It always sounds like losing weight should be simple, right? Just eat smart and exercise regularly. Yet it’s so much more darn difficult than it sounds! The Mayo Clinic Diet was recently named one of the best diets by U.S. News and World Report, and now the same editors of that New York Times Bestseller have released The Mayo Clinic Diabetes Diet, designed specifically for people with type 2 diabetes (although type 1 diabetics can…Read more »
Seven years into this thing, I think I am officially experiencing diabetes burnout — in the form of food rebellion, that is. My numbers have been crap, and I am feeling disgusted with myself. Sound familiar, anyone?
Actually, it was Kelly K’s ‘food quirks’ post over at Diabetesalicousness that got me thinking, I ought to clear my conscience by airing the bold truth about what’s going on with me: I feel like I’m officially ‘losing…
Anyone who counts carbs is familiar with the unit of measurement called “grams.” But can you recognize a “gram of carb” or “gram of sugar” really? When it’s hidden somewhere deep in the food we’re currently consuming? Well, as it happens, a reader forwarded a creative take on visualizing just how much punch is packed in the food we eat (brace yourself!)
Although we can’t verify the scientific validity of these photos, I reckon they’re…
Since living with diabetes is all about struggling to eat like a normal human being, I bring to you what I am calling my BOB/BOW post in honor of Diabetes Awareness Month: In my quest to be a better snacker, and a less guilt-ridden PWD, I have queried the diabetes community about their “Best of the Best / Best of the Worst” snack choices. Essentially, using Twitter and the DBMine Facebook page, I asked you…Read more »
Today’s topic for Diabetes Blog Week:
To Carb or Not to Carb.
“Let’s talk about what we eat. And perhaps what we don’t eat. Some believe a low-carb diet is important in diabetes management, while others believe carbs are fine as long as they are counted and bolused for. Which side of the fence do you fall on?”
Nothing seems to ruffle feathers like the Great Carbohydrate Debate. I hate that I’m supposed to pick…Read more »