Diabetes distress is the emotional response to dealing with the daily demands of living with diabetes. In this expert blog we discuss why it is important that you speak with your diabetes healthcare team about your difficulties.
If you have diabetes, it’s important that you choose healthy snacks to satisfy your hunger cravings between meals, especially when you’re travelling.
Diabetes distress is your emotional response to living with diabetes. It is normal to experience some stress, but when the level of stress becomes overwhelming it can significantly undermine your confidence and ability to take care of the daily tasks. Read this expert article to learn about developing an action plan to deal with diabetes distress.
We’ve heard about the importance of eating vegetables as part of a healthy diet. But did you know there are some key Canadian-grown vegetables that are particularly beneficial when you have diabetes?
Eating foods that contain protein is a key part of a healthy diet. Protein is an essential nutrient that helps to build, maintain and repair your tissues and organs. When you have diabetes, it is important to choose carefully the types of proteins you eat as some are better for you than others.
Eggs are a very healthy option for people with diabetes. They’re low in calories (one egg contains only 80 calories). Eggs are also low in fat and high in protein and full of essential vitamins and nutrients. Check out these 5 great reasons to include eggs in your diabetes diet!