Our thoughts on living well with diabetes
Time is certainly of the essence when you go in to see your doctor. Apart from the six-month wait-time and (hopefully!) twice-a-year frequency, you may f...
Your heart pumps blood every time it beats. This blood gives energy and oxygen to every part of your body. Therefore, it is important to keep your heart ...Read More
After our post on The Myth of Self Control, we researched the science behind creating new habits and making them stick — for good. As we mentioned ...Read More
“I can’t stick to my diet.” “I can’t show up at the gym.” “I can’t keep up with diabetes self care.” “I have no self control.” When we ...Read More
Most of us live busy, over-booked lives controlled by tight schedules, long work days, and family obligations. Personal time falls by the wayside and tak...Read More
The 89th Annual Academy Awards are this Sunday! And we can’t help but look ahead to the night’s big winners, best-dressed celebs and stunning musical per...Read More
Carbs are highly controversial these days, but there’s no denying that avoiding carbs prevents blood sugar from soaring. Most of the apprehension a...Read More
Erin and the Sea Peptide Salties to Trek 120 miles Who doesn’t love a good trip to the Caribbean? Sparkling blue seawater, white sand beaches . . ....Read More
Dr. Jeffrey S. Gonzalez, PhD is an international expert on medication-taking among people with type 2 diabetes. He’s a Clinical Psychologist and As...Read More
We all need the right kind of support to achieve our goals. Here’s a list of do’s and don’ts for all the family, friends, and significa...Read More
When Jamie was diagnosed with diabetes in 2008, she wasn’t given much direction. Her primary care doctor wrote her a prescription for Metformin and...Read More
Dr. Korey Hood is a clinical health psychologist and Professor of Pediatrics and of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences at Stanford University. He directs...