Sleep has been shown to be essential for good diabetes management– not getting enough sleep or having disrupted sleep can make people eat more, worsen blood sugar control and lead to poor heart health. Find more information about that here and here. But how much sleep is “enough”? A recent Wall Street Journal article suggested […]

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Today’s recipe Saturday focuses on which fruits are low-carb and therefore ideal for people with diabetes. If you or a family member has diabetes, eating fruit which is low in carbs can be an excellent dessert or treat that won’t negatively impact your blood sugar… and dLife has a fantastic list of fruits that are […]

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File today’s article under the heading of interesting, alternative approaches for being healthier! The always fascinating David Spero reviews ten ways that listening to music that you love will make you healthier– everything from lowering your blood pressure to managing stress to boosting your immune system. This is a really interesting read— did you know […]

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Many people with diabetes report having a hard time knowing what to eat– and really there are two ways to know what foods will raise your blood sugar. One is called the “White Foods Rule” and that will be a topic for another blog post. The other is by looking at food labels and that’s […]

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There’s been a lot of buzz lately about new technologies being developed to test blood sugar non-invasively (which means testing without having to prick your finger)— everything from contact lenses from Google to temporary tattoos! While it’s great to see these new products for people with diabetes, it’s good to remember that great technology already […]

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