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Roasted Tomato and Eggplant Soup, Eggplant Burgers and Eggplant Focaccia are recipes you can try today. Brought to you by the Community Harvest Project.
Get in step when it comes to keeping your feet healthy especially if you have diabetes. People with diabetes can develop foot problems of all kinds. These problems can happen when there is nerve damage. You may experience pain, tingling or weakness in the foot. If you lose the feeling in your foot, you might not realize you injured it. Also, poor blood flow or changes in the shape of your feet or toes can cause problems.
Follow these steps to stay a step ahead of unhealthy feet:
Celebrate National Bike Month by taking your children out for a bicycle ride around the local park or a bike trail. May is a perfect time to enjoy a family bike ride, before the summer heat sets in. According to Men’s Fitness, cycling is a lower-risk form of cardiovascular exercise and is low impact, so it’s easier on your legs, ankles, knees and feet. It’s also an awesome way for your family to get exercise and have fun while doing it!