Budget-friendly tips for eating healthy with diabetes.
Patients with Type 2 diabetes are at an increased risk for diabetic eye disease.
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Artificial sweeteners are also called sugar substitutes, low-calorie sweeteners or nonnutritive sweeteners offer the sweetness of sugar without the calories.
Fruits generally cause a lower spike than sweets, making it less dangerous for people with diabetes monitoring their sugar levels.
Fresh fruit is full of fiber, minerals, and antioxidants. These all work together to support healthy glucose levels.
The holidays can be a stressful time even without diabetes. Here are five tips to help you make it through.
Diagnosed with Type 1 diabetes at the age of four, Kaiden Moss-Moultrie shares her top ten tips for controlling diabetes.
A few of the most frequently asked questions about what a diabetic can eat…
Diabetes can cause eye problems, including glaucoma, retinopathy and cataracts. As a PWD (person with diabetes) it is important that you get your eyes checked, at least every 12 months. Or more often if your ophthalmologist recommends it.
Plus, here are some simple tips to keep your eyes healthy.