Diabetes Primetime: All The Things That Can Affect Blood Sugar

All The Things That Can Affect Blood Sugar On this fabulous and informative episode of Diabetes Primetime, we cover the many things that can impact blood sugar, how to tell if our meter is accurate, and how to tweak our meals so they're less likely to cause blood sugar spikes. Posted by Diabetes- What To…

Diabetes Primetime: Celebrating Small Wins with Diabetes

  The solution to diabetes burnout is to celebrate our successes! How to set goals, find the bright spots and celebrate in a healthy way is what we cover on this episode of Diabetes Primetime with diabetes care and education specialist Michael See. For more episodes of Diabetes Primetime, click here.

What to know about fasting and and diabetes

by Melinda D. Maryniuk, MEd, RD, CDE Fasting for people with diabetes is an increasingly popular topic. Fasting has many definitions, but for our purposes, we’ll define it as staying away from almost all food and drink for a specific period of time. While research is still limited, surveys show that about 50% of people…

Diabetes Primetime: Diabetes and Weight Loss

    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… For more episodes of Diabetes Primetime, click here.

How to Keep Your Immune System Healthy

Paula Diaque Ballesteros, RD, CDCES and Melinda Maryniuk, MEd, RD, CDCES The immune system is in charge of defending our body against infection, bacteria and viruses. The design of the immune system is complex and influenced by an ideal balance of many factors. There is not a single food (such as chicken soup), vitamin (such as…

Being Certain During Uncertain Times – Affording Diabetes Care

by Melinda D. Maryniuk, MEd, RD, CDE Even during normal times, the high cost of medicines can cause people to miss doses, take less than recommended, or stop taking them altogether. This can lead to high blood glucose levels and other problems over time.  As unemployment rates and financial worries increase, many people with diabetes…

Diabetes Primetime: The ABC’s of Diabetes

We go back to basics with diabetes expert Dr. John Anderson covering complications, medicine, alcohol and more on this episode of Diabetes Primetime… this is essential information every person with type 2 diabetes should know! For more episodes of Diabetes Primetime, click here.

Five Easy Ways To Develop Routines That Lead To Good Health

By: Madeleine Ortiz With most of us staying safe inside our homes 24/7, cancelled plans and closed places the days can feel long! Despite our wide open schedules and extra time for completing new and different tasks it is easy to feel overwhelmed, anxious and more stressed than ever before. Social media, usually a great…

8 Tips for Being Healthy While Staying at Home (and Forever!)

By Dr. Sasha High and Madeleine Ortiz Stores, restaurants and other businesses are slowly beginning to reopen, but our lives are still going to look a lot differently than they did at the beginning of 2019. Vacation plans have been cancelled, schools and summer camps are closed and many of us are still going to…