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Chinese Food and Diabetes

Concern about Chinese food and diabetes has grown as the rates of diabetes amongst Chinese Americans and Asian Americans grows. 1 in 9 Asian Americans have diabetes, with Indians, Filipinos, and Chinese having the

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Biggest Nutritional Challenges for AAPI

In honor of Asian American & Pacific Islanders (AAPI) Heritage Month, we are taking an in-depth look at the biggest nutritional challenges for AAPI. This includes looking at chronic disease risk, prevalency, and specific

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Asian Pickled Vegetables

Pickled vegetables have been around for thousands of years and have many different health benefits. Those on a low sodium diet may feel like they can’t eat pickled vegetables because of the high salt

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Can Prediabetes be Reversed?

Leaving your doctor’s office with a diagnosis of pre-diabetes and a couple of generic suggestions from your provider can spark so many negative feelings and emotions. Most times, people ask themselves how this could

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Are Peanuts Bad for Kidneys?

When living with Chronic Kidney Disease (CKD), it can sometimes feel like the list of foods you’re told to avoid is never-ending. Peanuts and peanut butter are often no exception to this list, which

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Top 12 Low Sodium Asian Sauces

Asian cuisine is often known for being salty and having a high sodium content, yet there are so many other flavors that go into it! Learning how to cook with less salt and using

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