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    Net Carbs: Healthy or Hype? nutrition
    The words "Net Carb" or "Low Carb" are everywhere today in food advertisements.  These ads are targeting consumers...

    Diabetes Exercise Update exercise
    The American Diabetes Association's position statement on physical activity addresses the latest on preparing for exercise, getting started with exercise, and the benefits of exercise for those with type 2 diabetes...

    Criteria for Pre-Diabetes Updated general info
    Pre-Diabetes is a condition in which blood sugar is higher than normal but not high enough to diagnose diabetes.  Pre-Diabetes increases risk for type 2 diabetes in the future...

    Minimum Carbohydrate Recommendations nutrition
    The Food & Nutrition Board of the National Academies, Institute of Medicine has released new recommended dietary allowances (RDA) for energy yielding nutrients including carbohydrate...

    Study Shows Exercise Extends Life for those with Diabetes exercise
    Experts are urging those with type 2 diabetes to exercise, but not only for the reasons you think.  Of course everyone knows when you exercise...

    Latest Diabetes Statistics (e.g. 49% take oral meds.) general info
    The National Institute of Diabetes & Digestive & Kidney Diseases (NIDDK) provides statistics on diabetes.  The most recent statistics show the following...

    Diabetes Study - Benefits of Tight Blood Sugar Control general info
    The United Kingdom Prospective Diabetes Study (UKPDS) is the largest study on type 2 diabetes completed to date.  UKPDS evaluated whether intensive blood sugar control results in...

    Diabetes Risks Indicated by the ADA general info
    The American Diabetes Association (ADA) currently recommends being tested for diabetes at age 45 and every 3 years thereafter especially if...

    Exchange Lists Updates nutrition
    Foods in the exchange list are categorized into carbohydrate, meat/meat substitutes and fat groups.&bnsp; Starches (bread, cereal, pasta, rice), fruit, milk...

    Recommendations for Blood Sugar, Blood Pressure, and Fats general info
    The American Diabetes Association (ADA) provides recommendations for those with diabetes for optimal health.  These recommendations include the following 3 categories: glycemic control (blood sugar control)...

    Diabetes Prevention Program Study general info
    The Diabetes Prevention Program (DPP) has found that diet & exercise can reduce risk for type 2 diabetes by 58%.  The DPP study compared the effects of diet & exercise (lifestyle) with...

    Diabetes Updates - 2011 general info
    The American Diabetes Association (ADA) now recommends that the A1c be used for diagnosing diabetes and pre-diabetes.  Under the ADA's new recommendations, an A1c of...

    What is the difference between carbohydrate and sugar? nutrition
    Sugar is a carbohydrate.  There are 3 main sources of calories your body can use for energy:  carbohydrates, fat, and protein.  Carbohydrates are your body’s favorite source of energy...

    Weight loss & calories! general info
    One pound of body weight is equal to 3500 calories.  Lose 1 pound of weight each week by reducing food consumed daily by 250 calories and increasing energy expended by 250 calories for a total daily calorie deficit of 500.

    Where should blood sugar be to avoid complications? complications
    Normalizing blood sugars is the main goal. Strive to get blood sugars close to that of a healthy person who does not have diabetes. Several organizations provide recommendations of blood sugar testing goals.

    Pre-Diabetes affects an estimated 79 million people pre-diabetes
    By definition, pre-diabetes is a condition where one has fasting blood sugar levels above normal (blood sugar between 100-125 mg/dl) but the blood sugar levels are not high enough to diagnose diabetes (fasting blood sugar above 126 mg/dl).  

    What's the difference between Type 1 and Type 2 Diabetes? general info
    Most people have heard of diabetes, but did you know there is more than one type?

    Food Tips to Control Blood Sugar complications
    Consider these tips when choosing foods to control blood sugar! Controlling blood sugars can delay or prevent diabetes complications.

    Do I have to give up my glass of wine with dinner? nutrition
    In a word... no.  Having diabetes does not mean you have to give up alcohol, so long as your alcohol consumption is in moderation.  Moderation in alcohol terms equates to having 1 or less alcoholic beverage each day if you are a woman and 2 or less alcoholic beverages each day if you are a man.

    Reap the Benefits of Exercise exercise
    Ok, you know exercise is a good idea for anyone.  Many have thought of all the excuses of why not to exercise - maybe due to time limitations or not knowing where to start or perhaps the idea of sweating.

