Celebrate spring with this colorful, easy and filling (yes, filling!) Mexican salad from joyfulhealthyeats.com! Servings: 4 Ingredients: For the Salad: 1 lb. boneless skinless chicken breast ½ teaspoon smoked paprika ½ teaspoon garlic powder ½ teaspoon ground cumin ½ teaspoon
1. No, It Probably Isn’t a Mistake When first diagnosed, many people find it difficult to believe. They think it must be a terrible mistake, believing that perhaps another test is needed or thinking maybe it will just go away. This is a very natural response to the shock of receiving the diagnosis.
Most people who have lived with diabetes for awhile know how important it is to have your A1c checked routinely, but there are several other "regularly scheduled maintenance" checkups Dr. Edelman recommends to help protect you against complications down the road.
It’s time to face the facts people, living with diabetes can be VERY overwhelming and that’s nothing new to all of you out there living day in and day out with type 1 and type 2. Right? RIGHT! So, with that being said, it’s pretty common to experience difficult emotions and when you have those di
You may never have heard their names before, but they’re out there and they’re dominating in almost every sport: basketball, football, surfing, car racing, Olympic snowboarding, Taekwon-Do and even ballet. Sean Busby, Zippora Karz, Charlie Kimball and Missy Foy are just a few professional athletes l
Mark your calendar for TCOYD's 2nd annual weekend-long conference & retreat...ONE! It's happening August 17-19, 2018 in San Diego, CA. We have an incredible line up of nationally recognized guest speakers, and here's the best part - most of them have type 1 diabetes themselves, so they GET IT!
What the heck are cure-based therapies? Well, the AP is not a cure but a darned good form of therapy that will bridge the gap until there is a cure. This talk will focus on the area of research that is going for the gold…a real cure…from prevention for our loved ones who have tested positive with di
You can’t stop the waves of fluctuating blood glucose levels but you can learn to surf. For those considering or already using Continuous Glucose Monitoring, this talk is for you. Dr. Stephen Ponder, a pediatric endocrinologist and a type 1 himself, takes you beyond the basics and shows you a better
The practice of bolusing for just carbs is plain wrong. Yep, we said it! You may not realize that proteins and fats also raise your glucose values but at different rates. Howard will explain to us how different nutrients affect our glucose values and more importantly, how to bolus for them.
What is the best way to know what your average blood glucose has been over the past few months? It is not the A1c test! The A1c test has many faults and, of course, the time in range, glycemic variability, and other measurements for glycemic control are of greater value to those of us with type 1. I