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As a person with diabetes, you definitely face a higher risk of developing kidney stones — especially if your blood sugars are chronically high. Learn what kidney stones are, why having diabetes increases your risk of developing them, kidney stones causes and symptoms, how they are treated, and how you can prevent them from developing in the first place! #kidneystones #diabetes #diabetestips #managingdabetes #healthtips #diabetesstrong

Why Diabetics Have A Higher Risk Of Developing Kidney Stones | Diabetes Strong

People with diabetes have a significantly higher risk of developing kidney stones -- but you can take action to reduce your risk! Learn more...

These days, understanding what ketones are can be confusing. In this article, we’ll talk about the differences between diabetic ketones (ketoacidosis), starvation ketones, and nutritional ketosis. We’ll cover what to do if you’ve developed diabetic ketones and how to manage ketones and diabetes during an illness. #ketones #diabetes #managingdiabetes #diabetestips #diabetesstrong #diabeticketones #ketoacidosis #ketosis

Diabetes & Ketones: Everything You Need to Know

There are many reasons why the body creates ketones - some are safe and healthy, some are very dangerous. Learn everything you need to know about diabetes & ketones!

Diabetes and joint health - You need properly functioning joints to be able to bend, flex, or move your body. That’s why taking care of your joints and preventing injury is important. Learn how to improve your joint health as diabetics here. #jointhealth #diabetes #diabetestips #managingdiabetes #healthtips #diabetesstrong

Diabetes and Your Joints: How to Prevent Injuries and Improve Joint Health | Diabetes Strong

You need properly functioning joints to be able to bend, flex, or move your body. That’s why taking care of your joints and preventing injury is important.

Low Carb Bread Review: You can buy great low-carb bread almost everywhere. This is my in-depth review of 10 of the most popular and widely available low carb bread brands. #breads #lowcarbbread #diabeticdiet #nutrition #healthybreakfast #diabetesstrong

Low-Carb Bread Review: 10 Popular Brands Tested

You can buy great low-carb bread almost everywhere. This is my in-depth review of 10 of the most popular and widely available brands.

MODY diabetes or “maturity-onset diabetes of the young” is a rare kind of diabetes that runs in families. It isn’t nearly as common as type 1 and type 2 diabetes. In this article, we’ll discuss what MODY is, the most common symptoms, the different types of MODY and their treatment options, and the longterm complications. #diabetes #diabetestips #managingdiabetes #MODYdiabetes #diabetesstrong

What is MODY Diabetes: Everything You Need to Know | Diabetes Strong

Often misdiagnosed as type 1 or type 2 diabetes, MODY is a very different kind of diabetes that is genetically inherited. Learn everything you need to know:

What is Type 1 Diabetes? There are approximately 1.25 million Americans living with type 1 diabetes, and 200,000 of those people are under 20 years old. Let’s take a closer look at Type 1 Diabetes, symptoms, diagnosis, causes, and treatment options. #diabetes #type1diabetes #t1d #diabetessymptoms #diabetescauses #diabetescare #diabetesstrong

Type 1 Diabetes: Symptoms, Diagnosis, Causes & Treatments | Diabetes Strong

An in-depth guide to everything you need to know about type 1 diabetes. You can't prevent or cure type 1 diabetes, but you can manage it with insulin and lifestyle changes.

Most people think fibromyalgia is about pain, but the biggest monster of fibromyalgia is managing my energy. When I manage it well, which is most of the time, I feel awesome! When I make mistakes or push myself too far, I feel severe exhaustion. Here’s a deep-dive into how I personally manage or mismanage my limits around fibromyalgia. #diabetes #fibromyalgia #diabetesmanagement #diabetescare #diabetesstrong #diabetestips

Diabetic and Fibromyalgia - Staying Active without Triggering a Massive Flare-Up | Diabetes Strong

How to stay active with both Diabetic and Fibromyalgia - Ginger Vieira from Diabetes daily shares her inspirational story and great advise!

What is Prediabetes? Prediabetes is type 2 diabetes in its earliest stages — which is why it shouldn’t be dismissed or taken lightly. For some, prediabetes and type 2 diabetes is “reversible.” For others, it may not be.In this article, we’ll look at the symptoms of prediabetes, how it’s diagnosed, how it’s treated, and whether or not it can be “reversed.” #prediabetes #type2diabetes #diabetes #diabetescare #diabetesmanagement  #diabetesstrong #diabetessymptoms

Prediabetes: Symptoms, Diagnosis & Treatment

Everything you need to know about prediabetes - The symptoms of prediabetes, how it’s diagnosed, how it’s treated, and whether or not it can be “reversed.”

