Diabetes Self-Management Blog


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Amy Campbell

Amy Campbell

Dietitian, C.D.E.

Jan Chait

Jan Chait

Type 2 Diabetes Patient-Expert

Diane Fennell

Diane Fennell

Web Editor

Eric Lagergren

Eric Lagergren

Newly Diagnosed with Type 1 Diabetes

David Spero

David Spero

Registered Nurse

Ingrid Strauch

Ingrid Strauch

Magazine Editor

Web  Team

Web Team

Editorial Staff

Previous Bloggers
Tara Dairman, Katharine Davis, Joe Nelson, Andy Stuckey

New SGLT Drugs Coming by
Ensuring a Successful Hospital Stay by
What Color Is Your Fat? by
Type 1 Youth Canoe Trips by
Whey Protein to Prevent After-Meal Blood Sugar Spikes? by
Sick Week* by
Lower Your Blood Sugar — Eat Slower by
An Introduction by
Nutrition…In a Jar! by
Diabetes Law Student Scholarship Seeks Applicants by
Metformin More Effective in African-Americans by
Wink at Diabetes by

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Blood Glucose Self-Monitoring — Part 1: The Gear
Blood glucose self-monitoring is one of the keys to diabetes control. Here are the tools you need to carry out this task.

Perfectionism: An Impossible Goal in Diabetes Management
Striving for good self-care is important, but perfectionism can make diabetes care — and life — more difficult.

Recipes for Spring
Enjoy recipes for Baked salmon on beet greens, Tofu and snow pea slaw, Radish and cucumber salad, Spinach pinwheels, Beet salad with citrus dressing, and Stuffed berries.

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