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Your 5-week Diabetic Diet Meal Plan

Your 5-week Diabetic Diet Meal Plan

The Outsmart Diabetes Diet is based on new research that found four specific nutrients—fiber, vitamin D, omega-3s, and calcium—work together to help balance blood sugar and encourage weight loss. Build your daily diabetic diet meal plan by choosing one breakfast, one lunch and one dinner, plus two snacks—any combination gets you approximately 1,400 calories a day and a healthy dose of the "Fat-Fighting 4." Remember to eat about every 3 hours and practice portion control. Prevention Premium: What Every Woman Knows About Erectile Dysfunction Follow this mix and match diabetic diet meal plan—adapted from The Outsmart Diabetes Diet—for the next five weeks to help fight fat, maintain healthy blood sugar levels, boost energy, and reduce your diabetes risk. BREAKFAST Fruity bagel breakfast: Spread 1 Tbsp light cream cheese and 1 tsp 100% fruit spread on ½ of a whole grain bagel. Serve with 1 c fat-free milk. Crunchy yogurt: Combine 6 oz fat-free light yogurt, ¼ c granola cereal, 1 Tbsp ground flax seed, and 1 Tbsp chopped nuts. Add ground cinnamon and/or sugar substitute to taste. Eggs and English muffin: Scramble 1 egg in a pan coated with 1 tsp canola or olive oil; top with ¼ c chopped tomato, onion, and chile salsa. Serve with toasted 100% whole grain English muffin, spread with 2 Tbsp low-fat (1%) cottage cheese, and 1 c fat-free milk. Instead of scrambled eggs, try poaching an egg: Good Morning Blend: Stir together 6 ounces fat-free yogurt, 2 Tbsp dried mixed fruit, 2 Tbsp ground flax seed and 2 Tbsp chopped almonds, walnuts, or pecans. Nutty Oatmeal: Top ½ c cooked oatmeal with ¼ c walnuts or other nuts; add ground cinnamon and/or sugar substitute to taste. Serve with 1 c fat-free milk or calcium-enriched soy or rice beverage. Bagel and cream cheese: Sprea Continue reading >>

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Subscribe Today - Diabetic Living Subscription

Digital subscriptions are available to download on Apple and Android devices. Once youve subscribed, we will send you full step-by-step instructions in your confirmation email detailing how to download and access your digital subscription. As each new issue is published it will then appear automatically on your device meaning you can simply sit back, relax and enjoy! The delivery date of your first issue will be confirmed via email. Delivery times vary by location, due to Australia Post mailing times. Digital subscriptions are available to download on Apple and Android devices. Once youve subscribed, we will send you full step-by-step instructions in your confirmation email detailing how to download and access your digital subscription. As each new issue is published it will then appear automatically on your device meaning you can simply sit back, relax and enjoy! The delivery date of your first issue will be confirmed via email. Delivery times vary by location, due to Australia Post mailing times. Eat better, feel better, live better with Diabetic Living, Australia's only lifestyle magazine for people with diabetes.Each issue delivers an abundance of useful health information, tantalising recipes, services and advances in diabetes health. FREE $30 Edible Blooms Gift Voucher* with every purchase. Spoil mum with her favourite mag and a beautiful bouquet of chocolates from Edible Blooms! Offer for Australian delivery only, whilst stocks last. For full terms and conditions click here Eat better, feel better, live better with Diabetic Living, Australia's only lifestyle magazine for people with diabetes.Each issue delivers an abundance of useful health information, tantalising recipes, services and advances in diabetes health. FREE $30 Edible Blooms Gift Voucher* with every Continue reading >>

