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Snacking a Challenge? #lifehacksfordiabetics

Getting around to managing your diet efficiently can seem like a challenge. Preparation is key. And well worth it. Invest in small containers to store in your fridge. Then fill them with healthy snacks like salads, sprouts, fruits, hummus, nuts – you know what I mean – and grab one on the go! Nothing like…

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Medication tip #lifehacksfordiabetics

Blood sugar control is critical for controlling diabetes. If you are on medication, I know how hard it is to sometimes remember to take your medication – or worse, feeling unsure whether you did take it. Or not. No need to feel nervous about forgetting a dose. Just use a weekly pill box to help…

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Go nuts #lifehacksfordiabetics

If there is one thing we diabetics always freak out about – it is over “what to eat?” Sure we know – but right at this moment, when you’re busy with a lot of things, you really don’t want to think about what to eat. You want something and you want it now! As if…

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Teeth and diabetes #lifehacksfordiabetics

Truly, diabetics are sweet. And so is their saliva, when the diabetes is not under control. This leads to higher-than-usual levels of glucose in the saliva, and this means a higher risk of dental decay. And we know what dental bills can be like, eh? What to do? Easy. Keep your teeth and gums healthy….

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Sleep #lifehacksfordiabetics

There is research to prove that sleep deprivation and insulin resistance may be linked. We need a good night’s sleep to help our hormones regulate various body processes such as appetite, weight control and the immune system. If you are someone who usually has trouble sleeping, you’ll be more tired during the day and tend…

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Exercise #LifeHacksForDiabetics

Blood sugar control is a continuous challenge for diabetics, regardless of whether you are type 1 or type 2. Luckily there is one easy way to get closer to your target levels. Exercise Just make it a habit to walk for 30 minutes a day, 7 days a week. And feel the difference. Exercise helps…

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