The holiday season is an exciting time full of family and friends, social events, traveling, and traditional foods. However, this excitement can become a source of stress for people who are working hard to manage diabetes. Here are some tips to help you enjoy a happy (and healthy!) holiday season.
What is the everyday reality of living with diabetes? It can be complex, personal and sometimes even misunderstood by others.
November is Diabetes Awareness Month, for ANY person with ANY Type of diabetes. One thing is for sure, all those types need help for their malfunctioning pancreases.
The ketogenic diet is all over the media lately and I find myself having a conversation about it with a patient at least once per day. Where did this popular diet come from and what does it mean for people with diabetes?
By David Weingard, Husband, Father, Person With Type 1 Diabetes And Founder/CEO Of Cecelia Health
I was talking to a family member about nutrition when she expressed an opinion that I hear all the time: “Everyone is following such different diets! It’s just so confusing that I don’t know what to eat anymore!” And isn’t that true! Everyone holds such strong food opinions, and talks with such.
Did you notice an update to the American Diabetes Association (ADA) treatment algorithm? It now includes metabolic surgery as a treatment option for people with type 2 diabetes and obesity who do not respond to conventional treatment. Considering that nearly 90% of people with type 2 diabetes also.
Longer days, warmer weather – it must be Spring!
This is an exciting time for diabetes technology!
For diabetes healthcare workers, part of ringing in the new year is reviewing the American Diabetes Association (ADA) Updated Diabetes Standards of Medical Care. Each year, a professional practice committee reviews evidence that has come out since the previous edition, providing recommendations for.