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Posted Jun 9 2008 3:00PM
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Posted Mar 12 2009 6:10AM
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Posted Apr 2 2009 7:42AM
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Posted May 20 2009 5:29PM
Hello, Wow -- I love all the blogs! GREAT INFORMATION!!! You're providing an invaluable service! I'm trying to get my wife to start a blog, because she's helped so many people with diabetes. I NEVER thought that I would say this, but ... my wife is smarter than me. :-) Almost 2 years ago my wife bought a diabetes book (titled "death to Diabetes") about super foods and lost 27 pounds. More importantly, her average BS went down to 87.4 and a1c to 5.1% and her doctor took her off the diabetic medication. But, he says she'll be back on medication in a year or so. When a friend asked her how she lost so much weight and got off her meds, she told her and helped her until her friend had lost 15 pounds and her doctor reduced her meds. Then, my wife helped her aunt, and then a neighbor down the street. Anyhow, I felt that I had nothing to lose, so, I listened to my wife and tried this man's super foods and raw food diet program. He calls it his "Death to Diabetes" wellness program, but th
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Posted Jun 25 2009 4:28PM
When I was diagnosed with diabetes at the age of nine, I had no idea how to manage with new disease because I had never heard of it in my life. Nevertheless, my little brother Rudy decided he wanted to help me overcome the difficulty of comprehending diabetic terminology and created a board game called Future Focus. My family immediately knew that this was a great idea and helped my brother take it a step forward, and created our own business that helps children learn diabetes in a fun educational way. We have created our own website that consists of two very important diabetes education aspects. These are in fact, our Future Focus game, and also our newly developed TV show. This TV show helps viewers witness the consequences a diabetic undergoes if he/she does not take care of themselves, and also serves as a very education tool that helps the viewer prevent diabetes. So please check out our website at www.futurefocusgame.com. Diabetes should not be your weakness but a strength. T
Posted Aug 21 2009 9:03AM
My Mom has diabetes, but is managing well through diet and exercise. We also found this website really helpful: http://www.goodhealthrewards.com/ It's great for learning tips about diabetes, but also has a free tracking tool!
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