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  • Lost Diabetes Tech: Products That Never Came to Be
    In the labyrinths of diabetes device history, there are endless examples of great ideas for gadgets that never got off the ground. But what about that D-tech that actually got FDA approval or was all-but-guaranteed to, yet never made it into the h ... Read More
    Published on Thursday, February 11, 2016
  • 5 Tips to Keep Your Restaurant Meal Way Under 1,000 Calories
    Below is my blog for Huffington Post, “5 tips to keep your restaurant meal way under 1000 calories.” You can also read it here. Americans love eating out. Unfortunately, most restaurant meals exceed calorie recommendations. It’s no surprise that we have an obesity epidemic in this country. Chain restaurants in the U.S. are currently required to post calorie counts on their menus. Hopefully, this information will nudge us to make healthier choices and also ... Read More
    Published on Thursday, February 11, 2016
  • Healthy Cake Pops
    Healthy Cake Pops My Healthy Cake Pops are made with wholesome and nutritious ingredients that come together to make the most delicious treat on a stick. This recipe has been so popular that it was featured in my news segment this week on Good Day Rochester where we talked about healthy Valentine’s Day Treats! Watch... Read More » The post Healthy Cake Pops appeared first on Emily Kyle Nutrition. ... Read More
    Published on Thursday, February 11, 2016
  • Making a Living with Diabetes: Disability
    Working a job with diabetes can be tough, sometimes impossible. If you run out of work options, you may qualify for disability pay. Here are some things to consider. The Social Security Administration (SSA) has two disability programs: Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) and Supplemental Security Income (SSI). SSDI is insurance most workers pay into through payroll taxes. Depending on how much you’ve paid into it, your monthly payments might range from about $700 to ... Read More
    Published on Wednesday, February 10, 2016
  • Self-Acceptance Step 2: Accept Yourself as You Are Right Now
    In Step 1, we learned that awareness is the first step to self-acceptance. Becoming aware of our habits of self-criticism, judging, comparing, and obsessing over what we eat and how much we exercise helps us recognize this futile, painful pattern. For most people, the most challenging step is to accept themselves as they are right now. There is a little voice that says “When I _______, then I’ll be good enough.” Here are just a ... Read More
    Published on Wednesday, February 10, 2016
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