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Diabetes Friendly Halloween, is that possible?

Diabetes Friendly Halloween, is that possible?

20 October 2020

Halloween. Samhain. All-Hallows Eve. Whatever name you call it, the 31st October  brings with it spooks, goblins, thrills, chills, and sweets for kids of all ages. And many adults too. Living with diabetes can make Halloween a difficult time for people who love this particular holiday. What’s not to love, right? You get to dress up in costumes, decorate your home, and dish up delicious treats to your close friends and family. When you have diabetes,  Halloween can be a mountain of temptation, making it easy to stray from the healthy plan you have worked so hard to create for yourself. It does not have...

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Technology in diabetes

Technology in diabetes worldwide

12 October 2020

Worldwide, there are approximately 463 million adults living with diabetes. This is an increase of over 300% in the last 20 years,...

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Shooting Starts Interview with Dex

Fitness instructor with type 2 diabetes – Meet our model Dex!

12 October 2020

At mySugr we love to show the many different faces and stories of people with diabetes in the real world. We do our own photoshoots and feature real people living with diabetes instead of using stock photos. In this series, we want you to get to know our shooting stars a little bit better. Meet Dex, one of our models living with type 2 diabetes. What...

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Indian lamb biryani recipe

Indian lamb biryani recipe

5 October 2020

 In celebration of National Curry Week and as we continue our theme of diabetes from around the world, here is a diabetes friendly Indian lamb biryani recipe. This delicious well balanced dish brings together a range of North Indian spices and can be altered to your preferred heat. This biryani dish is versatile and brings the taste of India to you. Indian lamb biryani (6 servings): 150 ml fat free plain yogurt (3/5 c)...

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Tasty butternut squash and spinach Italian lasagna

Tasty butternut squash and spinach Italian lasagna

30 September 2020

The thought of making lasagna from scratch could sound like a time consuming process but this vegetarian and diabetes friendly recipe with less than 10 ingredients, it is a meal idea that will impress at any occasion. Each serving provides 57g of carbohydrates along with 15g of protein and just 12g of fat putting this Italian lasagna recipe into a low carb meal category.      butternut squash and spinach Italian lasagna Ingredients (4 servings...

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Diabetes friendly Italian Ricotta Pizza

Italian ricotta and cherry tomato pizza recipe

21 September 2020

The thought of pizza might automatically make you think of an indulgent high carb and high fat treat meal but this ricotta and cherry tomato pizza recipe is different. Follow this simple 4 step recipe and enjoy the tastes of Italy guilt free.  Ingredients (10 slices): 300 g pizza crust (10 oz) 10 g chopped fresh basil (1/2 c) 5 ml olive oil (1 t) 114 g ricotta cheese 75 g greated parmesan...

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Shooting Stars Jessica

Meet Jessica, living with type 2 diabetes 

21 September 2020

“I have learned not to be embarrassed or ashamed of living with diabetes or sharing my story.” At mySugr we love to show the many different faces and stories of people with diabetes in the real world. So we do our own photoshoots and feature real people living with diabetes instead of using stock photos. In this series, we want you to get to know our shooting stars a little bit better. Meet...

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transition from paediatric to adult diabetes care

Transition from paediatric to adult diabetes care

16 September 2020

Do you feel a bit out of place at the children’s diabetes centre? It can be tricky when children move to adult diabetes care and the independence that comes with how diabetes is managed It may be time for you, your family and your healthcare team to start discussing you making the move to adult care. Or you may even have already started having the conversation. Moving to an adult diabetes service, also known as transitioning, is an important step for everyone with diabetes and hundreds of young people make this change every year across the UK and Ireland. The age that you actually transition, will depend on...

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