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Diabetic Living magazine was launched in 2005 and is now Australia's fastest-growing health magazine. One in four Australian adults is currently affected by either type 1 or type 2 diabetes, or pre-diabetes. Diabetic Living is the only lifestyle magazine serving their needs and supporting those who care for them. The editorial content is focused on empowering readers to take charge of their health and diabetes management, and to give them the tools to live a full and active life. It is themost trusted source of day-to-day information for looking after diabetes and is widely recommended and backed by health professionals. As making changes to their diet is the first step for people living with diabetes to take to improve their lifestyle, 50 per cent of editorial content is targeted food advice and there are more than 40 original and delicious recipes in each issue. These recipes are all developed and tested by Diabetic Living's dietitian and food editor to ensure they meet the specific dietary requirements for people with diabetes. Diabetic Living is published under the Better Homes and Gardens masthead as a special interest brand extension and shares the same core values and editorial integrity as its parent magazine. Winner of the 2012 AMA - Healthy & Family category, Diabetic Living is viewed as innovative in its content with a strong brand loyalty from its readers. Continue reading >>

Subscribe Today - Diabetic Living Subscription

Subscribe Today - Diabetic Living Subscription

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. 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! 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. 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. 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. Your billing country has been automatically set Continue reading >>

Editorial Contacts: Diabetes Forecast

Editorial Contacts: Diabetes Forecast

The magazine is published each month in print and digital editions by the American Diabetes Association. All articles are reviewed by a dedicated group of volunteers who are health care professionals with clinical and/or research experience. If you have comments or questions about material in the magazine or on this website, please contact the Editors. To change an address, order a gift, or check your membership status, please contact the Customer Service department. Director of the Center for Elimination of Border Health Disparities Professor of Endocrinology and Public Health Diabetes Education and Consulting Services University of South Florida Diabetes Center Oregon Health and Science University Medical Center Oregon State University College of Pharmacy Translational Research Institute for Metabolism and Diabetes Professor, Sanford Burnham Prebys Medical Discovery Institute Diabetes Educator and Clinical Specialist Attorney, Keevican Weiss Bauerle & Hirsch LLC 2018 American Diabetes Association Board of Directors Charles A. Boettcheer II Endowed Chair in Atherosclerosis; Professor of Medicine with appointments in the Division of Endocrinology, Metabolism and Diabetes and the Division of Cardiology; Professor of Physiology and Biophysics at the University of Colorado School of Medicine Anschutz Medical Campus, and Director of the Lipid Clinic at The University of Colorado Hospital University of Colorado School of Medicine, Continue reading >>

Diabetic Living Eat Smart, Lose Wei

Diabetic Living Eat Smart, Lose Wei

Encomenda ao editor, entrega em 1 a 2 semanas Ver todas as opes e detalhes de entrega This newest addition to the Diabetic Living collection is ideal for people with diabetes who want to lose weight by learning how to eat healthfully and move more. The first part of the book features more than 100 healthful, calorie-conscious, and carb-counted recipes - from budget- friendly meals to perfectly portioned snacks - plus tips on how to conquer cravings and stay on track. The second part shows easy ways to add movement every day. Everyone will find ways to meet their weight loss goals and get fit, including how... Ver mais Mant-lo informado sobre uma baixa de preo, promoo ou oferta excepcional. Venda o seu Diabetic living eat smart, lose wei com apenas alguns cliques, Mais Informaes Diabetic living eat smart, lose wei This newest addition to the Diabetic Living collection is ideal for people with diabetes who want to lose weight by learning how to eat healthfully and move more. The first part of the book features more than 100 healthful, calorie-conscious, and carb-counted recipes - from budget- friendly meals to perfectly portioned snacks - plus tips on how to conquer cravings and stay on track. The second part shows easy ways to add movement every day. Everyone will find ways to meet their weight loss goals and get fit, including how to get started with stretching exercises tailored to specific needs. All exercises include variations so that readers will not have to buy gym equipment to complete a workout. Caractersticas detalhadasDiabetic living eat smart, lose wei Continue reading >>

