Dr. Edelman’s Top 10 Tips for Living Successfully with Diabetes!

Packed full of incredible resources, how-to’s, support and advice straight from the doctor’s mouth, these tips will help you live life to the fullest!

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Dose of Dr. E: How to Save a Life with Glucagon

Everyone with type 1 should have a glucagon kit. Glucagon raises blood sugars if you’re having an extreme low. Learn how to use it and hear what new glucagon products are coming soon that will be much more user friendly!

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A Dose of Dr. E: Avoiding Vascular Complications

In this Dose of Dr. E, Dr. Edelman explains the difference between macro and microvascular complications, why it’s important to know the difference, and what you can do to protect yourself.

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Peanut Butter Power Granola

Who says you can’t have your granola and eat it too?  Well, actually nobody because that’s not a saying, but in this featured recipe from the popular food blog alldayidreamaboutfood, we think you’ll discover a new breakfast favorite. For all of you granola lovers out there looking for a low-carb option, this one’s for you!

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Raise Money for TCOYD by Posting on Instagram!

Earlier this month, Roche Diabetes Care launched the #BuckOffDiabetes campaign. The campaign represents a bold, new attitude for taking diabetes by the horns and helps spread the word about Roche’s awesome new Accu-Check Simple Pay Program that will save you a few bucks on those much needed test strip re-fills.

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Jolly Green Goodness Smoothie

If you aren’t used to a green smoothie with minimal fruit, this won’t be as sweet as what you are used to, but don’t let that deter you! If you’re trying to transition from super sweet fruit-based smoothies, add in a few chunks of pineapple or berries so you enjoy the smoothie, but gradually reduce the extra fruit each week to get back to the recommended amount in this recipe.

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Is Type 2 Diabetes Preventable?

Type 2 diabetes is one of the fastest growing chronic diseases worldwide and, if not well cared for, can lead to serious medical complications. If you have prediabetes, studies have proven there are ways to significantly reduce your risk of developing type 2 diabetes and you can avoid or significantly reduce the risk of developing complications by controlling your glucose, blood pressure and cholesterol levels.

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Vascular Complications: No Thanks, I’ll Pass!

The blood vessels in your body are like the pipes running through your home. The whole vascular system is the pipeline through which blood travels, carrying oxygen and nutrients to tissues. Chronically high blood sugar, high cholesterol and high blood pressure can cause damage to the walls of these ‘pipes’ leading to vascular complications, but these types of complications can be prevented.

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Everybody Hates Pricks!

It’s the end of an era! The Dexcom G6 has made fingersticks a thing of the past for people with type 1 diabetes. Dr. Edelman and Dr. Pettus give their review of the newest version of Dexcom’s CGM with its new sensor, inserter, transmitter and customizable alarms.

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With More Diabetes Treatment Options Than Ever Before, Why is Blood Sugar Control Still So Elusive?

This article written by Dr. Edelman and Dr. Polonsky explains why educating and motivating people with diabetes to engage in their own care is so important – it’s exactly why we do what we do at TCOYD!

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