Diabetes Diet And Exercise Articles

Vegetables on Half of Your Plate? Yes, You Can!

By Jewels Doskicz No Comments

You don’t have to be a vegetarian to dig into a plate that is brimming with vegetables—nor does eating veggies have to be a sufferfest. It’s easier and yummier than you may think.

Kick the Can: My Week Without Diet Soda

By Kent Peterson No Comments

If you've been trying to get rid of your soda habit, check out some of these tips from someone who's tried it!

Healthy Snacking Is Possible

By Tom Betar No Comments

We all love snacks, but it’s important to have a good handle on our snacking habits before they get out of control.

Practical Steps Toward Weight Loss

By Jewels Doskicz No Comments

By setting attainable weight loss goals, successes are within your reach.

Community Perspective: Keys to Successfully Managing Diabetes

By Danielle Cronquist No Comments

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.

Diet Soda Linked to Increased Stroke and Dementia Risks

By Kent Peterson No Comments

Some artificially sweetened soft drinks could have greater health risks than previously thought.

Community Perspective: Alternative Eating for Diabetes

By Danielle Cronquist No Comments

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.

Is Home Food Delivery a Good Option for People With Diabetes?

By Tom Betar 1 Comment

If you struggle with meal planning and preparation, you might want to consider home food delivery.

Banishing Belly Fat

By Amy Campbell No Comments

There are hidden health hazards lurking in belly fat. Here’s how you can reduce it.

Obesity Prevention: Embrace Change Now

By Jewels Doskicz No Comments

Opening your eyes and understanding the importance of the food choices you make can result in powerful change.

How to Choose Your Own Adventure

By Erin Spineto No Comments

Having an adventure can be good for your spirit and good for your diabetes control. Here’s where to begin.

Dealing With Misinformation About Diabetes

By Kate Cornell 1 Comment

Here’s how to handle uninformed people who try to tell you how to manage your diabetes—plus the truth about some common diabetes myths.

Community Perspective: What Is Halloween Really Like for People With Diabetes?

By Diabetic Connect StaffA No Comments

What is Halloween like for people with diabetes? Find out from our community discussion with T1Ds, T2Ds, and diabetes advocates.

Community Perspective: The Big Blue Test

By Tom Betar No Comments

Learn about the Big Blue Test and how you can use your exercise habits to make a difference.

Healthy Halloween Treats

By Tom Betar No Comments

It is possible to still enjoy Halloween with diabetes. With a little extra planning and preparation, you can indulge in tasty treats, too.

Community Perspective: Seasonal Eating

By Danielle Cronquist No Comments

Laura Cipullo, RD and CDE, joined a group of diabetes advocates to discuss how you can choose seasonal foods and how it will benefit your diabetes care.