Diabetics Living Longer But Medical Costs Growing Rapidly

Diabetics Living Longer But Medical Costs Growing Rapidly

Underground home was built as Cold War-era hideaway The underground house at 3970 Spencer Street is one of the valleys most unusual homes built 26 feet underground in 1978 by Girard Jerry B. Henderson, who, planned to survive the end of the world there. Lip Smacking Foodie Tours takes you where the locals go Donald Contursi talks about Lip Smacking Foodie Tours, which offers walking tours of restaurants on and off Las Vegas Boulevard with food samples and tidbits of history about the places they visit. The Justice Department said last month that it had started the process to amend federal firearms regulations to clarify that federal law defines bump stocks as machine guns. A selection of radio host Art Bells most popular shows. Longtime Las Vegas attorney John Momot dies at age 74 Criminal defense attorney John Momot, who represented mob figures and even played himself in the movie Casino, has died. David Copperfield in court after man injured during magic trick The attorney for a British man who is suing illusionist David Copperfield said his client suffered serious injuries after being called on stage during Copperfield's show at MGM Grand. 5 things connecting Las Vegas and Marilyn Monroe 1. Marilyn Monroe, known then as Norma Jeane, obtained her first divorce in Las Vegas at the age of 20 on September 13, 1946. 2. According to some biographers, Monroe lived at 604 S. 3rd Street for four months during the summer of 1946. The house has since been torn down and is now the site of a parking lot. 3. In 1954, Monroe almost married Joe DiMaggio in Las Vegas but the wedding was called off last minute. The wedding was to be held at the Hotel El Rancho Vegas which was located on the southwest corner of Sahara Avenue and Las Vegas Boulevard. 4. Las Vegas has at least one road Continue reading >>

Meet Delicious Living's New Editor In Chief!

Meet Delicious Living's New Editor In Chief!

Home > Blogs > Delicious Living Blog > Meet Delicious Living's new Editor in Chief! Meet Delicious Living's new Editor in Chief! Jessie Shafer joins our team as a long-time health journalist and registered dietitian. Jessie R. Shafer is Delicious Livings new Editor in Chief! She joins our team as a long-time health journalist and registered dietitian. Jessie has worked in many facets of publishing, and has spent the majority of that time focusing on developing recipes and writing about food, health, and nutrition. Prior to joining the team at Delicious Living, Jessie was the nutrition editor at Diabetic Living magazine, the health editor at Cuisine at Home magazine, and worked in cookbook development at G&R Publishing. Jessie has also spent many years as a nutrition freelance writer and nutrition consultant. Heres your chance to get to know Jessie better: Though I live in Colorado now, Ill always be an Iowa girl at heart, which is where I grew up. I didnt grow up on a farm, but my family has a strong farming heritage. I credit my days as a 4-H club member for learning life skills they just dont teach in college anymore: sewing, cooking, woodworking, and gardening. If only I had inherited my moms green thumb! I graduated with a degree in journalism from Northwestern University in Evanston, Illinois. After spending several years in publishing, and becoming frustrated with the lack of quality and responsible reporting in the health industry, I knew I personally needed to learn more about the body and nutrition so I could be the type of health journalist I wanted to be. Thats when I started my journey to become a registered dietitian. I attended the Didactic Program in Dietetics at Kansas State University while working full-time in publishing. After completing the program, Continue reading >>

Diabetic Living Picks Up Gong At 2014 Australian Magazine Awards

Diabetic Living Picks Up Gong At 2014 Australian Magazine Awards

Diabetic Living Picks Up Gong At 2014 Australian Magazine Awards Pacific Magazines title Diabetic Living has taken out the award forbest Health and Family magazine at the 2014 Australian Magazine Awards. This is the second time the health magazine has won the accolade. The magazine brand is reaching consumers via social media, digital editions and online, ensuring expert information is accessible at anytime, on any device for people wanting the latest in health, food and diabetes information. Diabetic Living is ideal for health, food and lifestyle advertisers looking to reach a highly motivated market who are looking for ways to improve their health outcomes, says Donna Hodges, Pacific Magazines sales director of home titles. Diabetic Living has404,000 readers for every issue, almost 30% larger than its nearest competitor. Diabetic Living is the most read magazine in the health category and is the only consumer media brand to serve households managing diabetes and pre-diabetes. Mara Lee, editor of Diabetic Living said: Each day, 280 people in Australia develop diabetes. We are there for them. Diabetic Living has wide appeal for the millions of Australians who want to adopt a healthier lifestyle. Our circulation and readership increases over the years leave us in no doubt that Diabetic Living is addressing the needs of this growing audience. Continue reading >>

