Recipe for Health

May 2013
Diabetes Forecast;May2013, Vol. 66 Issue 5, p76
The article focuses on healthy diet plan followed by Nancy Kiehl, a resident of California, and also by her husband Jeff Kiehl and further informs about healthy lifestyle of the couple. It discusses their plans for breakfast and lunch and offers information on their meal plans on weekly basis. It also states that the reason behind the lifestyle change is type 1 diabetes of Nancy and type 2 diabetes of Jeff.


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