10 Surefire Ways to Reduce Risk of Prediabetes and Diabetes

10 Surefire Ways to Reduce Risk of Prediabetes and Diabetes Diabetes affects more than 30 million people in the United States (approximately 9.1% of the total US population) which is an increase of nearly a 15% increase over the past 8 years.  According to the Centers of Disease Control and Prevention one in four people … Read more10 Surefire Ways to Reduce Risk of Prediabetes and Diabetes

Decadent Diabetic Presents: “Riced” Cauliflower!

One of the first things I missed after being diagnosed with Diabetes was rice, too many carbohydrates for MY budget. Then I found the answer. Will the wonders of what you can do with cauliflower never end? This very simple preparation takes the place of rice on your plate for amazingly few carbohydrates for a … Read moreDecadent Diabetic Presents: “Riced” Cauliflower!

Tips For Choosing The Right Diabetic Testing Supplies

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When you are diagnosed with diabetes, there are a lot of factors to consider. Your diet, exercise habits and other lifestyle choices can all affect your blood sugar levels. Although many people with diabetes talk extensively with their doctor about medications or insulin to manage blood sugar, most overlook the importance of choosing the right … Read moreTips For Choosing The Right Diabetic Testing Supplies

Oral Health and Diabetes: The Connection

Everyone needs to brush and floss their teeth regularly to prevent cavities and periodontal disease. Plus, emerging scientific evidence suggests that good oral hygiene may impact more than just your mouth, decreasing your risk for cardiovascular disease and other chronic conditions. Unfortunately, people with Type 2 diabetes are at a significantly higher risk of oral … Read moreOral Health and Diabetes: The Connection

Don’t Let Diabetes Haunt Your Halloween

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This is guest post from Beth Kelly. Individuals with diabetes must exercise caution on all major holidays, when an abundance of sugary treats and alcoholic beverages present constant waves of temptation. On no other night of the year is this more evident than on Halloween, a celebration traditionally centered on the consumption of candy. While … Read moreDon’t Let Diabetes Haunt Your Halloween

5 Easy (And Tasty!) Food Swaps For Diabetics

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This is a guest post from Dr. Shinde, owner and physician at Aayu Clinics Lakeview Immediate Care. Type 1 diabetes often develops before adulthood, but Type 2 diabetes usually manifests itself later in life, once the patient has long been set in his/her own eating and lifestyle habits. This can make bad habits really hard … Read more5 Easy (And Tasty!) Food Swaps For Diabetics

Health and Wellness Services for Older Americans Announced at WHCOA

The following is a guest post by Beth Kelly. In the years ahead, America will experience a considerable growth in its population of seniors above the age of 65. Changes in the country’s age structure will affect all aspects of our society, as this demographic transition means new responsibilities for families and medical professionals, as … Read moreHealth and Wellness Services for Older Americans Announced at WHCOA