Diabetic Living Quick & Easy Meals /[editor, Kelly Rawlings]. National Library

Diabetic Living Quick & Easy Meals /[editor, Kelly Rawlings]. National Library

"A better homes and gardens book"--Cover. "Delicious meals in minutes the whole family will enjoy. Eat right for diabetes and get dinner on the table fast with this photo-filled collection of easy, everyday meals from Diabetic Living--the only lifestyle magazine for individuals living with diabetes. These fast-fix recipes--low in fat, carb-smart, and made with nutrient-rich ingredients--make it easy to put healthy meals on the table every night of the week. Enjoy mouthwatering main dishes, such as Pesto Turkey Burgers, Mediterranean Tostadas, and Pork Chops Primavera. You'll find the most current information on the best foods to choose in an eating plan and lots of timesaving tips for making healthy meals in a snap. Includes 120 fresh and tasty recipes with a color photo of every recipe. Every recipe for breakfast, sandwiches, soups and stews, entrees, salads, and sides is ready in 30 minutes or less. Special slow-cooker and dessert chapters featuring recipes that require only 20 minutes or less of prep time. Recipes highlight total grams of carbohydrate per serving and provide full nutrition information. Clear serving-size icons make it easy to see the satisfying portion sizes. With Diabetic Living Quick & Easy Diabetic Meals, fast, fresh food is never far away!"-- "With Diabetic Living Quick & Easy Meals, fast, fresh food is never more than a half-hour away"-- Continue reading >>

About Us | Diabetic Living Online

About Us | Diabetic Living Online

Nicolas B. Argento, M.D., PWD type 1, is the diabetes technology and electronic medical records director and a senior partner at Maryland Endocrine, PA. He is the diabetes program medical adviser for Howard County General Hospital. Dr. Argento is a Diabetic Living Magazine Editorial Advisory Board member. Jane M. Burnett, R.D., L.D., is a registered dietitian and recipe developer forDiabetic Livingmagazine. Helping PWDs prepare great-tasting, real-life food is her passion. She brings practical and creative solutions to the dinner table--stemming from a food and nutrition career in corporate and health care settings. Connie Crawley, M.S., R.D., L.D., is a nutrition and health specialist for the University of Georgia Cooperative Extension Service in Athens, specializing in diabetes and weight loss. Connie is a member of the American Dietetic Association Diabetes Care and Education practice group. Ms. Crawley is a Diabetic Living Magazine Editorial Advisory Board member. Joanne Gallivan, M.S., R.D., is executive director of the National Diabetes Education Program at the National Institutes of Health. Joanne is a member of the American Dietetic Association Diabetes Care and Education practice group. Ms. Gallivan is a Diabetic Living Magazine Editorial Advisory Board member. Marty Irons, R.Ph., CDE, practices at a community pharmacy and also served in industry and the military. He also presents at diabetes education classes and is an author. Dr. Irons is a Diabetic Living Magazine Editorial Advisory Board member. Michael Riddell, Ph.D., PWD type 1, is associate professor at the School of Kinesiology & Health Science and Muscle Health Research Centre at York University in Toronto and director of the York University sports camp for teens with diabetes. Dr. Riddell is a Diabet Continue reading >>

People With Type 1 Diabetes Are Living Longer

People With Type 1 Diabetes Are Living Longer

Better blood sugar control may be the key to longer survival Ninety years ago, type 1 diabetes was a death sentence: half of people who developed it died within two years; more than 90% were dead within five years. Thanks to the introduction of insulin therapy in 1922, and numerous advances since then, many people with type 1 diabetes now live into their 50s and beyond. But survival in this group still falls short of that among people without diabetes. A Scottish study published this week in JAMA shows that at the age of 20, individuals with type 1 diabetes on average lived 12 fewer years than 20-year-olds without it. A second study in the same issue of JAMA showed that people with type 1 diabetes with better blood sugar control lived longer than those with poorer blood sugar control. Types of diabetes There are three main types of diabetes: Type 1 diabetes is an autoimmune disease. The immune system mistakenly attacks and destroys cells in the pancreas that make insulin. This usually happens before age 20. Insulin is needed to get blood sugar (glucose) into cells for energy. Without insulin, glucose builds up in the bloodstream. This damages cells and tissues throughout the body. People who develop type 1 diabetes need to take insulin via shots or a pump for life. Type 2 diabetes tends to occur later in life, usually among individuals who are overweight or inactive. It accounts for about 90% of all diabetes. People with type 2 diabetes often make enough insulin, at least at first, but their cells don’t respond to it. As with type 1 diabetes, glucose builds up in the bloodstream, damaging cells and tissues throughout the body. Type 2 diabetes is initially treated with lifestyle changes such as weight loss, more exercise, and a healthier diet. Medications that make the Continue reading >>

