We hope that you’re having a great summer! Barbecues are synonymous with the summertime and we were reminded of three common summer foods and snacks that might get you when it comes to carbs. You might not be expecting it and then all of a sudden you’re going to end up high and you’ll be […]
Happy Birthday, America! Today, we share our top tips for a healthy and happy Fourth of July. We are abundantly grateful for our country, and for the fact that diabetes is a disease that can be managed with persistence and a positive attitude. Have a fun and safe celebration!
Calling all support team members… We need to step up our game! Uncontrollable highs are worse than being hot in this heat. Keep an eye out for the diabetic mood swings and be supportive! What are your tips and strategies for highs and offering support? Share them with us.
We’d like to wish a very Happy Father’s Day to all the Dads, especially those that do a great job managing diabetes or helping others manage diabetes because we know that is no easy task. Enjoy your weekend… You deserve it!
Are you familiar with the symptoms of diabetes in kids? According to JDRF, there are a number of possible signs of the onset of diabetes in children. Find out more about these signs and symptoms in this video. Remember, if you have any concerns or fears, you should immediately call your doctor or your child’s pediatrician.
Are you drinking enough water? When you stay hydrated, it makes managing your blood sugar and not getting over heated this summer a lot easier. Find out how much water you should be drinking and our tips in this video. Have a fun and safe Memorial Day weekend!
Ladies, we need to take care of ourselves! May 13-19, 2018 is the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services’ National Women’s Health Week. How can we improve our mental and physical health? The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services recommends: Scheduling a yearly Well-Women Check Up and getting preventative screenings Eating healthy Get moving and […]
This week, Rhodes and I wanted to say thank you to our moms and to all the nurses who have been there for Rhodes since his diagnosis and with his management day to day. Happy Mother’s Day and Happy Nurses Appreciation Week! From the bottom of our hearts, thank you for all that you do.
I love a good salad, especially a good cobb salad. For some reason, some folks feel like Cobbs are too complicated to make at home! I disagree. Save yourself the money, the time, and the added salt, and make a Kitchen Sink Cobb for dinner tonight. Here’s how: Grab all the veggies and protein you […]
Have you noticed that the yogurt display at the grocery store is now enormous? Shelves upon shelves of choices, all touting “less sugar” or “lower fat” or “new flavors.” Speaking of flavors, with choices like blueberry pie and white chocolate raspberry, is yogurt a dessert or a snack? I love yogurt, and in fact I eat […]