Review: Cuisinart Air Fryer – A Healthier Way to Make Your Favorite Foods

I am always searching the diabetes online community for new healthy recipes. It seems more and more people are using and having great success with air fryers. An air fryer is an appliance that works by using a convection mechanism to produce a crispy coating due to hot air circulating at high speed. You need […]
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Editor’s Note: You Are Not Alone

May is Mental Health Awareness Month and here at Diabetes Daily, we take this issue very seriously. Managing an invisible disease, day in and day out, can create a lot of other issues for people with diabetes. It is important that everyone feels comfortable talking about their problems, reaching out for help and knows they […]
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I Thrive: Being the Architect of Your Future

While Basil’s story might not be about epic adventures of climbing mountains or sailing around the world, his story is real and unapologetically his. He’s a husband, father, uncle, son, and entrepreneur. His story deeply resonates. During the years when his body was in a pre-diabetic state, he actually wasn’t aware it existed and ultimately […]
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From 208 to 116 Pounds: Type 2 Diabetes Helps Her Stay the Course

Terie is a reader of Diabetes Daily and wrote in when she saw we were featuring people with weight loss success. I am so glad she shared her story and hope she inspires those of you who are starting out on this journey! When were you diagnosed with type 2 diabetes? And how long did […]
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Meet Thom: A Role Model for People with Type 2 Diabetes

Editor’s Note: I had the pleasure of “e-meeting” Thom through the diabetes online community. I could not believe his transformation photos. His story was even more compelling. I have no doubt that Thom will do great things for the type 2 community.  *** I was diagnosed with type 2 diabetes at age 37 after years […]
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I Thrive: Finding Her Focus

Meet Melissa Williams, a popular influencer and amateur fitness model trying to fulfill her dreams. When she looks back on her diagnosis of type 1 diabetes in 2011 she just has to laugh. Her health and fitness journey began before that fateful diagnosis, being in her early 20’s and living life to the fullest. Going […]
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Dawn Shares How She Lost 100 Pounds

I had the pleasure of meeting Dawn almost four years ago through the diabetic online community. I post a “what’s your workout” post every morning on Type 1 Athletes Facebook page to serve as motivation for myself and others. I remember when Dawn first started chiming in. What started as a way for her to […]
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How to Crowd Out Poor Food Choices With Protein and Fiber

When I attended the Institute of Integrative Nutrition, one thing I heard a lot about was how “crowding out” foods with preferred choices was a great way to improve eating habits without focusing on avoiding foods. So let’s say you want to eat more vegetables and cut down on the portions of refined grains. Instead […]
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Could This Be the Reason Your Weight Loss Has Stalled?

We know that a deficit of calories does produce weight loss but there are various variables that make calorie counting tricky to get right. One study found that subjects struggled to lose weight despite their self-reported caloric intake of fewer than 1,200 calories per day. It’s common for people to say they can’t lose weight due […]
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A Ketogenic Diet with Intermittent Fasting

This content originally appeared on Diabetes Stories. Republished with permission.While I’m typing this my right foot is in a surgical shoe. New Year’s Day I broke a bone in my toe and badly bruised my foot. For those who want the gory details: the husband and I were sleeping at my mother’s house and I […]
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