Diabetes Understanding Your Numbers Articles
There really are foods you can eat that have no (or at least little) impact on your blood sugar. They’re typically called “free foods” and chances are you’re already familiar with at least a few…
Low blood sugar, also known as hypoglycemia, is considered to be an acute complication of diabetes. At best, low blood sugar, or a “low,” is inconvenient and annoying. At its worst, low blood sugar is…
Here’s what to do when treats that most people with diabetes can eat send your blood sugar out of whack.
Many people with diabetes have, surprisingly, never been taught what their HbA1c results represent. Find out here!
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.
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?
Simple tips can help you keep your blood sugar levels steadier, day and night.
Are your blood sugar numbers telling the whole story about your health? PWD Jeanette Terry explains.
Can a CGM be beneficial even for someone who isn’t using insulin?
Type 1 diabetic Jeanette Terry explains how to make sense of your blood glucose numbers and why they are important for your health.
The Best (and Worst) Halloween Candies for Diabetics infographic will help you make more informed choices this year.
Splurge responsibly this Halloween by factoring in carb counts and calories before picking up that fun-sized treat.
Check out these 7 tips for lowering your A1c for those who don't use insulin.
Check out these 7 tips for lowering your A1c if you use insulin.
Learn everything you ever wanted to know about your A1c test: how it's given, how often, and what your results mean.