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Who has higher blood sugars after two hours pp than before?

Is it because of low carb, and high fat and protein? Do you go ahead and have a snack if you're hungry even though your BG isn't down at yo…

Started by carolyne hart in Type 1 Diabetes Forum

1 Sep 1, 2009
Reply by Gerri

Is a low-carb diet a must?

For the past 7+ years since my diagnosis, I've been trying to get my carb counting and insulin/carb ratios down so that I can control my BG…

Started by Janet in Diabetes Recipes, Eating Habits and Foods

141 Sep 1, 2009
Reply by Tom Goffe

Vote for iPump and Help them Win $10,000

As you may know, iPump is the only nonprofit in the U.S. that takes donated insulin pumps and has them recertified by the manufacturer and…

Started by Manny Hernandez in Insulin Pump Users Forum

9 Sep 1, 2009
Reply by Carol

Crop out Diabetes 2010 (Online crop addition for 2010)

Crop out Diabetes is an all day scrapbooking event with all proceeds benefitting the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation. What you can e…

Started by Sara in Type 1 Diabetes Forum

0 Sep 1, 2009

Neonatal Diabetes

Hi I am Karina and Mum to Sarah who was born with a rare condition of "born without a pancreas" Sarah was born at 31 weeks weighing 735gr…

Started by karina in New to Diabetes?

11 Sep 1, 2009
Reply by Teena

Cataract Surgery May Be Bad News for Diabetics

A recent study published in the journal Ophthalmology showed a link between cataract surgery and diabetic retinopathy, a condition where th…

Started by Christopher Frankie in General Diabetes Topics and Pre-Diabetes

4 Aug 31, 2009
Reply by Christopher Frankie

BOOK REVIEW - Eat To Beat Diabetes - meals low in carbs/fats and tasty to boot!!!

I just did a book review about this great Readers Digest cookbook for diabetics wanting to eat healthy and low carb. It actually is such a…

Started by FatCatAnna in Diabetes Recipes, Eating Habits and Foods

1 Aug 31, 2009
Reply by fauna

Whole Grains Lowers Diabetes Risk

Incorporating whole grains into one’s diet can lower the risk of diabetes, heart disease, stroke, some forms of cancer, and can help with w…

Started by Christopher Frankie in Diabetes Recipes, Eating Habits and Foods

2 Aug 31, 2009
Reply by Christopher Frankie

Dispelling Myths About Diabetes

Many people with diabetes and healthcare professionals believe common myths about the disease to the detriment of themselves and others. A…

Started by Christopher Frankie in General Diabetes Topics and Pre-Diabetes

2 Aug 31, 2009
Reply by Christopher Frankie

Confession: Diabetes is a great excuse for...

not eating out - especially if I am reasonably sure that I probably won't care for the menu. Ever try and figure out the carbs in a vegetar…

Started by Tom Goffe in New to Diabetes?

3 Aug 31, 2009
Reply by teR.

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