Coconut Crusted Chicken Strips

This is an awesome twist on an old favorite, with less carbs and more flavor!

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Overdosing and Overcoming: A Story of Insulin, Hiking, and the Worst Breakfast I Ever Ate

What happens when you accidentally inject yourself with a big dose of the wrong insulin? Author Sarah Durrand shares how an extreme low blood sugar led her to one of her highest achievements.

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Muffin Tin Omelets

Whether you’re feeding a crowd or want an easy make-ahead breakfast to grab on the run, these muffin tin omelets will start your day off right. You can even make different varieties in the same pan to satisfy every taste in the family!

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Better Than Betty Crocker: These Apps Make Cooking a Snap

It’s a cookbook, a fitness trainer and a 24/7 motivator (oh yeah, and it also dials people). How to turn your smart phone into your best diabetes resource.

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Top 10 Tips on How to Make Your Doctor’s Appointment a Success

Have you ever left a doctor’s appointment feeling like you were too rushed or didn’t get all the answers you needed? Here’s how to get the most from time with your medical team.

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Laughter Is the Best Medicine (Unless You Have Diabetes, Then Insulin Is Probably Better)

There is evidence that laughter helps our immune system, pain tolerance, heart health, blood pressure, and a myriad of other things. But can it also help manage diabetes?

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A Dose of Dr. E: Dr. Edelman Takes Us to Etiquette School

Blood sugar testing at the dinner table? A diabetic downing a dessert? The horror!
Dr. Edelman shares some creative reminders on how NOT to dine with a diabetic.

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Blueberry Bites

This tasty treat is good for a quick snack or dessert, and because they are low carb they will have little effect on your blood sugars!

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Getting to Know mySugr

mySugr specializes in app-based, all-around care for people with diabetes – made by people with diabetes. Their apps, services, and access to the world’s best diabetes coaching at the tap of a finger all work together to ease the daily grind of living with diabetes.

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Kids and Type 2: Signs, Symptoms and Support

Type 2 diabetes used to be called “adult onset diabetes”, but the number of children developing the disease has grown so much, nearly 25% of all new diabetes diagnoses in kids between the ages of 10 and 20 years old are now type 2.

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