Tuesday April 13th– The Ups and Downs of Diabetes …
What’s frustrating about having #diabetes? We’re talking with diabetes psychologist Dr. Susan Guzman about how to manage the things about diabetes that drive us crazy on this FABULOUS episode of Facebook Live April 13th at 8:30 pm!!
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Diabetes Primetime is a program for people with diabetes, showcasing interviews with diabetes experts on a range of topics: preventing complications, eating a healthy diet, staying on track, coping with diabetes distress and more.
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We all know how important it is to eat healthy with diabetes, but the truth is that a healthy diet can encompass a broad variety of favorite foods and cuisines. Learn how anyone can personalize a diabetes diet to fit their background, preferences and culture on this fabulous episode of Diabetes Primetime!
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Diabetes educator Michael See talks about how celebrating small wins can make diabetes feel more manageable.
Many people with diabetes want to lose weight, but it’s not always easy. Dietitian and CDE Danielle Aldous shares what she’s learned about what helps people succeed on this fabulous episode of Diabetes Primetime…
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Diabetes specialist Dr. John Anderson talks all about the basics of diabetes— we’ll cover alcohol, complications, and what EVERY person with diabetes should know.
In this episode, we talk with psychologist Dr. Susan Guzman, about how to stay sane while managing diabetes! 🙂 In this episode learn: 1) What the number one predictor of diabetes burnout is at the 3:00 minute mark. 2) Why diabetes is not anyone’s fault at the 9:00 minute mark. 3) Why we don’t need to be perfect to have well-managed diabetes at the 22:00 minute mark.
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