Slideshow: Diabetes-Friendly Grilling Recipes by The Diabetes Food Hub Team

Now that warmer weather is settling in, it’s time to invite friends and family over to grill out in the backyard. Your neighbor is bringing the coals, your uncle has packed a radio, but what about the star attraction—the food? Not to worry. The team over at Diabetes Forecast magazine pulled together this list of quick, easy, and delicious grilling recipes from Diabetes Food Hub. Each one is a guaranteed hit.

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