Diabetes Expert Blog Posts

  • A New View on Cereal
    Some of the information in this post was inspired by a session sponsored by General Mills but the opinions are my own, and I was not paid for this post. According to the National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey 2015-2016, cereal is the number one breakfast food eaten at home. Cereal has always been in my pantry cupboard, and is a go-to snack and breakfast food for us. As I raised my children, I always ... Read More
    Published on Friday, February 7, 2020
  • Best diet for PCOS? Our Top 3 Tips for Healthy Eating with PCOS
    What is the best diet to manage my PCOS? We’re not here to talk about what fad diet is the best here. But diet (or your pattern of eating) and exercise are an important part of managing PCOS. Women with PCOS have higher levels of insulin resistance which makes it easier to gain weight and more difficult to lose weight. To emphasize, eating a diet that is high in fiber and ... Read More
    Published on Friday, February 7, 2020
  • 26 Famous People with Type 1 Diabetes
    Here are 26 famous people with type 1 diabetes you may you might not know about, and what they are doing for the cause. ... Read More
    Published on Friday, February 7, 2020
  • Ask D’Mine: Help, My Toes Are Turning Blue!
    Our weekly diabetes advice column explains the possible reasons for toes that are turning blue. ... Read More
    Published on Thursday, February 6, 2020
  • Diabetes Hits the Video Gaming and Music Livestreaming World
    A new initiative taps video gaming and music livestreaming communities for diabetes awareness and fundraising. ... Read More
    Published on Thursday, February 6, 2020
  • Have insulin; will party
    Birthdays can be fun. On my birthday this year I started thinking about cake and frosting (I think it was the dancing cupcake with my face superimposed on it that a friend texted to me that got it started). I reminisced about all those birthday parties I attended as a kid when the child’s mother would slice the frosting off my piece of cake, or not offer me cake at all. I remember post-DCCT, when ... Read More
    Published on Thursday, February 6, 2020
  • Newly Diagnosed: Understanding and Treating Low Blood Sugars
    By far, the most stressful part of living with type 1 diabetes is low blood sugar. Not only can lows disrupt your day and leave you feeling shaky and exhausted, but if not treated quickly, they can become life-threatening. It’s this fact that leads so many people with diabetes, especially those who have just recently been diagnosed, to undertreat the condition and aim for higher blood sugar goals.  While higher blood sugar levels may be ... Read More
    Published on Thursday, February 6, 2020
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