Gluten-free Diets May Raise Your Risk Of Type 2 Diabetes, Study Says

Gluten-free Diets May Raise Your Risk Of Type 2 Diabetes, Study Says

Raise a toast: It may be time to cast off the shackles of gluten-free diets once and for all. Research from the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health suggests that abstaining from gluten, a protein found in many grains, may actually increase your risk of chronic disease, particularly type 2 diabetes. A 30-year observational analysis of almost 200,000 people suggests that gluten devotees develop type 2 diabetes less often than occasional consumers, so long as intake does not exceed 12 grams per day. The research also shows gluten-phobes tend to eat less cereal fiber, a type of fiber found in bran, barley, and other whole grains thats known to guard against type 2 diabetes. When also accounting for cereal fiber, the top 20 percent of gluten eatersthe cream of the wheat, if you willhave an estimated 13 percent lower risk of type 2 diabetes than those on the bottom of the spectrum, the study says. While those with Celiac disease or diagnosed gluten sensitivity should of course abstain, Harvards Geng Zong says those who eat gluten-free foods as a lifestyle choice may want to think twice. Gluten-free foods often have less dietary fiber and other micronutrients, making them less nutritious and they also tend to cost more, Zong says. People without Celiac disease may reconsider limiting their gluten intake for chronic disease prevention, especially for diabetes. While the findingswhich were presented at the American Heart Associations Epidemiology and Prevention/Lifestyle and Cardiometabolic Health 2017 Scientific Sessionsare exciting for all the bread fans out there, they do come with a few caveats. First, the study was observational, meaning its results are based on behaviors reported in subjects food-frequency questionnairesnot those seen in a controlled research enviro Continue reading >>

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Our editorial staff is dedicated to providing the most informative and helpful diabetes-related resources possible. The following free newsletters and email dispatches will keep you informed, up-to-date, and well-prepared for a healthful (and delicious) life with diabetes. Sign up below to receive wonderful recipes, engaging articles, helpful and healthful tips, critically important news and more. What you will not receive is junk mail, because we don’t share your information with anyone. Ever. Depending on the mailing list you subscribe to, you will receive the next edition sent. For The Daily Diabetic Recipe, expect to see it within 24-hours. For The Diabetic Newsletter, expect it within 2 weeks. Our contest alert only goes out when we have a contest available, so there is no set time frame. Thanks – we hope you sign up and enjoy your subscription. To remove yourself from a mailing list, just use the link provided in the email you receive. If you register for a Free Membership, then you will be able to manage your subscriptions and take advantage of all the features, tools and freebies we offer. Continue reading >>

Free Subscription To Diabetic Living Magazine

Free Subscription To Diabetic Living Magazine

Get a FREE Subscription to Diabetic Living Magazine! *This offer is back in stock again! Get a FREE Subscription to Diabetic Living Magazine! You can get lots of FREE Magazines from the links below: • FREE Magazine Subscriptions • FREE Subscription to Harper’s Bazaar, Town & Country, O The Oprah Magazine and More! • FREE Magazine Subscriptions Of Your Choice • HOT FREE Popular Magazine Subscriptions Of Your Choice From RB You can Also Follow Us On Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest and Google+ for 24 hour freebie updates and more! Continue reading >>

Magazines | Store From The American Diabetes Association

Magazines | Store From The American Diabetes Association

Clinical Diabetesprovides primary care physicians and other health care professionals with information on advances and state-of-the-art care for people with diabetes.Each issue contains one or more feature articles on the latest trends and innovations in diabetes care and treatment, as well as mini-reviews of landmark studies, practical treatment pointers, and best practices related to diabetes care. Continue reading >>

