95% of Americans believe that by choosing frozen yogurt over ice cream for dessert, they’re making the healthier choice. Well, as this CNN article shows, that’s just not the case– especially for people with diabetes. Frozen yogurt really grew popular in the 90s when the low-fat craze was at its height– however, many low-fat foods […]

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Chia seeds and how good they are for you has been in the news a lot lately, and now new evidence suggests that they may have health benefits specifically for people with diabetes too. Remember the Chia pet? Well, it turns out that the seeds from the chia plant have quite a nutritional profile… they’re […]

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New research shows what many people with diabetes have long suspected– testing blood sugar, even if you’re not on insulin, can be a valuable tool for living a healthy life with diabetes. In the study, researchers helped patients with type 2 set up personalized schedules for testing blood sugar that would give both the patient […]

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Several factors determine what your risk level is for developing type 2 diabetes– your age, family history, weight, level of activity, etc. Novo Nordisk makes it simple with their super-easy “Ask. Screen. Know” quizDiabetes- What To Know- 6 Things Family Members Need To Know that tells you what your risk is you check a few […]

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If you’ve been working hard to lose weight and feeling frustrated that the number of the scale isn’t moving downward, there may be an unexpected culprit– stress. This feature from Good Morning America talks about new research that suggests that even moderate stress can make it more difficult for people to lose weight. Why? Well, […]

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It seems that there’s always someone on the internet or the radio claiming to have a cure for diabetes… is that even possible? Today we get to the bottom of whether it’s possible to “cure” type 2 diabetes with a no-hype answer from the amazing folks over at DiaTribe. Be sure to read the full […]

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There is no diabetes diet anymore– people with diabetes can eat all the same foods that anyone else can. You can incorporate your favorite foods into your meals by using The White Foods Rule (watch this video to learn about that) or using the nutrition facts label to calculate how to stay within your carb […]

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You’ve heard it before– “breakfast is the most important meal of the day”. Now new research suggests that that’s even MORE true for people with diabetes. A recent study in people with type 2 diabetes found that the participants who skipped breakfast and fasted until noon had higher-than-usual spikes in blood sugar after lunch and […]

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