Here comes the succession of holidays, "with the food holiday spiral" of Halloween, Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Year's. According to USA Today, "4% of all candy consumed in the US is eaten on that single day called Halloween."
Every season seems to be the perfect time for gift giving for that special someone you love. Christmas season came and went with lots of decorated Christmas sweaters and red reindeer pajamas. Valentine’s Day suggests the need to order long stem red roses, chocolates and anything that has a heart shape. Gift giving and its timing can be predictable or not.
The glycemic index (GI) is a system to help people with diabetes determine some of the right foods to eat. It calculates the effect of carbohydrates on the body and how long the food will supply sugar to the bloodstream. One goal […]
People with diabetes need to control their blood sugar. Using a diabetes glucose kit is a way to measure your blood sugar and make changes as needed. Find out how to choose a glucose meter for better diabetes management.
What is a Blood Glucose Meter?
Blood glucose meters are used to measure and display the […]
Managing diabetes is an ongoing challenge as people try to keep their blood glucose levels stable. Knowledge and the right equipment can make a major difference. Discover a few diabetes devices to help make your diabetes life easier.
The I-Port Takes Shots for People with Diabetes
Many people with diabetes need to administer insulin throughout the day. With […]
Parents are usually concerned that their children eat the right foods when returning back to a new school year. The lure of vending machines, student union stores and poor cafeteria choices may become a temptation. Discover 8 healthy back to school foods when you have diabetes that tastes great, too!
Some people are admitted to the hospital for diabetic ketoacidosis (DKA) prior to being diagnosed with type 1 diabetes. This serious condition is often how people learn they have diabetes type 1. Learn more about ketoacidosis and why it is so common in type 1 diabetes.