The Best Diabetes Blogs Of The Year

The Best Diabetes Blogs Of The Year

We’ve carefully selected these blogs because they are actively working to educate, inspire, and empower their readers with frequent updates and high-quality information. If you would like to tell us about a blog, nominate them by emailing us at [email protected]! Diabetes is one of the largest health issues facing Americans today. More than 29 million adults in the U.S. have diabetes — and almost one quarter of them don’t know they have it. A further 86 million adults in the U.S. have prediabetes, a condition which increases your risk of developing type 2 diabetes. A whopping 90 percent of these people are unaware of that, too. Both forms of diabetes — type 1 and type 2 — are chronic conditions, meaning they require a lifetime of careful treatment to be properly managed. If left untreated or improperly managed, diabetes can cause serious health complications. For those living with diabetes, the condition can be isolating and take up a significant amount of time as well as mental and emotional energy. Staying on top of your treatments can also be challenging, as everyday things can make a big impact on blood glucose readings, and treatment options are always changing. That’s why we’ve rounded up the best diabetes blogs out there. Whether you’re looking for recipes, resources, treatment options, or simple tips for living well, you’re sure to find something here for you. Diabetes Self-Management Blog Diabetes Self-Management has provided health information to the diabetes community for over 35 years. Their companion blog rounds up tips and info from both healthcare professionals and people living with diabetes. Posts range from hard-hitting news to tips and information you can use, like busting myths about grain. There are also personal stories, to Continue reading >>

Diabetic Living: Diabetes Meals By The Plate By Diabetic Living Editors (paperback, 2014)

Diabetic Living: Diabetes Meals By The Plate By Diabetic Living Editors (paperback, 2014)

Diabetic Living: Diabetes Meals by the Plate by Diabetic Living Editors (Paperback, 2014) The lowest-priced brand-new, unused, unopened, undamaged item in its original packaging (where packaging is applicable).Packaging should be the same as what is found in a retail store, unless the item is handmade or was packaged by the manufacturer in non-retail packaging, such as an unprinted box or plastic bag.See details for additional description. Get it by Thu, Jun 28 - Fri, Jul 6 from Gardena, California Sold by strawberrysales ( 7065 )99.8% Positive feedback Contact seller Current slide {CURRENT_SLIDE} of {TOTAL_SLIDES}- Top picked items An easy, graphic guide to planning delicious, diabetes-friendly meals, this graphic cookbook offers an easy and flavorful way to build complete meals that are diabetes-friendly and delicious. Sidestepping complex programs that turn meal-planning into work, the 90 complete meals in Diabetes Meals by the Plate follow the Plate Method - a simple approach to eating the right foods in proper amounts by filling your plate with one half nonstarchy vegetables, one quarter protein, and one quarter starch. A clever photo style showing every meal in its three components makes it easy to enjoy perfectly portioned plates of Balsamic Roasted Chicken and Vegetables with Garlic Toast, or Horseradish BBQ-Topped Mini Meat Loaves with Chopped Romaine Salad. All meals are 500 calories or less. Two "extras" chapters help you add in simple sides and desserts. Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Publishing Company Continue reading >>

Meredith Sr Editor/diabetic Living Magazine Job In Des Moines, Ia, United States | Velvet Jobs

Meredith Sr Editor/diabetic Living Magazine Job In Des Moines, Ia, United States | Velvet Jobs

