A Season for Balance: Tips for Eating (and Feeling) Well During the Holidays

Most events seem to be centered around food during the holiday season. Although we lead busy lives all year long, our schedules get overloaded from Halloween to New Years day. Along with the parties and social events that are part…

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Diabetes & Carbs – When Carbs are Your Friend // Guest Post by Christel Oerum

Anyone living with insulin dependent diabetes knows that the amount and type of carbs you eat has a major effect on how much insulin you need to keep your blood sugar in range. However, there are a lot of different…

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Diabulimia: Dying to Be Skinny

Betsy was a superstar in high school. She excelled at sports, was homecoming queen and enjoyed hanging out with friends. She was diagnosed with type 1 diabetes at age 11, and earned the nickname “Splenda” in high school because she…

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