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Cravings

One great way to start reducing your cravings is to eliminate sugar and artificial sweeteners. Don’t be fooled; sugar has many forms. It may be regular table sugar, agave, corn syrup, high fructose corn syrup, molasses, fructose, and many other names. 247 more words

Type 1 Diabetes

Living Well

A friend’s father came up to me when I was at a dinner party. How he saw my self-destructive way of life, I’ll never know. I smoked, drank alcohol to excess, and ate poorly in order to try and fit in with other “normal” people. 310 more words

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Take Control Of Your Diabetes Symptoms With These Great Tips

Diabetes requires you are given; your eating and sleeping habits and exercise more.

For instance, keep your insulin and meter in one place each night so it is easier found in the morning. 549 more words

A Virus? Really?

Type 1 diabetes is an auto-immune reaction to a trigger in your body. That trigger can sometimes be a virus, although I’ve heard others with a major stress event causing the disease to manifest. 393 more words

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Diabetes-Friendly Meal Alternatives

You found out you have diabetes. You’re not alone. According to the American Diabetes Association, you’re among 29.1 million Americans who suffer from this manageable disease. 660 more words

Staying Fit

Hello and welcome!

Hello and welcome to my blog. I’m here to tell you a bit about what I know when it comes to living a life with juvenile diabetes. 276 more words

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Emergency Complications Arising From Of Type 2 Diabetes

TIP! When your child receives a diabetes diagnosis, life can feel devastating. Stay positive though, you can get through this! So many people have diabetes nowadays that modern treatment has the capacity to let your kid live as many years as the rest of us. 570 more words