Category Archives: Diabetes Forecast

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Just in Time for Picnic Season!

The June issue of Diabetes Forecast is like a picnic basket, filled to the brim with delicious summertime recipes that focus on a balanced diet. But the magazine isn’t using the term “balanced diet” lightly at all – not at all! Instead they are seeking to better define what a balanced diet is while pointing out tips and tricks to achieving it in your own lifestyle. Continue reading

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Grilling Season is Here!

Memorial Day is coming up next weekend. It’s a day I love because I know that if I take a walk around my neighborhood, I will smell the summertime scent of charcoal and barbeque sauce. This can only mean one thing: Grilling season has begun! Continue reading

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Pop Quiz

May is Stroke Awareness Month, so let’s take a moment to test our knowledge on this very serious and potentially deadly diabetes complication. Think of it as your own diabetes final for the semester! (Answers are provided below the questions – no peeking!) Continue reading

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How Many Carbs are in Sheep Brains?

Has this question ever crossed your mind? Nope, I haven’t thought of it, either! But Nat Strand, winner of CBS’s reality television show The Amazing Race, had to consider it during her 23-day adventure around the world. “I just gritted my teeth and hoped that since [boiled sheep head] was protein, it was low-carb,” Strand tells Diabetes Forecast in its May issue. Continue reading

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Don’t be Foolish About Your Diabetes Care

It may be April Fools’ Day, but diabetes is no joking matter. This month, Diabetes Forecast provides an opportunity to get back to the basics. Whether you are just getting started in your diabetes care, or if you’ve lived with the disease for 45 years and are interested in a refresher course, this issue has informative articles and delicious recipes just for you. Continue reading

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Diabetize Your Recipe!

In some families it’s an heirloom – the recipe box filled with dog-eared cards that have been passed down through generations with notes, substitutions and updates written in the margins. In other families, it might be the worn cookbook that has been splattered with various ingredients, or even a bookmarked website full of fail-proof recipes. So what happens when you are told that you have to change your diet as a part of creating a healthier lifestyle? Allow me to introduce a new word to you: Diabetize! Continue reading

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To Carb or Not to Carb: the March issue of Diabetes Forecast explores this great debate

Everyone has their own way of managing the daily aspects of life with diabetes. The March issue of Diabetes Forecast looks at some of ways in which people manage these different aspects while providing tips and personal stories throughout its March issue. Continue reading

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