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Vietnamese Hot & Spicy Beef
These Vietnamese hot and spicy stir-fry beef and noodles dish is sure to please both your taste buds and your diet restrictions. Click to learn this recipe step-by-step!
Inside Scoop: Dexcom G4
Our type 1 friend Kim from Texting My Pancreas is back in action with an insider's scoop on what she does and does not like about her Dexcom G4 Platinum.
Diabetes can cause a lot of peripheral medical problems, particularly in individuals who have trouble maintaining a healthy diet and exercise regimen. One common side-effect of diabetes is neuropathy, a type of nerve damage, which if not properly treated can lead to even more problems. Diabetes specialists at Ipswich Hospital in England have developed the "Touch the Toes Test" -- a simple way for people with diabetes to determine if they may have nerve damage in their feet between regular visits to the doctor.
It was inevitable your child with diabetes is going to their very first sleepover and they'll have to manage their diabetes themselves. You can't help but be a ball of nerves. Thought of "will they know what to eat, will they know to check their blood sugar, do they know what to do if they're feeling high or low" go through your head.
Using an insulin pump takes a little bit of the diabetes management load off your shoulders, but don't get too comfortable. Insulin pumps only work for your benefit if you make sure they are properly set-up and used to get the best results in controlling your diabetes.
You've just switched from using syringes to an insulin pump, but where do you start?! Don't fret because this easy to follow video will give you a step-by-step demonstration on how easy it is to insert your infusion set for your insulin pump.
When you think of souffle you think of two things, "Hey that's too fancy for me to even try and make," and "I'm not sure if this is good for my diabetes diet." Well think again both these thoughts can be debunked with Chef Michel Nischan's recipe for Crabmeat Souffle.