No new specific diet or diabetes decrees over here. I gave that up a long time ago. The notion that I’m going to suddenly shed all my bad habits and “start over” being perfect is just a recipe for frustration. Instead, I like to think in general about how I’m going to approach life in the coming year. Enjoy. Joy. Less stress. Less unnecessary worry. More joy. I try to resolve to keep all that…Read more »
According to a new Trend Watch review over at Medical News Today, 2008 will see consumers making “sensible choices and simple substitutions in lieu of the latest fad diet.” Hallelujah! Wouldn’t a Year of Actual Sanity be a nice change of pace?
On the other hand, a new national poll from NutritionData.com on “Why Americans Want to Eat Healthier” shows that people in different regions have different motivations. And, drum roll, please…
– People in…
You may remember my mention nearly a year ago of the Behavioral Diabetes Institute’s notion to create some diabetes etiquette cards that will help “others” understand what is and is not appropriate to say to us PWDs on the topic of our diabetes.
I’m happy to report that Dr. Polonsky and crew are in the process of delivering on this brilliant little idea!
Check it out:
Naturally, there was just a bit too much good…Read more »
A Holiday Hello to you all! Today, a few additional forward-looking diabetes device designs that came my way this year, which I haven’t got around to posting yet.
Also, don’t forget to have a look at the 2007 Diabetes Year in Review here, just updated with new input from the Community — and add your two cents in the comments section.
* From design student Joe Urich at the California College of the Arts:
Deck the halls… and all that.
Don’t miss the diabetes Holiday carols for that special PWD in your life.
See y’all back here for more regular programming on the 26th.…Read more »