Healthy Diabetic Recipes

Healthy Diabetic Recipes

Find healthy, delicious diabetic recipes including main dishes, drinks, snacks and desserts from the food and nutrition experts at EatingWell. Of all the vegetables in the supermarket, cabbage gives you some of the best value for your dollar. It's inexpensive and low in calories, but packed with nutritional benefits (vitamin C, fiber, cancer-fighting phytochemicals). This easy vegetable side dish gets a boost of flavor from shallot, caraway seeds and a delicious finish of crisp bacon. This good-for-your-gut-health food gets super-silky when slowly cooked in the oven. Serve these flavorful braised leeks with roast chicken or fish. 1 1 This simple snack provides the energy you need when you start to drag. Protein-rich Greek yogurt and sweet strawberries make for a super-simple and satisfying snack. Roasting vegetables and salmon together on one sheet pan while the rice cooks makes an easy, satisfying meal packed with protein, whole grains and veggies. To ensure that you're getting 100 percent whole grains, look for a wild rice blend that consists of wild and brown rice. Blitzed cauliflower gives this very easy vegan soup recipe its creamy taste without adding any dairy. To get the silkiest texture, puree the soup in a blender rather than using an immersion blender. Make guacamole at home that tastes just like it came from Chipotle--but don't worry, our version won't be "extra"! This deliciously fresh guac is perfect for topping burrito bowls or tacos, or serve as an appetizer or healthy snack with tortilla chips and veggies. 1 ADVERTISEMENT Mashed avocado and white beans make for a fiber-rich and creamy topping, the perfect partner for a crispy slice of toast. Try it for a quick breakfast or snack. Potatoes were first to benefit from the Hasselback techinique--making thin Continue reading >>

Diabetes Free India ( Magazine)

Diabetes Free India ( Magazine)

Dear Friends, We all are fighting against diabetes some where in the world, as you konwDiabetes is fast gaining the status of a potential epidemic in India with more than 69.1 million diabetic individuals currently diagnosed with the disease The United World Against Diabetes is launching its pioneer magazine Diabetes Free India on 2nd week of April, 2016. This magazine shall be devoted to raise issues concerning Diabetes which has spread like epidemic. India is Diabetic capital of the World. We are coming up with Indias premium magazine one of the best in its segments focusing on Diabetes, its complications, prevention & cure which are every day concern of the people with this disease. We would be obliged in case a memorandum / message for the occasion from the office of your Honour is issued to us. It will be an encouraging endeavor for us in case we get an advice from Your Honour in our mission. Please write your best wishes message for this upcoming magazine on your letter head send us scan copy at [email protected] Thanking to all my friends those who already send us their letter of well wishing from around the world. Thanking you, with regards. Santosh Kumar Bagla President Global, United World Against Diabetes, Y-14/A, Green Park Main, New Delhi, - 110016 INDIA Mobile- +917276161511 Tel. No. +91-11-26566158, Fax. No. +91-11-26513774 FollowFollowingUnfollowUNITED WORLD AGAINST DIABETES Continue reading >>

Reversing Diabetes

Reversing Diabetes

The soaring rate of sugar disease comes with a brutal price tag: lives, limbs, poor health and high hospital bills. Celeste McGovern looks at evidence-based ways to put the epidemic in reverse It has been called "the biggest epidemic of the 21st century."1 If you don't have diabetes or know someone with it now, it's likely you eventually will. The prevalence of diabetes, now affecting more than 420 million people across the globe,2 has quadrupled in the past 20 years and continues to soar. It is expected that one person in 10—or 642 million—will be diagnosed with diabetes by 2040. Your body and brain ordinarily run on sugar as fuel for all of their functions, but too much sugar in the bloodstream can be damaging—even fatal. In both forms of diabetes, type 1 and type 2, decreased insulin results in symptoms including increased thirst, frequent urination, weight change, fatigue and blurry vision, among others. But those living with a diabetes diagnosis and its symptoms do not need to feel overwhelmed and afraid of their disease forever. The 20 million Americans with a diabetes diagnosis (and the millions more estimated to have pre-diabetes or undiagnosed diabetes) can take control of their condition. Many type 2 diabetics are living proof that the disease can be reversed, sometimes in under 30 days, and type 1 diabetics are able to dramatically reduce their insulin dependence and cut their risks. In fact, a rare few have even challenged the orthodox medical view that being free of insulin altogether is impossible (see box, page 35). To take control of your blood sugar and put your diabetes in the back seat, here are the top five factors to consider. Your weight Despite all the diabetes diets and conflicting information—eat carbs, don't eat carbs, eat fats, eat zer Continue reading >>

