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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World Diabetes Day 2016

November 14th is World Diabetes Day. The International Diabetes Federation and the World Health Organization started World Diabetes day in 1991 to raise awareness about the growing epidemic of diabetes. This year’s theme is “eyes on diabetes”. Diabetes can lead to serious…

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Diagnosis or Death: The Missed Diagnosis of Type 1 Diabetes

Over the past few weeks, I have had the privilege of speaking at several diabetes conferences on the subject of  “The Missed Diagnosis of Type 1 Diabetes”. This is a heartbreaking topic, which needs to be addressed by health professionals,…

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Diabetes Awareness Month: Bringing Attention to T1D
feat. Guest Blogger Sarah MacLeod

It’s officially November 1st! Halloween is over and behind us and the holidays are only a few short weeks away. However, the change in the calendar also represents a transition into a month where those of us involved in the…

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5 Ways to Keep You and Your Child “Happy” on Halloween

  As a parent, do you encourage your child to eat a “rainbow” of fresh fruits and vegetables? When my children were younger, I would pack school lunches with sliced red peppers, orange carrots and green grapes. Yet, on Halloween,…

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