We look at the link between good nutrition and a strong immune system, specifically whether nutrition has a role in helping Diabetics ward off viral infections.
Know the truth about Diabetes.
Learn more about living with Diabetes below.
Well done! You’ve made it through your first year as a Diabetic.
As time goes by, it surprises you to reflect on just how long you’ve been living with Diabetes.
You’ve made it to six months of living as a Diabetic. Well done! It’s a massive adjustment.
This article is about linking your eating with your shopping habits, so we can help you prevent the temptations you may be finding tough to resist.
Everyone is different. This means that every person who is diagnosed with Diabetes will approach it differently, too. Two months into Diabetes is a good time to consider a holistic approach.
Two months ago your doctor, nurse or clinic sister shared details of your health which might have come as quite the surprise. It may be odd to process that already two whole months have gone by since your Diabetes diagnosis. It’s something that changes the way you see yourself, and the choices you make in life.
Your side effects should be steadily subsiding, and your food journal should be ready for your review.
Well done! You’ve made it through your first week since being faced with your life-changing Diabetes diagnosis. It’s ok if your mind and emotions are still racing around at this point.
Your Diabetes diagnosis has changed your life.
Also known as Borderline Diabetes,Pre-Diabetes can be difficult to recognise at first. Pre-Diabetes often develops as a precursor to developing Type 2 Diabetes.
Understand common Diabetes terms.