    Can I eat sugar? nutrition
    In the past, when someone was diagnosed with diabetes, they were told they should not eat sugar.  The thinking was that sugar affected blood sugar more than complex carbohydrates (table sugar compared to a slice of bread).

    The Ins & Outs of Heart Disease complications
    Diabetes mellitus increases risk for heart disease.  What is heart disease?  What are the risks?  How can risks be reduced?  These might have come to mind if your doctor mentioned this heightened risk.  Consider the following to reduce your risk for heart disease.

    Get a move on fitness! exercise
    You have probably been told exercise is important.  It aids in weight loss & can help improve insulin effectiveness for those with Type 2 diabetes.  Where do you start?

    Now that I have diabetes, will my children get it too? general info
    You may have heard diabetes is genetic but genes are not the only risk factor for diabetes.  Lifestyle factors including obesity and physical inactivity leads to Type 2 diabetes.  These risks coupled with a genetic predisposition is the unpleasant recipe for Type 2 diabetes.

    Diabetes Sick Days complications
    Everyone gets the occasional flu or cold but if you have diabetes, more attention needs to be given to caring for yourself when you get sick.  Blood sugar can become elevated when you are sick even if you have not eaten because your body is stressed.  Follow these tips when feeling sick to better control blood sugar.

    Medications for Diabetes... how do they work? pharmacy
    Type 2 Diabetes is characterized by an inability to produce adequate insulin.  Insulin moves sugar from the blood into the cell.  Treatment of Type 2 Diabetes includes a healthy food plan, exercise, weight loss, and oral medications or insulin.  What's the difference between oral medications and insulin?

    What’s so great about fiber? nutrition
    Fiber is a type of carbohydrate found in fruits, vegetables, and grains.  Why is fiber such a big deal?  Not only do fibrous foods contain many vitamins and minerals, fiber also packs health benefits including:

    What can a food label tell me? nutrition
    The Food and Drug Administration has standardized the food label found on foods. These food labels provide the nutritional content of a food. Food labels include carbohydrates, fats, sodium, and portion size. Take a look at the following food label and read on to learn more!

    What is the treatment for diabetes? general info
    Those recently been diagnosed with diabetes, often ask "how will this change my life?" or "what is the treatment for diabetes?". Treatment depends on diabetes diagnosis.

    Know your blood sugar numbers! pharmacy
    Checking your blood sugar is the best way to know how well you are managing your diabetes.  Regular blood sugar checks are vital to making decisions on how to treat diabetes.

    Sweeteners 101 nutrition
    Artificial sweeteners can be used to substitute regular table sugar. Sweeteners such as aspartame (NutraSweet) and saccharin (Sweet n Low) are concentrated in sweetness. One packet of these sweeteners is equivalent to the sweetness of 2 t. of table sugar.

    Why is my doctor concerned that my blood sugars are high? complications
    Poorly controlled blood sugar comes with risk and potential long term complications.  When you have a high concentration of sugar in your blood, if affects your body's ability to do its job effectively.  Damage can arise due to this increased concentration of sugar in your blood.

    How did I get diabetes? general info
    Type 2 diabetes (aka adult onset diabetes) is the most common type of diabetes, affecting 90% of all people with diabetes.  Type 2 diabetes was considered the adult type of diabetes, but now children are being diagnosed as well. Genetics and lifestyle are the main factors contributing to type 2 diabetes.

    What do the experts mean exercise 5 times a week? exercise
    You may have heard the recommendation of exercising 5 times a week.  What constitutes exercise 5 times a week?  What type of exercise?  What is the time commitment? Read on to learn the specifics of exercising 5 times a week.

    Medication Checklist pharmacy
    Understanding and planning to use medication is key in treating diabetes. Below is a checklist to help make the most of your diabetes medications.

    Will I always have diabetes? general info
    Yes. There is no cure for diabetes… but it can be treated.  Those with well-controlled blood sugar levels and those maintaining normal bodyweight, can look forward to a healthy life.  It takes planning… the most successful person with diabetes takes control of their diabetes and plans.  Planning means:

    Control Diabetes with Diet! nutrition
    Diet makes a difference whether you are at risk for diabetes or have diabetes.  Following a healthy diet and exercise plan are key to treating or preventing diabetes.  Research proves it!

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