Sign up with Facebook Sign up with LinkedIn Diabetic Living, a Better Homes and Gardens brand and a leading consumer-facing media source for people with diabetes, is looking for a dynamic Senior Editor to take the brand to the next level. In addition to serving as editor of the flagship quarterly magazine (rate base 500,000), the Senior Editor oversees a portfolio that includes six bookazines, a robust website and social media presence, and marketing partnerships. The ideal candidate brings to the position extensive health/food/nutrition journalism experience, management abilities, and a solid understanding of cross-platform consumer engagement. Key responsibilities include conceptualizing of content, writing stories, and overseeing the selection, development, evaluation and photography of recipes for the Diabetic Living brand. Our Senior Editor identifies and articulates long-term content vision; translates long-term vision into measurable goals; clearly communicates challenging and realistic expectations; and encourages others to go in the desired direction.Essential Job Functions75% Provide editorial direction on Diabetic Living magazine, including story research, recipe selection, writing, editing, and fact checking. Meet M&A budget & key Content Center deadlines for all issues. Develop yearlong plans for Diabetic Living-branded magazines, along with CMRs, folders, schedules, and budgets. Update plan and communicate changes to Editorial Director periodically. Collaborate with art staff on all lifestyle and food photography. Work closely with Editorial Director to write compelling sell lines for all DL covers. Maintain a strong relationship with all advisory board members to make sure the high editorial standards for Diabetic Living are met. Oversee Diabetic Living' Continue reading >>

Diabetes Meals By The Plate

Diabetes Meals By The Plate

0 Reviews An easy, graphic guide to planning delicious, diabetes-friendly mealsThis innovative, graphic cookbook offers the easiest and most flavorful way to build complete meals that are diabetes-friendly and delicious. Sidestepping complex programs that turn meal-planning into work, the 90 complete meals inDiabetes Meals by the Plate follow the Plate Methoda simple approach to eating the right foods in proper amounts by filling your plate with one half nonstarchy vegetables, one quarter protein, and one quarter starch. A clever photo style showing every meal in its three components makes it easy to enjoy perfectly portioned plates of Balsamic Roasted Chicken and Vegetables with Garlic Toast, or Horseradish BBQ-Topped Mini Meat Loaves with Chopped Romaine Salad. All meals are 500 calories or less. Two extras chapters help you add in simple sides and desserts. We haven't found any reviews in the usual places. 12 Plate Nonstarchy 14 Plate Protein 14 Plate Starch 14 teaspoon 14 teaspoon black 14 teaspoonsalt 20 minutes 3.5 lean meat beans beef black pepper carrots cheese chile pepper cloves garlic Cook and stir cooking spray crushed red pepper cup chopped Divide among plates Drizzle evenly Exchanges fat 1 g four serving plates g carb g fiber g sat g SERVINGS g sugars g total fat garlic green onions halved large bowl Meal Total medium bowl medium heat mg chol mg sodium minced minutes COOK mixture mushrooms Nonstick cooking spray olive oil ounces PERSERVING Plate Nonstarchy Veggies pork potatoes Preheat oven PREP 15 minutes PREP 20 reduce heat Roast salt sauce saucepan shredded skillet spinach Spoon Sprinkle starch Starch or Grain steak sweet pepper tablespoon olive oil tablespoons tablespoons snipped fresh teaspoon black pepper thinly sliced tomatoes toss to coat Total pe

Mara Lee Appointed As Editor, Diabetic Living

Mara Lee Appointed As Editor, Diabetic Living

Home > News > Mara Lee appointed as Editor, Diabetic Living Mara Lee appointed as Editor, Diabetic Living Pacific Magazines today announced the appointment of Mara Lee as editor, Diabetic Living . Karen Deveson, Publisher, comments, Maras reputation, insight and wealth of magazine and broader media experience will bring new opportunities to the Diabetic Living brand. Were thrilled to have her on board at Diabetic Living as we set the right foundation for continued market growth. Mara Lee joins from Family Circle , where she held the position of editor. Mara has had over 20 years of publishing experience, including editorships at Bride to Be and Practical Parenting . Mara was also a regular commentator on health and parenting issues on morning television shows, including Mornings with Kerrie-Anne, Sunrise and The Morning Show. She has also published two successful parenting books. Mara adds; Being diagnosed with diabetes turns your world upside down. Diabetic Living is there to help set this new world to rights. Im immensely proud to head up the team of experts at Diabetic Living to help make life happier, healthier and easier for the 1-million-plus Australians currently living with diabetes. Maras appointment is effective as from the 9th of April, 2014. Continue reading >>

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