For this week’s discussion, we were joined by Dr. Gary McClain to chat with members of the diabetes community about coping with diabetes guilt.
Most people with diabetes work with their healthcare provider and use their own knowledge to develop a diabetes management plan. But how well do you stick to your plan?
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This week we based our community discussion on the six keys to successfully living with diabetes as outlined by Toby Smithson, Certified Diabetes Educator, on Diabetes Every Day.
If you make a mistake in your self-care, here’s how to get past the guilt and move forward.
Some artificially sweetened soft drinks could have greater health risks than previously thought.
There are a lot of diet ideas and plans out there for people with diabetes, but it’s not one size fits all. You have to find or create an eating plan that works for you.
Are you worried about chronic illness affecting your appearance? Dr. Gary's insightful advice can help restore your peace of mind.
Many people with diabetes have, surprisingly, never been taught what their HbA1c results represent. Find out here!
The only thing that always works reliably when it comes to type 1 diabetes control is to follow the basics in diabetes care: test regularly, adjust insulin accordingly, and eat healthy foods while counting carbs.
Once you’re diagnosed with diabetes, you’re tasked with trying to get your blood sugars under control. There can be a pretty big learning curve at the beginning.
Carbs aren’t the only thing that could raise your blood sugar. Here’s expert advice about what to eat and what to limit or avoid.
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With diabetes management, you find yourself juggling a lot of numbers and data. How do you manage all that data, and how do you use it to better your management?
The technology leader hopes to make monitoring blood glucose simple and painless.