How Fat Grizzly Bears Stay Diabetes-free

How Fat Grizzly Bears Stay Diabetes-free

Every fall, grizzly bears pack on the pounds in preparation for their winter hibernation. In humans, such extreme weight gain would likely lead to diabetes or other metabolic diseases, but the bears manage to stay healthy year after year. Their ability to remain diabetes-free, researchers have now discovered, can be chalked up to the shutting down of a protein found in fat cells. The discovery could lead to new diabetes drugs that turn off the same pathway in humans. The findings are “provocative and interesting,” says biologist Sandy Martin of the University of Colorado, Denver, who was not involved in the new work. “They found a natural solution to a problem that we haven’t been able to solve.” As people gain weight, fat, liver, and muscle cells typically become less sensitive to the hormone insulin—which normally helps control blood sugar levels—and insulin levels rise. In turn, that increased insulin prevents the breakdown of fat cells, causing a vicious cycle that can lead to full-blown insulin resistance, or diabetes. Get more great content like this delivered right to you! By signing up, you agree to share your email address with the publication. Information provided here is subject to Science's privacy policy. Developing new diabetes drugs has been hampered by the fact that findings from many mouse models of diabetes have not translated to humans. So Kevin Corbit, a senior scientist at Thousand Oaks, California–based drug company Amgen, decided to start looking at obesity and metabolic disease in other animals. “When I was thinking about things that are quite fat, one of the first things I thought of was bears, and what they do to prepare to go into hibernation,” he says. “But of course you don’t see bears running around with diabetes and Continue reading >>

Free Copies Of Walgreens Diabetes & You Magazine Are Now Available In Allstores

Free Copies Of Walgreens Diabetes & You Magazine Are Now Available In Allstores

PRESS RELEASE / ANNOUNCEMENTS Originally published 4:12 p.m., November 10, 2013 Updated 4:12 p.m., November 7, 2013 Free copies of Walgreens Diabetes & You magazine are now available in allstores November is American Diabetes Month, and free copies of the award-winning Walgreens Diabetes & You magazine are now available at over 8,000 Walgreens locations across the country, as well as online at walgreensdiabetes.com. November is American Diabetes Month, and free copies of the award-winning Walgreens Diabetes & You magazine are now available at over 8,000 Walgreens locations across the country, as well as online atwalgreensdiabetes.com. Walgreens Diabetes & Yous feature article is on hip hop legend Joseph Ward Simmons, who was the lead vocalist for the rap originators Run-D.M.C. Now known as Rev Run, Simmons is an ordained minister famous for spreading positive messages via twitter on the importance of leading a happy, healthylifestyle. Our recipes from Betty Crocker Kitchens offers the perfect dishes for your holiday meals, including Mint-Wine Lamb Chops, Gluten- Free Harvest Pumpkin Spice Bars, Holiday Salad with Parmesan Fans and Artichoke-SpinachLasagna. Visit walgreensdiabetes.com for a full archive of all quarterly magazines from 2012-2013, a link directing you to our Mobile Apps for easy viewing wherever you are, as well as many other excitingfeatures. Be succinct, constructive, and relevant to the story. Leaving a comment means you agree to our Discussion Guidelines . We like civilized discourse. We don't like spam, lying, profanity, harassment or personal attacks. Continue reading >>

Diabetes Magazines

Diabetes Magazines

The Internet is such a vast and fast way to keep up with diabetes developments that we might be tempted to ignore traditional media. That would be our loss, because, in particular, magazines about diabetes offer a wide range of news and views. While the Internet has a lot more Web sites and mailing lists about diabetes that there are magazines and journals in print, printed periodicals about diabetes contain a huge number of articles. In fact, there are probably many more such publications than most of us would imagine, especially when we include all the newsletters that are essentially the same as magazines. The top 3 magazines. In 1999, Michael Reynolds, the general manager of the now defunct DiabetesWebSite.com, asked me to compile the first comprehensive directory of these publications. Including those that have subsequently appeared, I have found a total of 65. Of these, 34 are journals written primarily for a professional audience. That leaves 31 magazines written for people with diabetes, of which five are published in other countries and 26 in the United States. I doubt if anybody subscribes to all 26 of these magazines. I know that I have read no more than 22 of them myself. In fact, few of these publications are worth the time even of people like me who want to know everything new in the field. If you diligently looked, you could find articles that I wrote in nine of these magazines. The three with the biggest circulations are: Diabetes Self-Management comes across as being much more serious—a prim and proper old lady compared with the other top two magazines. It also seems to completely ignore the online diabetes community and is the only one of the top magazines that hasn’t published any of my articles. Published bimonthly by R.A. Rapaport Publishing Inc Continue reading >>

Free Diabetes Magazines!

