Living with diabetes doesn’t mean you can’t enjoy your favorite holiday foods. There are plenty of diabetes friendly recipes if you want to enjoy a LATE or a VERY EARLY St. Patrick’s Day this year!

st patricks dayBetter late than never………Holiday’s celebrated with friends, family and special foods don’t have to be a problem if you suffer from diabetes. St. Patrick’s Day is a perfect example of when eating some holiday-inspired dishes can make for a special occasion. Here are some diabetes friendly recipes for celebrating “the wearing of the green!”


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Candy gifts on Valentine’s Day may not be best choice for a loved one with diabetes. Here are some ideas on what to give instead.

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Stores have been stocked for weeks in anticipation of Valentine’s Day. With this holiday right around the corner, you may be struggling to find the perfect gift if your loved

New Year’s Eve means lots of delicious food. You won’t be left out when you whip up some of these diabetes friendly dishes.  

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Right before making those New Year’s resolutions to cut back or get into shape it seems everyone indulges on holiday treats. This can be a nightmare if you suffer from diabetes. But,

Here are some suggestions for people suffering with diabetes to eat and live heathier in the coming year.

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Eating healthy and exercising are common resolutions for many in the New Year, not just for those with diabetes. Although most of us start out with good intentions of living a healthier lifestyle, it’s easy to get

Living with diabetes doesn’t mean you can’t enjoy the holidays. Try a few of these recipes to keep your meal plan on track while enjoying your favorite foods.

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It’s hard to believe, but it’s that time of year again. Thanksgiving is just a week away! For many of us, that means traveling to see our

Learn all about newly-discovered risk factors for developing Type 2 diabetes.

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Studies on diabetes continue to produce new information for treatment and prevention. Recent research has uncovered even more risk factors for developing Type 2 diabetes, a disease that afflicts tens of millions of people in the U.S. alone. In addition to already-known risk

Candy may be a big part of Halloween, but that doesn’t mean children with diabetes can’t partake in the holiday.

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Ghosts, ghouls and goblins aren’t the scariest part of Halloween if your child has diabetes. According to the National Retail Federation, the average American spends more than $20 on Halloween candy, with total national

Here are some great fall foods that taste delicious and can help create a balanced diet for those with diabetes.

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Fall weather is here, and thoughts of delicious fall foods like apples, pumpkins and squash come with it. But did you know certain fall foods can help create a balanced diet for those with diabetes.

Don’t miss out on the rich, delicious foods that come along with fall if you suffer from diabetes. Here are some delicious recipes that won’t ruin your diet.

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When the cool temperatures of fall blow through the apple orchards and pumpkin patches, our minds and stomachs immediately begin thinking about comfort foods. Often times these

Seven common questions relating to diabetes in women.

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Like most diseases, diabetes affects each person in a slightly different manner. Just as your body is uniquely yours, so is the diabetes that you manage. And being a woman with the Type 1 or Type 2 diabetes yields yet an additional set of distinct questions. Read