize packages of carbs thatRead more