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We want to hear from you!

12 March 2021

Roche Diabetes Care would like to hear from mySugr app users, based in the UK, who are happy to share their experience of the mySugr app. Roche would like to talk to you to discuss how you use the mySugr app and see if you might like to take part in a media campaign on the topic of technology in diabetes management. Your story could be used to demonstrate how real users are using technology to share their blood glucose data with their doctor, as part of their diabetes management. If you are interested, please share your details with us using the form below and someone will be in touch....

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What is a diabetes emergency?

10 February 2021

Hypoglycaemia and Hyperglycaemia are words that you will hear quite often around the topic of diabetes but what do they mean?  In this blog "What is an a diabetes emergency", we look at how low and high blood sugar levels can affect you and how to treat these.    How to Treat hypoglycaemia or low blood sugar ...

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Meaningful Monitoring for type 2 diabetes: Introduction

10 February 2021

Introduction to meaningful monitoring Diabetes is a long term condition where the body is unable to properly manage the amount of glucose (sugar) in the blood (blood glucose/sugar levels). As someone with diabetes, everything that you do, eat...

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mySugr shooting stars meet Ricky

Shooting stars: Meet Ricky

27 January 2021

"Dive into the books and learn as much as you can about diabetes". Say hello to Ricky. Ricky not only works for mySugr as a Data Scientist but is also one of our mySugr models living with type 1 diabetes. Ricky was also a member of Team Bike Beyond and cycled across the USA from New York to San Francisco in 2017 showing that anything is possible with type 1. 1. What were your biggest fears/...

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Homemade Hearty Oatmeal recipe

21 January 2021

Looking for a new diabetes breakfast idea? This is the most satisfying Oatmeal recipe you will ever have! This recipe is portioned out for a single serving but can easily be tripled for a quick and easy breakfast menu throughout the week! Although it may sound weird, the egg is the secret ingredient in this recipe! Adding an egg to your oats will pack it with protein and create a creamy consistency. This is great at home or a breakfast on the go.   Ingrdients: (1 serving)  1/4 (59ml) cup oats (not instant)...

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HBa1c test

Everything you need to know about HbA1c

11 January 2021

Haemoglobin A1c, HbA1c, A1c - you’ve probably heard these terms, but what do they actually mean? Well we’ve put together everything you need to know about HbA1c here. What is HbA1c? Haemoglobin is the part of your blood that carries oxygen and is what gives your blood its red colour. When glucose is processed by your body and enters your bloodstream it is attracted to this haemoglobin and binds...

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Smoked salmon salad

Smoked Salmon Salad

18 December 2020

Even as we move into the colder winter months, there is always room for a fresh salad. This smoked salmon salad recipe is great all year round, with fresh leaves and a mix of strong flavours from the feta cheese and salmon, this dish will never get boring. Ingredients (2 services) Salad ingredients: 2 cups (500 ml) spring mix greens 2 Tomatoes 1 Cucumber 1 Avocado 4 oz. (112 g) Smoked Salmon 1/4 cup (59 ml) Feta Cheese to taste 1 Tbsp (15 ml) Extra Virgin Oil 1/4 Cup (59 ml) Rice Vinegar 1/...

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Healthy diabetes friendly hummus

Homemade Diabetes Friendly Hummus Recipe

18 December 2020

Hummus is super easy dish and can be made ahead of time for any event and served throughout the week making it the must have fridge filler!   Ingredients (2 services) 1 15 oz (425 g) can of chickpeas 1 clove of garlic 1 tsp (5 ml) of ground cumin 3/4 tsp (3.6 ml) salt 1/2 cup (125 ml) tahini 2 tbsp (30 ml) extra virgin olive oil 1/2 tsp (2.5 ml) ground pepper 1 large lemon juiced How to make it: Rinse chickpeas in cold water and let strain. Combine tehini, fresh...

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The way people with diabetes eat

The way people with diabetes eat can improve their health

16 November 2020

There are a huge number of cooking programs available now, which capture the attention of millions of people worldwide. However most people often do not have the time to spend hours in the kitchen every week. In 2020 however, things changed. When the Coronavirus pandemic hit, working from home became the new normal for most people. The restrictions on where people could go and what they could do gave people the opportunity to try new things and have a go at the things they’d never had the time for before. Some people started a new exercise routine, some learnt a...

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