The Best Keto Diet I found in 2020 I asked my readers what I should write about on today’s post. The choices were food, travel and health. Well food and health seemed to top the list and then someone suggested I write about a Keto Diet. I am no expert on Keto but I lostContinue reading “How to Start a Keto Diet”
I sit here in my recliner recovering from an operation caused by infection stemming from a ulcer on my foot that just won’t heal. I have redoubled my efforts to keep my blood sugars in check and decided to share some strategies and items that have helped me on my diabetic journey. I also likeContinue reading “7 Diabetic Must Haves Under $30”
By Sam Dylan Finch Self-quarantine can be challenging, but coping with it isn’t impossible. As many of us enter our second week of self-quarantine, we might be feeling that restless, irritable, trapped, discontented feeling we’ve come to know as “cabin fever.” If you’re somewhere on the spectrum of “did my roommate always breathe this loudly?”Continue reading “5 Tips for Coping with ‘Cabin Fever’ During a Shelter-in-Place”
If you are staying home like you are supposed to, (please say you are) then your days may have become a monotonous blur. If that is the case here are a few tips to separate the day from the evening and down shift your day. We have begun a civilized “cocktail hour” in which weContinue reading “Add a “Cocktail Hour” to Break Up the Day!”
“Doctors are reporting they now understand the behavior of the COVID 19 virus due to autopsies that they have carried out. This virus is characterized by obstructing respiratory pathways with thick mucus that solidifies and blocks the airways and lungs. So they have discovered that in order to apply a medicine you have to openContinue reading “This was shared to me on Facebook and it seems reasonable so I’m passing it along..”
We all know that all the professionals In the U.S. and worldwide have stepped up to keep us healthy. I for one applaud all their actions and I’m sure I join you as I appreciate each and every one of them. But, even as our supply chains have ramped up production and delivery of healthContinue reading “Coronavirus: Safety Tips for You”
The Following is from The American Diabetes Association website (https://www.diabetes.org/diabetes/medication-management/blood-glucose-testing-and-control/hypoglycemia Low blood sugar (also known as hypoglycemia) is when your blood sugar levels have fallen low enough that you need to take action to bring them back to your target range. This is usually when your blood sugar is less than 70 mg/dL. However, talk to yourContinue reading “How to treat a blood sugar drop in a pinch”
As the coronavirus pandemic rages on, experts have started to question official guidance about whether ordinary, healthy people should protect themselves with a regular surgical mask, or even a scarf.
The foods you eat can have a major impact on diabetes and blood sugar levels. We already know that, right? We know that a candy bar is a no go for diabetics but did you know that dried fruit can be just as filled with sugar?
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