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Category Archives: Diabetic Education
Please enjoy this video from Tova’s Kitchen! In it, Tova demonstrates the easy way to break down a chicken. Save money and have more flavorful chicken dishes by buying whole chickens. Enjoy, and let Tova know if you have any … Continue reading
Do you have Diabetes type I or Diabetes type 2 and believe anxiety will raise your blood sugar? Do you need more insulin when you are going through stressful episodes in your life? The connection between stress and insulin resistance … Continue reading
Parents of teenagers with Diabetes Type I as well as the teenagers themselves should be aware of Diabulimia in which the teen with Diabetes will stop taking insulin in order to experience one of the symptoms of uncontrolled Diabetes, … Continue reading
Do you feel free to drink all the diet soda you want because diet soda has zero calories and will not affect Diabetic control. Have your heard discussions about Diet soda causing Diabetes type II. The article below indicates a … Continue reading
Scientists have been aware of Diabetes for a long time and the link below describes the history of Diabetes. A member of my Facebook Mastermind group posted this slide show about the history of Diabetes. At the present time, the … Continue reading
This is a staple in my family. It’s healthier and tastier than take-out, and you can easily make a huge batch of this dish and freeze it for future microwaving. Enjoy! Please leave a comment with your thoughts.
Okay, so you have a sense of what you’d like to change in your life, and what should become the new normal. Great, so far so good. Hands up those who get this far, and no further…well you’re among the … Continue reading
I had a radio interview with the authors connection about my book, “Creating Success in the Face of Diabetes”. I may have an opportunity for a longer interview next time. I invite you to listen to the interview by clicking … Continue reading
Craving something salty after all those holiday sweets? Wish you could make Chinese food in your own kitchen without wasting money or gas on questionable take-out? Here’s your answer! This recipe can easily be changed or varied depending on your … Continue reading