Diabetes: Recognizing and Living with High Blood Sugar

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If you suffer from diabetes, you are part of an ever-growing demographic group in America. The United States Department of Health & Human Services (USFHH) reports that diabetes affects nearly 26 million people, a whopping 8.3% of the total population. And, as Southerners, we live in a region that has the unfortunate clinical designation “the diabetes belt,” where incidences of diabetes are the highest in the U.S.

In 2010, the American Diabetes Association reported that 1.9 million new cases of diabetes ...

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Diabetes Management: No Need for Martyrdom

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This story has always stuck with me: A while back, a diabetic client of mine share with me her “secret” to maintaining a health sugar/insulin level without compromising on the food that she so dearly enjoyed or, as she emphatically put it, “My quality of life.” Her story, or more accurately, her adage, went something like this: “A small sliver tastes the same as eating the whole pie.”

While this should bring a smile to most of our faces, her point ...

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