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Things That Can Affect Blood Glucose in Pets

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You've studied the disease. You've purchased a glucose meter. You altered your schedule to ensure someone is home every 12 hours to give your diabetic pet insulin. And you run periodic glucose curves. A surprising perception of some diabetic pet owners is that the pet's blood glucose is the same day to day. It isn't!

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Diabetes friendly Broccoli and Tomato Omelette

Hot Breakfasts to Enjoy with Diabetes

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Winter is in full swing and it feels good to start the day with a hot meal. However, certain choices might not be the right ones for people with diabetes. Discover a few hot breakfasts to enjoy when you have diabetes.

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Snacking When You Have Heart Disease and Diabetes

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Poor eating habits may exacerbate the symptoms of heart disease and diabetes as well as lead to other health complications. The food you put in your mouth should nourish your body and please your palate. Consider smart snacking ideas when you have heart disease and diabetes.

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Ten Power Foods When You Have Diabetes

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People with diabetes recognize the importance of maintaining a healthy, well-balanced diet. The right foods can make you feel better and fill your nutritional needs. Discover ten power foods to add to your diet when you have diabetes.

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Roberta Kleinman

Diabetes Q & A for the New Year

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Teaching has always been my passion and I am happy when patients ask me questions relating to their diabetes during our weekly management sessions. There are no silly ones and when time permits, I try to expand on the information so they have a complete understanding. This helps them follow through with their goals and improved diabetes care. Let's review some of the questions I have recently answered.

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