The Anodyne Journal

Blackened Salmon for Type 2 Diabetes

Posted by Will Knight on Mar 12, 2018 1:50:44 PM

For most Americans, heart disease is at the top of our list of possible health concerns. A healthy diet, including proper nutrition, has remained, and continues to be, one of the easiest and most effective ways to ward off the risk of possible heart complications.

Such risks are even higher for those living with diabetes. Because of these elevated risks, diabetics are encouraged to maintain diets that are low in carbohydrates (to avoid high blood sugar and possible hypoglycemia), high in protein and high in “healthy” or “good” fats.

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Topics: Diabetic Health, diabetes blog

9 Tips for Traveling with Diabetes

Posted by Will Knight on Oct 14, 2016 3:00:00 PM

If you have diabetes, preparing for even daily activities can require advanced planning. So how do you prepare for travel that can disrupt your diabetes care routine? Here are 9 tips for traveling when you have diabetes.  

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Topics: Diabetes Awareness, Diabetic Health, diabetes blog

8 Bad Eating Habits for Diabetics

Posted by Will Knight on Sep 20, 2016 1:37:55 PM

In addition to the types of food and the overall volume, it’s also important to make sure that you’re aware of the timing and variety of your meals. Whether you’re diabetic or not, it’s going to be incredibly beneficial to your health and quality of life if you’re being smart about your eating habits.

To make things a little easier for you, here is a list we put together of 8 bad eating habits that should be avoided -

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Topics: Diabetic Friendly Recipes, Diabetes Awareness, Diabetic Health, diabetes blog

Fall Footcare Tips

Posted by Billy Kanter on Sep 15, 2016 3:41:56 PM

By forgoing socks, donning flip-flops, or simply going barefoot, Summer was the time to free our feet from their year-long captivity without repercussion. If you’ve been especially lucky, you’ve only had to sheath your soles a handful of times since May. However, now that Labor Day has come and gone, you’re probably inclined to stick your feet back into a pair of closed toed shoes. Nonetheless, if you take a little time to care for your feet before they go back into seasonal hibernation, they’ll be healthier come spring. Check out these footcare tips to make sure that your dogs aren’t barking this fall –

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Topics: Foot Care, Diabetic Footwear, diabetes blog

Stay-at-Home Workouts for Type 2 Diabetes

Posted by Will Knight on Aug 30, 2016 9:00:00 AM

Exercise is an important part of every type 2 diabetes management plan. Fortunately, it’s not impossible for you to include exercise as part of your diabetes management without leaving home. Here's how to create a home-based diabetes fitness plan that doesn't require a gym membership, fancy workout clothes, or expensive equipment.

The ADA recommends 30 minutes of moderate activity most days of the week. If you have trouble fitting in 30 minutes of exercise at a time, consider breaking it up into 10 minute segments.

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Topics: Diabetes Awareness, diabetic shoes, diabetes blog