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Daniele Hargenrader Knows the Secret to Changing a Bad Relationship with Food and Exercise

Daniele Hargenrader Knows the Secret to Changing a Bad Relationship with Food and Exercise

The Diabetes Dominator has helped legions of people stop destructive eating behavior. Prepare to be inspired to make lasting changes with her tips.
August 02, 2018
Meet the Diabetes Dominator: Daniele Hargenrader is a type 1 author, nutritionist, speaker, diabetes coach and certified personal trainer. Her 6-pillar system has helped legions of people stop self-destructive eating behavior to go on to live better with diabetes. Prepared to be inspired to make lasting changes.
How to Use Technology to Monitor and Improve Blood Sugar Control

How to Use Technology to Monitor and Improve Blood Sugar Control

Overcoming your fear of technology can be the first step to better diabetes management. Here's our guide to the newest tech products.
August 01, 2018
Overcoming your fear of technology can be the first step to better diabetes management. Here's our guide to the newest tech products and how they can make your life easier.
10 Fab (and Healthy) Finds From the Fancy Food Show

10 Fab (and Healthy) Finds From the Fancy Food Show

Check out our low-sugar, low carb favorites from one of Manhattan's most anticipated food events of the year—the annual International Fancy Food Show.
July 25, 2018
A writer with prediabetes attends the annual Fancy Food Show in Manhattan. Here, are her favorite healthy innovations.
Intermittent Fasting and Diabetes: A Safe Eating Plan for People with Type 2?

Intermittent Fasting and Diabetes: A Safe Eating Plan for People with Type 2?

Eating whatever you like for a few days; seriously cutting back on others can be effective for weight loss but is it harmful to people with diabetes? Here's what experts say
July 24, 2018
Is intermittent fasting good for diabetes? Eating whatever you like for a few days and cutting back on others can be effective for weight loss and type 2 diabetes.
Babies Born to Mothers with Diabetes May Be at Higher Risk of Developing Autism

Babies Born to Mothers with Diabetes May Be at Higher Risk of Developing Autism

Women with type 1, type 2, and gestational diabetes diagnosed early in pregnancy had a somewhat higher risk of having children who developed autism. Experts emphasize the risk is still low.
June 29, 2018
In a new study, women with type 1, type 2, and gestational diabetes diagnosed early in pregnancy had a somewhat higher risk of having children who developed autism. Experts emphasize the risk is still low.
Islet-Cell Transplants: 3 Tech Solutions May Soon End the Need for Shots and Pumps

Islet-Cell Transplants: 3 Tech Solutions May Soon End the Need for Shots and Pumps

Scientists are looking to stem cells, special pouches and surprising transplant sites (including the eyes and the abdomen) to bring this promising diabetes solution closer to reality
June 28, 2018
Three tech solutions could solve problems that are currently prohibiting the ability of people with diabetes to receive islet cell transplants. Learn more.
Could WearingThis Smart Sock Prevent Painful Foot Ulcers, Amputations?

Could WearingThis Smart Sock Prevent Painful Foot Ulcers, Amputations?

A high-tech sock designed to help people with diabetes avoid diabetic foot ulcers that can lead to amputations has arrived. Could it be right for you?
June 21, 2018
Learn how a new smart sock that looks and feels like an ordinary sock could help prevent painful foot ulcers and even low limb amputations.
Prediabetes? These 10 Foods Could Help You Ditch the Diagnosis

Prediabetes? These 10 Foods Could Help You Ditch the Diagnosis

If you want to avoid getting type 2 diabetes, learn to incorporate more of these 10 foods into your diet and you just may ditch the diagnosis!
June 21, 2018
Got prediabetes? Incorporating more of these 10 foods into your diet can reduce the risk of progressing to type 2 diabetes.
CGM News: Medicare Approves Link to Users' Smartphones

CGM News: Medicare Approves Link to Users' Smartphones

Sharing data with others just got easier. As of today, Medicare recipients will be permitted to link a continuous glucose monitor (CGM) to their smartphone, rather than a receiver.
June 15, 2018
Good news for Medicare recipients who want to use a continuous glucose monitor (CGM) to manage their diabetes, They will now be allowed to link it with their smartphone, allowing users to share data with caregivers and family members. Learn more.
Yoga for Diabetes: How It Reduces Stress and Improves Blood Sugar Control

Yoga for Diabetes: How It Reduces Stress and Improves Blood Sugar Control

A yoga teacher, diagnosed at age 42 with type 1 diabetes, shares the mental health and blood sugar benefits of the ancient practice in this excerpt from "Yoga for Diabetes: How to Manage Your Health with Yoga and Ayurveda" (Monkfish, 2017).
June 14, 2018
A type 1 author and yoga teacher shares the mental health and blood sugar benefits of her practice in this excerpt from "Yoga for Diabetes: How to Manage Your Health with Yoga and Ayurveda" (Monkfish, 2017).
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