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5 April, 2021 By Michelle McAdmin
Why It’s Important To Check Your Blood Sugar Levels

Once you receive a diagnosis that you have diabetes, you will quickly get an education about blood sugar levels, how they impact your condition, and how to keep them at a healthy and optimal level. You will also learn that managing your diabetes requires thoughtfulness, planning, and a commitment to living a lifestyle that will […]

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22 March, 2021 By Michelle McAdmin
How to Check Blood Sugar Without a Meter

If you have diabetes, you have a lot of responsibilities when it comes to maintaining your health. You need to be thoughtful about what you eat and drink. You need to ensure that you get regular exercise and that you have a dedicated healthcare team that can help you effectively manage your diabetes. And, critically, […]

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15 March, 2021 By Michelle McAdmin
Best Beverages For Diabetes

People with diabetes spend a lot of time and energy carefully watching what they eat. That’s because they know that a healthy diet is critical to effective blood sugar management. But all of that thoughtful meal planning may overlook another essential aspect of what we put in our bodies: what we drink. The beverages that […]

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