Diabetes Expert Blog Posts

    The Five Pillars of Positive Nutrition WOMENS’S HEALTH BODY CLOCK DIET, RODALE 2015 Adopt an “All Foods Fit” PhilosophyAll foods provide nutrition but in different amounts based on nutrient composition and quantity consumed. Adopting this “everything is A-okay” attitude will automatically help you learn to eat all foods in moderation and prevent you from feeling deprived and restricted from eating foods that happen to have made some magazine’s “do not eat” list. Of course, All ... Read More
    Published on Tuesday, June 16, 2020
  • How to Incorporate Quick and Healthful Snacks
    Whether you may be working towards a health goal such as weight loss or improved blood glucose control or you are aiming to improve your nutrition, snacks can fit into any healthful meal plan when chosen wisely. In fact, snacks can add essential vitamins and minerals throughout the day to ensure optimal health. Here are 5 tips for quick and healthful snacks. ... Read More
    Published on Tuesday, June 16, 2020
  • Advocating for Your Healthcare as an Obese Patient
    At one time or another, we are subject to fat shaming and weight discrimination. Even in the sacred space of healthcare, practitioners often treat us indifferently rather than properly. The New York Times newspaper reports our healthcare system — in its attitudes, equipment and common practices — is ill prepared. And its practitioners are often unwilling, to treat obese patients. In these situations we’ve needed to advocate for ourselves. To stand up for ... Read More
    Published on Tuesday, June 16, 2020
  • Insulin’s Role in Vascular Damage
    Cardiovascular disease is the number one killer of people living with long term type 1 diabetes.  This remains true despite huge advancements in blood sugar management technology, more effective insulins, and an increased focus on heart health. The risk of developing heart disease remains high regardless of the individual’s glycemic control. Why does the vascular system of diabetics continue to experience damage even after near-normal blood sugar control has been reached? Researchers in Europe may ... Read More
    Published on Tuesday, June 16, 2020
  • Antipasto Picnic Sandwiches
    This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Safeway. All opinions are 100% mine. Thanks for supporting brands I use and love! Have you ever, in your life, been as excited about summer, and the thought of getting out of the house to spend time with friends and family? After what felt […] The post Antipasto Picnic Sandwiches appeared first on Craving Something Healthy.... ... Read More
    Published on Tuesday, June 16, 2020
  • Chickpeas & Farro: a Healthy Vegetarian One-Pot Meal
    This aromatic, healthy vegetarian one-pot meal gives you plant protein and fiber from the veggies, farro and chickpeas and extra deliciousness from the lemongrass and ginger. Yay! Farro is back in the supermarkets! When COVID-19 first disrupted the food supply, I couldn’t find one of my favorite healthy grains anywhere. After I devoured the last bit in my pantry, I was out of luck to create this one-pot meal loaded with plant protein and exquisite ... Read More
    Published on Tuesday, June 16, 2020
  • FreeStyle Libre iCGM v2 offers greater accuracy and alarms – to adults & kids
    Here’s what’s new in the second generation of the Libre flash glucose monitor From Abbott’s press release ABBOTT’S FREESTYLE® LIBRE 2 ICGM CLEARED IN U.S. FOR ADULTS AND CHILDREN WITH DIABETES, ACHIEVING HIGHEST LEVEL OF ACCURACY AND PERFORMANCE STANDARDS – FreeStyle Libre 2 is the only integrated continuous glucose monitoring (iCGM) system available that continuously … Continue reading FreeStyle Libre iCGM v2 offers greater accuracy and alarms – to adults & kids ... Read More
    Published on Monday, June 15, 2020
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