Articles by Amy Campbell MS, RD, LDN, CDE

Amy Campbell MS, RD, LDN, CDE (94 Articles)

Amy Campbell MS, RD, LDN, CDE is an experienced health, nutrition and diabetes educator and communicator with more than 25 years of experience within the healthcare sector. Amy has extensive expertise in editing and writing for patients, consumers and healthcare professionals; public speaking, teaching and group facilitation; project and account management; and content and curriculum development.


She is currently the Director for Clinical Education Content Development and Training at Good Measures LLC, a Health Professional Advisor at the Egg Nutrition Center, and a blogger/Writer for Madavor Media.

Losing Weight – Step by Step

January 4, 2016

With the holidays behind us and a new year in front of us, thoughts often turn to starting fresh, especially when it comes to losing weight. Whether you have put on a few pounds over the holidays, or just want to shed a few pounds to help improve your health, lose weight smartly and safely with the steps laid out in this article. [...]

Yogurt and Your Health

January 4, 2016

If you’ve been to the grocery store lately, you’ve probably seen the many different kinds of yogurt in the dairy case. You might even be eating some of those yogurts. Besides being a convenient snack, yogurt tastes good and is good for your health – as long as you know what to look for and what to steer clear of. [...]

Keeping Your Joints Healthy with Diabetes

December 23, 2015

Diabetes can affect nearly every system in your body, including your musculoskeletal system, a fancy term for your muscles, bones, joints, ligaments and tendons. Diabetes can lead to problems with your hands, feet, wrists, shoulders, neck and spine. Here are some of the more common joint problems that are linked to diabetes. [...]

Snacking: It’s Good for Your Heart Health

November 26, 2015

When you think of the word “snack,” what comes to mind? Potato chips? Cookies? A bowl of ice cream? Despite the many unhealthy snack foods available in supermarkets, snacking can actually be good for you! And since 94% of Americans eat at least one snack each day, it’s important to choose snack foods that are good for your heart and your waistline, and that can help you manage your blood sugars, too. [...]

Diabetes Self-Care Starts with a Single Step

November 24, 2015

If you have diabetes, you’re likely continually aware of the condition. Diabetes is not something that one easily forgets. Living with a chronic condition, 24 hours a day, 365 days a year, is enough to wear anyone down. In addition, diabetes is a disease of self-management – up to 99% of diabetes care is up to you. And that’s on top of everything else you have to do in your life, like going to work or taking care of your family. Over time, you might feel overwhelmed or discouraged. [...]

Pour on the Olive Oil

October 8, 2015

Olive oil has a wonderfully rich flavor, making it perfect for drizzling on salads, breads and pasta, as well as for cooking. Not only is olive oil delicious, it’s one of the healthiest oils around! Find out what makes olive oil so good for you. [...]

The Wonders of Water

October 6, 2015

Water has no taste, scent or color. It contains no calories and is free of carbohydrate, protein, fat, vitamins and minerals. Yet, the human body is about 60 to 75 percent water, and without it we can’t survive. Read on to learn just how important water is for us and how it can help promote health. [...]

Tailgating Tips for Diabetes

October 1, 2015

The fall season heralds cooler temperatures, Halloween and, of course, football! Tailgating (whether you’re at the game or watching it on TV) is a mainstay of many football games. But as social and fun as it is, overdoing the eating and drinking can wreak havoc on your diabetes control. Learn how to manage your blood sugars – and your weight – while still getting in on the fun. [...]

Boosting Brain Health with the MIND Diet

September 30, 2015

If you have diabetes, you’re probably aware of the risk of complications, including heart and kidney disease, eye problems and nerve damage. Add another complication to that list: Alzheimer’s disease. Alzheimer’s is the most common form of dementia and, according to the Alzheimer’s Association, accounts for 60 to 80 percent of dementia cases. People with type 2 diabetes are more likely to develop Alzheimer’s than people without this condition. [...]

Slow Your Eating… And Lose Weight

September 12, 2015

Do you stand over the sink and wolf down your meal? Do you grab a sandwich to go and chomp it down quickly in your car? Are you a multi-tasker, eating, working and watching television all at the same time? If so, you’re probably eating much too fast and very likely are eating more than you realize. [...]

Ways to a Healthy Heart

August 29, 2015

It’s a hard pill to swallow: having type 2 diabetes doubles your risk of getting heart disease. But knowing this, you can beat the odds. There is plenty that you can do to live a long and healthy life with diabetes. The American Heart Association and the American Diabetes Association recently published guidelines on how to prevent heart disease in type 2 diabetes. Here are some key steps to take to make sure your heart and blood vessels stay in tip top shape. [...]

Are You Hungry?

August 27, 2015

Do you eat simply because food is there, or because you’re bored, or watching your favorite television show? You might not even be hungry, but you eat anyway. Eating because your appetite, not your stomach, is urging you can eventually lead to weight gain and high blood sugar levels. Learn the difference between appetite and hunger, and how you can use a simple tool to help control your eating. [...]

Safe Travels with Diabetes

July 29, 2015

Whether you’re going on vacation or embarking on a business trip, traveling when you have diabetes requires careful planning. The tips below can help ensure that you stay safe and healthy while you’re away from home. [...]

Pros and Cons of Insulin Pump Therapy

July 28, 2015

If you inject insulin several times a day, you might be interested in using an insulin pump. Using an insulin pump might be a lot easier than having to inject yourself, and it can also mean more freedom and flexibility with your lifestyle. However, if you’re thinking about using a pump, you should know that wearing a pump entails work and responsibility. Here are the pros and cons of using an insulin pump for diabetes management. [...]

Do You Have Lactose Intolerance?

July 24, 2015

Have you ever had a glass of milk and then felt bloated or gassy? Does eating a slice of pizza upset your stomach? If so, you might have lactose intolerance, a condition that commonly affects a significant percentage of certain ethnic groups. [...]
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