A very low-carbohydrate diet can help improve blood sugar control in people with type 1 diabetes without significantly raising the risk for hypoglycemia.
A Novel Way to Track Blood Sugar During Exercise
Despite having very similar symptoms and medical risks, the two primary types of diabetes are actually very different when you look closely at what’s going on inside the body.
Active young adults with type 1 diabetes may experience poor muscle health, finds a study from McMaster University and York University, both in Ontario, Canada.
Whether you have type 2 or type 1 diabetes, it’s crucial to establish a baseline ‘insulin-to-carbohydrate ratio’ if you take insulin.
Learn to recognize the most common culprits (we’re looking at you, brown rice). You might be surprised by some hidden carbohydrates.
10 signs that your insulin dosage is due for a tune-up.
Did you realize insulin can lose its potency when kept at the wrong temperature? Learn tips and tricks so you’re ready for hot weather and spring and summer travel.
A continuous glucose monitor, or CGM, can continually test your glucose level. Learn how this device works and how it helps with diabetes management.
Join research exploring “ways to prevent, delay, and reverse the pro-gression of type 1 diabetes.”
Know the symptoms, treatment options, and risk factors for this condition-combo.