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  • Going to the Grocery Store with Diabetes: The Produce Aisle
    As I mentioned in a previous entry, attacking the perimeter of the grocery store first is key to making healthy food choices. The perimeter of the store is where the fresh fruits and vegetables, fresh fish and meat, and dairy products are typically located. Let’s start by going down the produce aisle. When it comes to diabetes management, we have all been told at least a hundred times how important fibrous vegetables and fruits ... Read More
    Published on Tuesday, February 2, 2016
  • 4 Easy Ways to Boost Your Fish Intake
    Delicious Ginger Pesto Crusted Monchong I ate in HawaiiFish is good for the heart. Since February is American Heart Month, I’m challenging folks to eat more fish this month. And fish is good for the brain too. The most heart-friendly, brain-friendly choices are those rich in omega-3 fatty acids such as salmon, barramundi, sardines, herring, trout and tuna. The American Heart Association recommends eating fish at least twice weekly to prevent heart disease. And researchers have ... Read More
    Published on Tuesday, February 2, 2016
  • Lyfebulb Lyfestories: Maria – Check, Check, Check
    Check, check, check Every time I have issues with blood sugar than span more than one day, I pretty much know I have to start logging to help me tease ... Read More
    Published on Tuesday, February 2, 2016
  • 7 Ways To Work Out in Under 10 Minutes
    Your workouts don’t have to be long and sweaty to work for you.  Here are 7 ways to get an all-body workout in – in 10 minutes or less. Sooo… How are you doing with your New Year’s resolution to get to the gym and get fit?  I know.  You’re not alone.  It’s hard, when there’s work, school, kids, vacuuming, laundry, grocery shopping, yada yada yada.  We all know though, the excuses aren’t going away. ... Read More
    Published on Tuesday, February 2, 2016
  • Teen Actress Brec Bassinger Talks Showbiz and Type 1 Diabetes
    A Texas teenanger who's being dubbed one of the next big stars on Nickelodeon TV is also stepping into a role as a diabetes advocate, based on her eight years of living with type 1.In just the past few years, 16-year-old Brec Bassinger (@BrecBass ... Read More
    Published on Tuesday, February 2, 2016
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