Diabetes Carb Counting Articles
Learn facts you may not know about this popular yet controversial diet.
On this week’s community discussion, we chatted with Adam Brown, senior editor for diaTribe, and our host Jewels Doskicz, RN and T1D, about low-carb eating.
Join special guest Adam Brown and the Diabetic Connect staff on February 9 at 9:00 p.m. ET for the #DCDE Twitter chat.
People living with diabetes are bombarded with fad diets and guilt trips. Here's how to weed through the fluff to get to tried-and-true blood sugar control.
If you want to get healthy, it will take more than just exercise.
Read the highlights on carb counting for better diabetes care from the January 2015 Twitter chat facilitated by Diabetic Connect using the hashtag #DCDE.
Hope Warshaw, RD, CDE, will share her expertise on how to carb count in our January 20 Twitter chat. Learn more at Diabetic Connect.
Fiber can affect the bottom line when it comes to carbohydrate counting
Two brothers set out on a month-long experiment to try to determine which of these two diets works best for weight loss: low carb or low fat.
Even people with diabetes need carbohydrates, but all carbohydrates are not alike. Here's how to choose carbs wisely.
Counting carbs doesn't have to be difficult when you use these helpful apps.
Educate yourself on what is healthy by reading labels.
Tips and tricks to enjoy holiday buffets without eating too much or making poor choices and blowing your diabetic diet.
The connection between diabetes and celiac disease may push some to be gluten-free.
Carbohydrates are the one thing that people with diabetes should cut back on, and they are the one thing that can be the most difficult to stop eating!
One way to manage carbohydrates is by using the exchange system.