What are high blood sugar symptoms (hyperglycemia)? Compared to low blood sugars, high blood sugars are much more difficult to spot. They have the potential to cause much more long-term damage throughout your entire body.  Let’s take a closer look at the causes and symptoms of high blood sugar levels. #highbloodsugar #bloodsugar #bloodsugarmanagement #type1diabetes #type2diabetes #diabetes #diabetesstrong #diabetescare

The Telltale Symptoms Of High Blood Sugar | Diabetes Strong

Symptoms of high blood sugar can be difficult to recognize or even notice, but can cause serious damage to your health. Here is what to look for.

Whenever someone gets diagnosed with type 1 diabetes (T1D), the first thing that an educator or dietitian tries to teach them is how to count carbs. Although I have been living with T1D now for almost half a century, I have to admit that I don’t count carbs. Not only that, but I don’t think carb counting works very well! Find out why I count calories, not just carbs for my diabetes management. #diabetes #diabetesmanagement #calories #nutrition #mealplanning #diabetesstrong

Why I Count Calories, Not Just Carbs For My Diabetes Management | Diabetes Strong

All newly diagnosed diabetics are taught carb counting but is it really the best method for calculating insulin doses? Dr. Sheri Colberg shares her approach

Diabetes and exercise - I have always known at some level that exercise did good things for my blood glucose, even before I had my first blood glucose meter. Being active always made me feel better, physically and emotionally. Here are some things that I know about diabetes and exercise that I wish someone had told me years ago. #diabetes #diabetescare #diabetestips #fitnesstips #diabetesstrong #managingdiabetes

4 Things You Really Need To Know About Diabetes & Exercise | Diabetes Strong

Here are 4 important facts about diabetes and exercise that I wish someone had told me years ago. By Sheri R. Colberg, PhD, FACSM

5 Steps to read nutrition labels properly - Learn how to read a nutrition label to really understand what’s in the product you’re buying, as well as the nutritional breakdown. #nutritionlabels #nutrition #healthtips #diabetesstrong #mealplanning #dieting

How to Read Nutrition Labels | Diabetes Strong

Learning how to read nutrition labels is a seriously useful thing - use it to compare foods, track carbs, and dose my insulin correctly.

What is Type 2 Diabetes? There are approximately 30 million Americans living with type 2 diabetes. Over the last 50 years, the Centers for Disease Control & Prevention reports that the number of Americans with diabetes has doubled, pointing to obesity as one of the biggest contributors. Let’s take a closer look at the symptoms, diagnosis, causes, and treatment options for type 2 diabetes. #diabetes #type2diabetes #t2d #diabetescare #managingdiabetes #diabetesstrong Health And Fitness Articles, Health Fitness, Diabetes Care, Diabetes Management, Let It Be, Type, Health And Fitness, Gymnastics

Type 2 diabetes: Symptoms, Diagnosis, Causes & Treatment | Diabetes Strong

Everything you need to know about type 2 diabetes: the symptoms, how to diagnose, causes, and an in-depth overview of the treatment options.

The best sugar substitutes for people with diabetes - Do you know that you can use monk fruit as natural sweetener? Are artificial sweeteners good for you? In this post, learn how natural and artificial sweeteners affect your blood sugar and what sweeteners are best for you. #ketosweeteners #sugarsubstitute #diabetestips #healthtips #managingdiabetes #diabeticdiet #diabetesstrong #bloodsugar Best Sugar Substitute, Health And Fitness Articles, Health Tips, Health Fitness, Cooking Tips, Cooking Recipes, Easy Family Meals, Family Recipes, Food Stamps

The Best Sweeteners for People with Diabetes

A review of all the natural and artificial sweeteners on the market, how they affect blood sugar, and which are the best sweeteners for people with diabetes.

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How Diabetes Can Cause Itchy Skin | Diabetes Strong

Itchy skin is a common issue in people with diabetes, and there are three conditions that could be causing yours.

The top 10 healthiest vegetables for diabetics - These vegetables won't spike your blood sugar level and find out the 6 veggies that actually will make your blood sugar go up! Vegetables For Diabetics, Low Carb Vegetables, Different Vegetables, Veggies, Pregnancy Diabetes, Counting Carbs, Beat Diabetes, Regulate Blood Sugar

10 Low-Carb Vegetables That Won't Spike Your Blood Sugar

All vegetables are healthy, but for people with diabetes, some will raise your blood sugar more than others. Here are the top 10 low-carb vegetables!

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