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Diabetics need to avoid ketchup like the plague. I know it's tasty, I love it to death, but it's so full of sugar both from the tomatoes and the high fructose corn syrup that it's more of a curse than a pleasure. I like to replace it with yellow mustard as it has little to no sugar added. Green tea is an excellent tool for the Diabetic who is attempting to lose weight. Studies show it helps your... FULL ARTICLE…


Raising a child with Type 1 diabetes is "all consuming"


All types of diabetes are treatable. Diabetes type 1 lasts a lifetime, there is no known cure. I have hope they will find a cure

Type 1 diabetes symptoms every parent should know. Most children, teens, & young adults DO NOT have a family history, and are initially misdiagnosed with influenza (The Flu). This misdiagnosis is often life threatening.


How to Fuel for a Long Run With Type 1 Diabetes

We recently got reader mail asking for help with balancing long runs, fueling, and Type 1 diabetes. Keith, a longtime runner, wrote in to tell us he was recently diagnosed with rare, late-onset Type 1 diabetes. Being diagnosed with Type 1 as an adult is rare in the sense that Type 1 is typically diagnosed earlier in life; the condition was once referred to as juvenile diabetes.


If you have type II Diabetes then it's time to say goodbye to fried foods. The breading on most fried food is full of carbohydrates, typically has sugar added to it, and soaks up unhealthy oils. You really don't want to be ingesting any of these unhealthy things. For people with diabetes, it is important to check your glucose level after heavy exercise. Exercise can keep consuming glucose for up to 24... FULL ARTICLE…