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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Today’s article is from the perspective of a type 1 who’s trying to lose weight and increase her insulin sensitivity, but it really is relevant for anyone with diabetes, especially if you have type 2 and you’re on insulin.   This is a motivational story about the impact of exercise and how it can lower […]

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New research out supports what we’ve written about on the blog before, that when it comes to exercise, intensity DOES matter and can help your body really get the benefits of exercise. Now, the New York Times highlights new research that shows that there are specific biochemicals (like adrenaline) that are released when your body […]

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Today’s food article is not a list of recipes, but rather a promotion for one of the healthiest foods out there– yogurt! In this fantastic article, Amy Campbell, a wonderful nutritionist who focuses on diabetes, details out the many health benefits of yogurt– including the recent studies that show that yogurt could play a role […]

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Today’s article comes from Diabetes Self-Management, where they report on a recent drug approval for people with diabetes– inhalable insulin. This is the first real advance in insulin therapy in several years and it’s a product that many doctors are very excited about. Afrezza is a super-fast acting insulin designed to be used before meals. […]

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If you have type 2 diabetes, the experts recommend that your “carb budget” for a given meal should be 45 – 60 grams of carbs for women and 60-75 grams of carbs for men– and some folks recommend even fewer carbs per meal. This can vary, so be sure to talk to your healthcare professional […]

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If you’ve just been diagnosed with type 2 diabetes, this slideshow from WebMD is for you– it breaks diabetes management into eleven important steps. Some of the most helpful tips include: 1) Using the “rule of three” when it comes to building your meals– filling one half of your plate with non-starchy vegetables like broccoli […]

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