Diabetes Flashpoints

Potatoes: Good or Bad?
A new study offers mixed results on potatoes and weight loss. What role, if any, should potatoes play in the diets of people with diabetes?

Diabetes Self-Management Blog
David Spero

People Treat You Different With Diabetes

Sometimes, medical problems aren’t as bad as how other people react to us. Have you had experiences like these?

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Martha Zimmer

Discovering I Had Type 2 Diabetes

I was not prepared when Type 2 diabetes burst the bubble of ignorance I had built around myself. Looking back, I should have known better…

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Amy Campbell

Hype or Healthy? Ezekiel Bread and Whey Protein

Can Ezekiel bread and whey protein fit into a diabetes a meal plan? Read my opinions on these two popular food items…

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Web Team

Take Part in the Big Blue Test!

American Diabetes Month is right around the corner, which can only mean one thing — the Big Blue Test website will soon be open for entries!

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Diane Fennell

Can Grapefruit Juice Prevent Weight Gain, Increase Insulin Sensitivity?

One fad diet after another has touted grapefruit as a way to shed unwanted pounds. But according to new animal research, there may be some science to back up these claims…

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Scott Coulter

Time for Some Help

Today, I had cereal for breakfast, skipped lunch, and am planning on a cheese sandwich for dinner, since it seems like every time I eat something my blood sugar responds like a geyser!

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David Spero

Love Hormone Treats Diabetes

 
Amy Campbell

Hype or Healthy? Chia Pudding and Bulletproof Coffee

 
Web Team

Free Webinar on Detecting Health-Care Errors and Fraud

 
Web Team

Ski and Snowboard Camps for Kids With Diabetes

 
Diane Fennell

Low-Carb Diet Improves Quality of Life in Type 2 Diabetes

 
Scott Coulter

Canary in the Coal Mine

 

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