Free Diabetes Magazines!

Take advantage of our online archive of Costco’s Healthy Living With Diabetes magazines today! Each issue is packed with Diabetes and health-related information, along with healthy recipes that we’re sure your family and friends will love. All the magazines from 2012 onward can be found in the magazine archives section. Note that the magazines published in 2012 and 2013 can be downloaded for offline viewing at any time. Simply view the magazine in your browser, then click on the PDF button at the top of the viewer. For your convenience, we’re listing them all below, from 2012 to 2015: Continue reading >>

Free Program Helps Prevent Diabetes

Free Program Helps Prevent Diabetes

Issue:November 2016, Posted Date:11/15/2016 An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure, especially when it comes to diabetes. Thats why Essentia Health is working with its community partners to offer a free diabetes prevention program in eight Northland communities. The year-long program is open to anyone, not just Essentia patients. The Diabetes Prevention Program was developed by the federal Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). It offers education and support to people who have prediabetes or who are at high risk for prediabetes. Prediabetes means your blood-sugar levels are higher than normal but not yet high enough to be diabetes. A person with prediabetes can delay or prevent type 2 diabetes by making simple lifestyle changes, explains Michael Christensen, a registered clinical exercise physiologist who has taught the program for two years and works in Cardiac Rehabilitation at Essentia Health-St. Marys Hospital in Superior. Christensen explains the program has two simple goals: lose 5 to 7 percent of your weight and get 150 minutes of exercise a week. You learn how to make adjustments in your diet and slowly increase your physical activity, he says. The program also addresses stress, heart health and ways to take charge of your thoughts. Eating a healthier diet and getting moderate exercise leads to weight loss, which is key to preventing diabetes. Christensen often sees people lose 20 to 30 pounds and says four women in one class helped each other lose a total of 135 pounds. CDC research shows people with pre-diabetes who take part in a structured lifestyle change program can cut their risk of developing type 2 diabetes by 58 percent. Its even greater 71 percent -- for people over age 60. To meet the weigh-loss goal, someone who weighs 200 poun Continue reading >>

Check This Out Fall Issue Of Free Walgreens Diab... | Diabetic Connect

Check This Out Fall Issue Of Free Walgreens Diab... | Diabetic Connect

Check this Out! Fall issue of FREE Walgreens Diabetes & You magazine now available By RbcH Latest Reply2013-07-31 12:18:23 -0500 My name is Rebecca, I am an editorial intern for Walgreens 'Diabetes and You' magazine, and I wanted to share with you a link to the online version of the most recent issue of our award-winning magazine. Click here or pick up your free copy at your local Walgreens. This issue features gourmet, vegetarian recipes from the Culinary Institute of America, including the Stuffed Eggplant Parcels with Red Chile Salsa on the cover, as well as Zucchini-Mushroom Griddlecakes and Chilled Beet and Fennel Soup. The feature article is on Golden Globe- and Emmy- nominated actress Elizabeth Perkins, who is probably best known for her role as Celia Hodes in the Showtime series Weeds. When Elizabeth was in the middle of shooting the first season of Weeds eight years ago, she suddenly found herself on the other side of the camera: as director of her new life with type 1 diabetes. Elizabeth recently co-produced and starred in a documentary called Strength in Numbers, which focuses on the people who support family or friends who have diabetes. Our article from the Joslin Diabetes Center in Boston, Caregivers: Key Members of your Diabetes Team, also focuses on the important theme of helping people with diabetes get the support they need. To learn more about Walgreens Diabetes & You, or to see previous issues online, go to walgreens.com/diabetesandyou Continue reading >>

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