The OneTouch Verio Sync may be the best blood glucose meter for people with diabetes. But before you rush out to buy one as a Christmas present for yourself or for a loved one, please note one problem. It’s not yet for sale.
The Verio Sync Paired with an iPhone
LifeScan Inc., the company that is making it, tells me that they expect... Read more
I wish that I could give you an unqualified endorsement of the new Diabetes Sentry. It is the only noninvasive device currently on the market for the detection of hypoglycemia symptoms. Worn like a wristwatch, it is simple and easy to use.
It can detect the two most common symptoms of hypoglycemia, a blood sugar level that can be... Read more
If all that you demand of what you eat is that it is healthy and tastes good, macadamia nuts are a wonderful choice for those of us who have diabetes. But no food is perfect.
Unlike all other nuts, eating macadamia nuts won't wreck your ratio of omega 3 to omega 6 fats, which are both polyunsaturated fats. The absolute amount of... Read more
If you have type 2 diabetes, you can manage it well without any drugs -- without any oral medications and without insulin. If you have type 1 diabetes, you will always have to take insulin injections, but you can likely use less than you do now.
To manage diabetes well means keeping your blood sugar level down in the same range as that... Read more
Compared with some other stuff we put in our mouths, the trouble with alcohol might not seem to be a big deal for most of us who have diabetes. We all know, of course, that even a little alcohol can mean big trouble for those of us who can’t handle alcohol in moderation.
More than 30 percent of adult Americans have “experienced... Read more