March 27, 2018, is the American Diabetes Association’s (ADA) National Alert Day. The purpose of this day is to raise awareness of the risk factors for Type 2 Diabetes. If you are involved in our support group, you are probably already aware of the risks and consequences of a life with diabetes. However, you probably […]
Spring break with the kids sounds fun doesn’t it?! However, when you have a diabetic in your family, its not all fun and games. Spring break, like any travel, requires advance research and preparation. Our 5 tips for family travel are: Two months in advance, make sure you have all the medications, insulin, and diabetes supplies you will need […]
Happy St. Patrick’s Day! We love a little good luck, now and again. But, when it comes to diabetes management, we don’t believe in luck. It’s all about preparation and determination. Don’t leave your health and well-being to chance, give it your best. How do you do that? Here’s 4 ways to take the luck […]
Diabetic neuropathy is common in folks who suffer from diabetes and the symptoms can include tingling and numbness in any of your extremities, including your feet. It’s serious and important that if you are experiencing this, you immediately make an appointment with your doctor. Share your experience and join the conversation at www.thediabetessupportgroup.org.
You are what you eat is a common saying we hear time and time again. This National Nutrition Month, really focus on your portions and the foods that you’re putting into your body for your overall health. The American Diabetes Association recommends these Diabetes Superfoods: Eating fish high in Omega-3 Fatty Acids twice a week […]
March is National Nutrition Month. This month, take the time to really focus on your healthy eating, focus on your portion control and watch what you’re drinking. We can do it! Share your tips with us in the comments below.