How to Include More Fiber in Your Eating

by Grace Rivers, RDN, CDCES Eating foods with fiber offers many advantages. You are helping to protect against heart disease whenever your eating pattern includes

What Are Continuous Glucose Monitoring Products?

by Jessica Pyhtila, PharmD, BCPS, BCGP When you have diabetes, it can be painful to undergo constant finger-sticks to check your blood sugar. To avoid

Qigong & Diabetes – How This Little Known Ancient Practice Can Reverse Diabetes

by Justin Fowler-Lindner, a former EMT turned health writer Could a 5,000-year old ancient self-healing art really help treat modern-day diabetes? According to recent research,

Comparing and Contrasting Long-acting Insulins

by Jessica Pyhtila, PharmD, BCPS, BCGP If your doctor has told you that you need long-acting insulin, you may be overwhelmed with the number of

Diabetes and Mental Health: Depression and Anxiety When You Have Diabetes

by Jessica Pyhtila, PharmD, BCPS, BCGP Having a diabetes diagnosis can be stressful. The everyday burden of managing your blood sugar and overall health can

Diabetic Gastroparesis

by Jessica Pyhtila, PharmD, BCPS, BCGP Diabetic gastroparesis is a common, yet infrequently discussed, complication of diabetes. This condition is a type of nerve damage

How to Include More Fiber in Your Eating

by Grace Rivers, RDN, CDCES Eating foods with fiber offers many advantages. You are helping to protect against heart disease whenever your eating pattern includes an optimal amount of fiber (which is a critical component of managing diabetes). On the flip side of this, low fiber eating habits may increase Continue Reading

What Are Continuous Glucose Monitoring Products?

by Jessica Pyhtila, PharmD, BCPS, BCGP When you have diabetes, it can be painful to undergo constant finger-sticks to check your blood sugar. To avoid the need for regular finger-sticks in both those with Type 1 and Type 2 diabetes, several companies have developed continuous glucose monitoring (CGM) products. If Continue Reading

How to Keep a Change in Your Schedule from Sabotaging Your Blood Sugar

by Grace Rivers, RDN, CDCES Even though you have your routine down, there are times when events or unexpected situations arise that throw you off. With these situations, your blood sugar can start getting out of range by becoming too high or too low. Here is an example – everything Continue Reading