- Staying positive with diabetes: the importance of being kind to yourselfLet's face it, living with diabetes can be tough!
- How to fight the diabetes bluesDo you or the person you support sometimes seem down, frustrated, or a little overwhelmed by the challenges of living with diabetes? Chances are you, your family member of friend is suffering from the diabetes blues.
- Should I switch to a plant-based diet if I have diabetes?We know that healthy eating plays a key role in helping us manage diabetes and prediabetes. But research is showing that eating a diet particularly high in plant-based foods can be even more beneficial compared to other meal plans.
- Long-distance caregiving for people with diabetesThe percentage of Canadians with diabetes doubles between the ages of 45 - 65. As the baby boomer generation ages, this is leading to a dramatic increase in the number of older Canadians with diabetes, and an increasing need for many of us to provide support for older family members. This is a particular challenge when family members are not close by.
- Diabetes and fasting? Yes or no? How to do it more safelyOn occasion, people with diabetes are required to fast. This may be in preparation for a test or for religious reasons.
- Diabetes and angerDiabetes and anger are very closely related. While it’s normal to be angry at times, severe and prolonged anger should be addressed and managed. Read about diabetes and anger in this article.
- Blood sugar and moodYour blood sugar is very closely associated with your mood and emotions. Both high and low blood glucose levels can result in a variety of mood changes, including psychological and emotional symptoms.
- Sheet pan roasted veggies with chickpeasThis one-pan recipe is super easy to prepare and a real crowd pleaser. The addition of chickpeas makes it a great vegetarian main course or a higher protein side dish. It makes a big batch, perfect for a crowd or great for leftovers.
- Here’s what you need to know as a diabetes caregiverAs a caregiver, you want to support your loved ones in the best way possible. This article provides many useful tips for diabetes caregivers.
- Depression in teens with type 1 diabetesThere have been a quite a number of news broadcasts about depression and young adults attending university and college
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