Diabetes Diet And Exercise Articles

Vitamin K: Is it OK for you?

By sloane 1 Comment

In 1943 the Nobel Prize went to two Scientists for elucidating the role of vitamin K in blood coagulation.

Acidophilus, Probiotics, and the Diabetic Diet

By Susan Sloane 1 Comment

What exactly do probiotics do, and how do you know if you actually need to take them?

Diabetes and Beer: 4 Tips for Your Night Out

By C. Cason, guest author from informationaboutdiabetes.com 14 Comments

Can you drink beer? Sure! But be sure to follow these four rules.

It’s Not Just What You Eat. It's How You Eat It.

By Susan B. Sloane, BS, RPh, CDE 3 Comments

Could certain combinations of foods give your health a boost? CDE Susan Sloane gives us the dish on her favorite food combinations.

Tip of the Week: Counting Carbs

By GabbyPA 1 Comment

Oh, that four letter word…CARB.

Exercise is Your Best Friend

By GabbyPA 2 Comments

Exercise is vital for people with diabetes — it can even be considered your best friend. Learn why exercise is so important at Diabetic Connect.

Calcium: Getting the Right Amount

By Susan Sloane No Comments

Many factors are involved in how much calcium is right for you. 

9 Healthy Eating Tips from a CDE

By Susan B. Sloane, BS, RPh, CDE 1 Comment

The nation is obsessed with nutrition these days. 

A CDE's Perspective on "Dieting" for Diabetics

By Susan B. Sloane, BS, RPh, CDE 4 Comments

There are so many different messages directed at us related to food that it can get confusing and at times, even overwhelming.

Omega 3: A Fat by Any Other Name

By Susan Sloane 2 Comments

Omega 3 has gained a lot of attention lately because of the health benefits associated with it. 

Vitamin D: The Importance of the Sunshine Vitamin

By Susan B. Sloane, BS, RPh, CDE 4 Comments

It is estimated that approximately one billion people worldwide have a vitamin D deficiency. I am one of them.

Holiday Tip 3: Keep Moving When It’s Cold Outside

By Amy Tenderich No Comments

The cold is no excuse. Keep moving!

Holiday Tip 1: Manage Your Hunger and Prioritize Your Treats

By Amy Tenderich No Comments

This year, beat the holiday binge for good.

What a Nutritionist Can Do For You

By Amy Tenderich 3 Comments

People are often afraid that a nutritionist is just going to be preachy, or send you home with a dull, tasteless meal plan. Not necessarily so.

How to Learn and Practice Carb Counting

By Amy Tenderich 6 Comments

Master the art of carb counting to help you stay in control of your diabetes with these tried and true tips.

How to Avoid Carb Overload

By Amy Tenderich 2 Comments

Everyone talks about eating balanced meals. But do you really know what a “balanced meal” is?