Diabetes Primetime: The Ups & Downs of Diabetes

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Missed our episode where we spoke about how to handle the things about diabetes that drive you crazy? Psychologist Dr. Michael Vallis shared the 6 tips below… – Give yourself credit for your efforts, even if your blood sugar numbers aren’t exactly where you’d like them to be! Whether it be reducing late night snacks,…

Alcohol: Finding the Right Balance for Your Health

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By Melinda Maryniuk, MEd, RD, CDCES Alcohol in moderation can be a part of a healthy meal plan, even for people who have diabetes or are trying to reach a healthier weight. However, drinking “in moderation” can sometimes be a challenge – and it can also impair sleep, thinking, judgment, and overall health. More people…

Overeating? Try These Five Tips!

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By Melinda Maryniuk, MEd, RD, CDCES We eat to give our bodies the energy, calories, and nutrients they need. We eat to maintain and improve our health. We eat because we’re hungry. But for most of us, there are many other reasons we eat… We eat because it is enjoyable and social. We eat as…

Baking Recipes & Tips!

View the wonderful collection of delicious baking recipes + tips our dietitian created for us by clicking the image below!

Diabetes Primetime: What To Know About Ultra-Processed Foods

On this episode of Diabetes Primetime, we’re talking with diabetes dietitian Melinda Maryniuk about how we can read the food label to know which foods are the best choice and getting her tips for making cooking at home EASIER. 6 Takeaways from Melinda: Michael Pollan says to live by these words: “Eat real food. Mostly…

What To Know About A1C and Time in Range

By Melinda Maryniuk, MEd, RD, CDCES For many years, the A1C has been the gold standard for assessing a person’s glucose levels over time. There is another measure, however, called “time in range” (TIR) that is gaining a lot of attention and it can be confusing to know what each metric refers to and which…

Diabetes Primetime: Conquering Habit Hunger

Many of us eat more calories than we realize from mindless eating or what psychologist Dr. Paul Davidson calls “habit hunger.” He’s sharing his suggestions for how to cut down on this kind of snacking and some great ideas of easy healthy substitutes for common trigger foods on this episode! Never miss a Diabetes- What…
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Diabetes Primetime: Healthy Eating Made Easier

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There are skills we can develop to make it easier to achieve our goals, and we’re talking with dietitian Nada Abualoon about what they are and how we can put them into practice. We’ll also cover why getting a meal plan or being told what to eat isn’t the answer for sustainable weight loss… and…

Diabetes Primetime: Tips For Keeping Weight Off!

  Strategies for losing weight and keeping it off is what we’re talking with #diabetes dietitian Hope Warshaw about on this fantastic episode of Diabetes Primetime. Get her tips for easy, healthy meals, simple meal prep ideas and more! For more episodes of Diabetes Primetime, click here.