This trick for reading food labels makes counting carbs way easier.
These healthy proteins are a key part of a diabetic diet.
Feel good about eating these healthy snacks.
For starters: Naturally rich in nutrients; low in fat.
Beans, berries, and more delicious diabetic diet staples
What diabetics must know before nixing meat from meals.
Learn how to eat to balance your blood sugar.
A dietitian dishes out the healthiest options for eating Italian food with diabetes.
We asked a dietitian what to order to keep blood sugar levels steady and carbs in check.
There’s more on that menu than just sushi rolls.
Keep blood sugar levels in check, even on Taco Tuesday.
If you can manage the carbs, Indian is a great dining option.
If you have diabetes, here’s why you should fiber up.
Here’s why you shouldn’t cut ALL carbs from your diet.
Yep, you can have that cupcake—if you plan for it.
Eating for better blood sugar should be on everyone’s mind.
Managing diabetes is possible in many ways. Dr. Keri Peterson explains managing blood sugar is essential, and proper blood sugar levels.
This blood test provides a big-picture view of how well you’re managing your blood sugar.
Inspect your feet, wash them with soft soap, dry them with talcum powder, massage with lotion and clip your toenails with a nail clipper weekly.
A major concern of those with diabetes is diabetic or foot neuropathy, an issue that Dr. Brummer discusses in this video about diabetic foot care.
Diabetes is a disease that requires someone to alter their lifestyle. Many have a hard time letting go of some old habits.
In this diabetic diet video, Nutritionist Amy Hendel shares some healthy tips on eating with diabetes at celebrations without doing harm to your body.
Don’t let diabetes hold you back from that much-needed vacation.
Minimizing stress is a key part of your diabetes treatment plan.
Here’s how to prevent hypoglycemia and hyperglycemia.
What is insulin and what does insulin do? Here are 5 facts you should know about how insulin works.
There are three types of insulin. Dr. Sonal Chaudhry explains what the differences between each of these are and which you should expect to require.
What is insulin resistance? Dr. Sonal Chaudry, and endocrinologist, explains what it is and how to avoid developing it.
There are several insulin injection sites in the body and you can now combine these injections with inhaled insulin. Learn more here.
Will scientists find a diabetes cure? In this video, that question is discussed, as well as diabetes complications and regulation of the disorder.
For diabetics, insulin therapy is the best way to combat the disease, as people are able to monitor their blood sugar level and help combat diabetes.
Controlling blood sugar levels is vital for any diabetic. In this episode, facts about your diabetes blood sugar level are shared.
In this video, doctors discuss a healthy diabetes diet, and the importance of understanding diabetes nutrition and working with a nutritionist.
Dr. Holly Atkinson & Dr. LeRoith discuss the importance of diabetes exercise and diabetes weight loss, since many people often overlook exercise.
If you have been diagnosed with Type 2 diabetes, you may be prescribed Amaryl. Amaryl is a sulfonylurea medication used to lower blood sugar.
Glucotrol is a medication in the sulfonylurea class of drugs that can help maintain blood sugar levels in those with Type 2 diabetes.
Glynase (glyburide) is a sulfonylurea medication that is used to help lower blood sugar levels in people with Type 2 diabetes.
Metformin is the generic name of a drug used to lower blood sugar in people with diabetes. Metformin belongs to the biguanide class of drugs.
If you are working to control your blood sugar due to Type 2 diabetes, your doctor may recommend the oral medication Onglyza. Our Pharmacist reviews
If you have Type 2 diabetes, your doctor may prescribe Starlix. Starlix is a meglitinide analog medication that works to lower blood glucose levels.
If you are being treated for Type 2 diabetes, your doctor may prescribe Tradjenta. Tradjenta, also called linagliptin, works to lower blood sugar.
High blood sugar also takes a toll on your ticker.
Here's how to stay heart-healthy if you have diabetes.
How to have a great workout without a blood sugar crash.
Here's how to exercise safely and avoid low blood sugar.
In this episode of True Champions, Manny Hernandez shares his personal experience of his diabetes diagnosis and living with diabetes.
Manny Hernandez explains his diabetes advocacy campaign & spreading of diabetes awareness. He discusses uniting the diabetes community on social media
It's important to find a diabetes community that's going through what you are, & that'll support you, such as in the case of a diabetes support group.
Diabetes advocates share their stories of living with diabetes and explain why diabetes awareness is an important step to educating the public.
Hernandez explains the Big Blue Test and the power of diabetes exercise for those with diabetes, as well as engages people to help others with it.
In this episode, Manny Hernandez works diligently as a diabetes advocate to help diabetes patients, conquering diabetes one person at a time.
In Episode One of TrueChampions Type 2 Diabetes, we meet Jill, a mother of three and former dancer who was diagnosed with Type 2 Diabetes.
In this episode of TrueChampions Diabetes, Jill Knapp talks about how she found her identity again through managing her Type 2 diabetes.
In this episode of TrueChampions Diabetes, Jill discusses the important relationship between healthy food and managing Type 2 Diabetes.
In this episode of TrueChampions Diabetes, Jill tells us about her advocacy for Type II Diabetes and how inspires others to live a healthier life.
Amy shares her father’s struggle with diabetes & her own journey with type 1 diabetes. She discusses her diabetes blog, her website & her book.
In this episode of True Life Story, Jimmie shares useful type 2 diabetes facts, as well as discusses how hereditary diabetes can be.
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