Learning to comfortably manage your diabetes can be a difficult path to navigate. While technology and healthcare advances every year, sometimes the way you manage your diabetes does not. Fortunately for Dean Berry, he has found success in insulin intake and diabetes management using Omnipod.Read More
A fresh-picked apple, a side of apple sauce, a mug of hot apple cider, a bowl of Applejacks, and a slice of apple pie—each of these foods might appeal to an apple-lover, but some are healthier foods for fueling your body than others.
Eating right can be challenging, especially when you lead a busy life. Confusing labels on food packaging doesn’t make it any easier to find the best foods either.
Thinking of food as “fuel”
No one eats ideal foods at every meal, but when you find yourself making more poor food choices than healthy ones, it’s easy for your weight to creep up. Though resetting can be tricky, don’t lose hope. The body is a remarkable machine. Give it what it needs, and it will repair itself.
Read on for general guidelines on how to adjust your eating habits and make food swaps that will make your body run better.Read More
Posted on Dec 1, 2020 2:37:45 PM | Diabetes
Learning to comfortably manage your diabetes can be a difficult path to navigate. While technology and healthcare advances every year, sometimes the way you manage your diabetes does not. Fortunately for Cheri Winegardner, she has found success in insulin intake and diabetes management using Omnipod.Read More
Posted on Nov 5, 2020 11:05:00 AM | Diabetes
For most patients, their first questions after a doctor diagnoses them with type 2 diabetes are: “What can I do about this? What happens next?”Read More
An estimated 30.3 million people in the United States (9.4 percent of the population) have diabetes, including 7.2 million who are unaware they are living with the disease. The percentage of adults with diabetes increases with age, reaching a high of 25.2 percent among those aged 65 years or older. In addition to age, risk factors for diabetes also include diet, activity level, obesity and heredity.Read More