Celebrate World Diabetes Day with these scrumptious breakfast recipes

It’s time to get dolled up in blue and celebrate! Today, November 14, marks World Diabetes Day. Created by the International Diabetes Federation (IDF), this exciting day promotes awareness and advocacy about the growing condition. This year, IDF encourages everyone to Go Blue For Breakfast, because studies have shown a healthy morning meal can help …

Vitamins, Minerals, and Your Diabetes

Many of us remember taking a Flintstones vitamin with breakfast as a child. But now that we’re older, is popping a supplement pill really necessary? And what about those “natural” drugs that claim to fight diabetes? Here’s what you should know about vitamins, minerals, and your diabetes. Are multivitamins necessary for people with diabetes? According …

Tips for Dental Care and Diabetes

Did you know people with diabetes–especially with blood sugar levels that aren’t well controlled–are more likely than non-diabetics to develop oral health problems such as tooth decay, ulcers, thrush, and gum disease? In honor of National Dental Hygiene Month, we’ve rounded up tips to help you brush up on your oral care practices. With a …

Diabetes 9 to 5: How to manage diabetes at work

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How to control diabetes in the heat

Sunny skies, popping fireworks, fresh-cut grass, and the smell of a fired-up grill are all signs summertime is here. But with the season’s good times also come climbing temperatures and muggy, humid afternoons. When ignored, these hot weather changes can bring health care hazards to everyone, especially people with diabetes. Whether you’re gardening in the …

Seven ways to save money on diabetes supplies

Diabetes isn’t easy–on you or your wallet. Between glucose meters, test strips, and prescription medications, health care costs can add up quickly. Try some of these 7 steps to help you feel better about your diabetes and your bank account. Step 1: Talk it out People with type 1 diabetes often require different supplies than …

Tips for Coping with Gestational Diabetes

A study published this week in the journal Diabetes Care showed that rates of gestational diabetes among Canadian women nearly doubled from 1996 to 2010. It’s no secret that the rates of diabetes are on the rise, and this fact applies to prenatal health, too. If you’ve been diagnosed with gestational diabetes, read on for …

Supermarket Savvy: Eating Well for Less

Healthy eating is an important part of diabetes care, and it starts in one place: your local supermarket. It can be easier than you think to fill your cart with delicious, good-for-you foods–without breaking the bank. Follow these easy tips to help you shop supermarket savvy. 1. Stick to your list. Save yourself valuable time …

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