Even small emergencies can be big trouble for the diabetic. Learn how to put together your own small emergency diabetes kit.
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Given that you test your blood glucose day after day, you might as well do it in such a way as to get the most out of it. Learn how to take more accurate, less painful fingertip BG tests.
full article: Perfect your fingertip BG testing
There is only one thing that puts me on track and keeps me there. It is the keeping of a diabetes journal. When I keep the journal up-to-date, I see almost immediate improvement in all areas related to my diabetes.
There’s a really good chance that keeping a journal can help you too. I’m hoping that after you read this article, you’ll try keeping one yourself. At least for a few days.
full article: Get on track with a diabetes journal
It’s important to know which foods affect your blood sugar and by how much. This makes it easier to pick the foods you eat, so you can get better control of your diabetes. Food testing will allow you to do just that.
full article: Food testing 101 for diabetics
The Diabetes Spreadsheet is a great tool for tracking blood sugar, food and medication.
full article: The Diabetes Spreadsheet – free download
You’re headed out for a day trip, or taking a vacation. You know that once you arrive, there will be plenty of good, low-carb food to eat. But what about diabetic foods for the road?
full article: Every day carry emergency diabetes food kit