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Coronavirus: Advice for people living with diabetes

16 June 2020

Here are some helpful tips on what precautions you should take, and what you need to know The World Health Organization (WHO) declared that spread of the coronavirus as a pandemic in March, and and most countries have seen outbreaks. Although the UK is seeing a decline in the number of new cases and hospitalisations, we all still need to be careful and try to reduce the spread of the virus as much as possible. People with diabetes are classed by the NHS and UK Government as 'clinically vulnerable' Although this means someone with diabetes is not required to shield themselves, they are still more likely to become...

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Hamburgers with BBQ sauce

Hamburgers with BBQ sauce

26 June 2020

Recipe for hamburgers with BBQ sauce

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Woman with workout towel and water

The ABCs of insulin and fitness

24 June 2020

Using an insulin pump and want to exercise? Keeping tabs on your blood sugar during exercise can be as simple as A-B-C. By Tami Schoepflin, RD CDE

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Aim for better, not perfect

Aim for better, not perfect

23 June 2020

Perfection is not always achievable and can be demotivating if not obtained. Instead, find out what you can do to make small improvements and stay healthy.

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Beef carpaccio

Beef carpaccio

22 June 2020

How to make beef carpaccio - this recipe calls for cooking the meat to your preference and serving the dish with a lovely vegetable salad topped with yogurt sauce. 

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Omega-3 foods

The facts about fats

17 June 2020

Fats generally get a reputation for being unhealthy, but they are actually an important part of our diet. They provide our bodies with energy, carry important vitamins around the body and help it to use them, as well as providing essential fats that can’t be made by the body itself.

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Coronavirus update

Coronavirus: Advice for people living with diabetes

16 June 2020

Here are some helpful tips on what precautions you should take, and what you need to know The World Health Organization (WHO) declared that spread of the coronavirus as a pandemic in March, and and most countries have seen outbreaks. Although the UK is seeing a decline in the number of new cases and hospitalisations, we all still need to be careful and try to reduce the spread of the virus as much as possible. People with diabetes are classed by the NHS and UK Government as 'clinically vulnerable' Although this means someone with diabetes is not required to shield themselves, they are still more likely to become...

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Smart habits for active kids with diabetes

15 June 2020

As today’s world becomes more automated and information-driven, life becomes less and less physically active. Before you know it, your child’s activity may consist of more video game moves than physical activity.

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Choosing the right app for you

8 June 2020

There’s an app for everything these days right? Most people now carry a library, TV and computer around in their pockets in their mobile phone, as well as the calculator that all of our teachers told us we wouldn’t always have with us. But what about when it comes to your health? Millions of people worldwide use some form of health app on a daily basis. These range from simple apps to track steps, to apps that support with healthy eating, fitness and health monitoring. There are thousands of healthcare apps, and hundreds of diabetes apps, available in the different mobile app stores, so knowing...

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