Blog Directory

A Diabetic Dietitian


A blog that is about real life experiences as a person with diabetes trying to educate others about their diabetes. Here I post my successes, my failures, my attempts at cooking, and some of my favorite things while all involving diabetes and food.

Author: Emily Gorman, RD, CDN

I’m Emily: a type 1 diabetic, registered dietitian, lover of chocolate, and youngest of seven kids. I obsess over reality TV and nothing relaxes me more than organizing my closet. My biggest pet peeve is people who are late. When I am aggravated, I sigh very deeply. E... More

Am I Hungry?


A Blog On Mindful Eating for Prediabetes and Diabetes

Author: Megrette Fletcher, MEd, RD, CDE

Megrette Fletcher is a diabetes educator who is passionate about the benefits of mindfulness as they apply to food and eating. In 2006, Megrette’s passion convinced some really smart people to create The Center for Mindful Eating, which is a web-based, international n... More

Brilliant Eating


Nourish your body. Enrich your life.

Author: Katherine A. Isacks, MPS, RDN, CDE

Katherine is a registered dietitian nutritionist and certified diabetes educator committed to helping individuals manage their diabetes, weight, and other nutrition-related diseases. She uses a variety of tools to help people meet their goals - including smartphone apps... More

Center for Diabetes and Mental Health


Mental Health: The Missing Piece In Diabetes Care.

Author: Mark Heyman, PhD

Mark Heyman, PhD is a clinical health psychologist and the director of the Center forDiabetes and Mental Health (CDMH). In addition to treating patients with type 1 and type 2 diabetes, Dr. Heyman provides training for health care providers on how to identify and addres... More

Chef and Nutritionist's Blog


Author: Cheryl Forberg, RD

One of the nation’s leading advisors on health and nutrition, Cheryl Forberg is a James Beard award-winning chef and one of the few professional chefs in the country who is also a registered dietitian. She strongly believes you don’t have to sacrifice flavor to eat ... More