The Anodyne Journal

Podiatry Management: Profiles in Excellence 2018

Posted by Lindsey Kanter on Jul 9, 2018 11:07:07 AM

We are incredibly thankful to be featured in Podiatry Management's Profiles in Excellence 2018. 

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Topics: Podiatry Management, Profiles in Excellence 2018, Anodyne Shoes, Anodyne Blog, Anodyne, Diabetic Footwear, Diabetic Feet, Diabetic Technology, Health is Wealth, Diabetic Health

Anodyne's Scanner

Posted by Lindsey Kanter on Jul 2, 2018 10:10:56 AM

 

Exactly what is our “scanner?” 

Anodyne has raised the bar in terms of custom inserts/orthotics. Historically, custom orthotics were made by using foam impressions of the patient’s foot. We have created a much more efficient way of this process through our scanning technology.

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Topics: diabetic shoes, Anodyne, Diabetic Health, Foot Care, Anodyne Blog, Diabetic Foot Health, Anodyne Scanner, Diabetic Technology

Guilt-Free Cookies

Posted by Lindsey Kanter on Jun 29, 2018 10:33:47 AM
 

Fresh cookies that satisfy any sweet tooth and are HEALTHY! These guilt-free cookies are packed with fiber, antioxidants & anti-inflammatory properties.

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Topics: Diabetic Friendly Recipes, Summer Recipes, Health is Wealth, diabetes blog, Anodyne, Healthy Pancakes, Carbohydrate Consistent Diet, American Diabetes, Diabetic Health, Diabetes Awareness

True or False: Bunions CAN be prevented.

Posted by Lindsey Kanter on Jun 20, 2018 9:00:00 AM

I’m guessing if you are reading this post, you may have a bunion, family history of bunions or could be concerned with your feet in someway. For many of us, we may have conditions in which we were bound to eventually enduring bunion surgery. Although for others, you can incorporate one small change to avoid potential bunion surgery!

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Topics: Anodyne, Diabetic Footwear, diabetes blog, Bunion Prevention, Living with Diabetes, Anodyne Blog, Diabetic Health

3 Questions To Ask Yourself Today (June 13th, 2018)

Posted by Lindsey Kanter on Jun 13, 2018 10:55:00 AM

 

The fit of a shoe can effect an individuals health and well being on multiple levels. If a shoe doesn't fit properly, an individual may experience issues from skin irritation to even joint problems. It is important to note,  there are many opinions and misconceptions when it comes to fitting shoes. Whether you receive advice from your local shoe store or a friend, it may be doing more harm than good.

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Topics: diabetic shoes, Anodyne, Diabetic Health, Foot Care, Anodyne Blog, Diabetic Foot Health

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: diabetes blog, Diabetic Health

9 Natural At-Home Remedies for Swollen Feet and Ankles

Posted by Billy Kanter on Feb 23, 2018 4:48:23 PM

Sore feet, swelling, inflammation and related foot complications can be a product of various sources. If you experience any of these, it’s important to see your podiatrist or primary care physician so that s/he can properly diagnose what you’re dealing with. One of the more common diagnoses for foot swelling and discomfort is a condition known as peripheral edema.

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Topics: diabetic shoes, Diabetic Health, Foot Care

American Diabetes Association Alert Day

Posted by Will Knight on Mar 28, 2017 10:12:32 AM

Held March 28, 2017, American Diabetes Association Alert Day is a day to sound the alarm about the prevalence of type 2 diabetes in American adults by asking America to take the American Diabetes Association Type 2 Diabetes Risk Test. The free, anonymous risk test is available online or via a one-sided handout, and only takes a minute to complete. With questions such as "Do you have a family history of diabetes" and "Are you physically active," participants can learn if they’re at risk for type 2 diabetes in 60 seconds.

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Topics: Diabetic Health

Diabetic Friendly Pot Roast

Posted by Will Knight on Mar 6, 2017 3:16:13 PM

You can throw this roast in a low-temperature oven roasting pan early in the afternoon, then go run errands and have dinner waiting when you get home! These few ingredients create a sensational gravy that’s great over brown rice or barley.

Amount:

14 servings/serving size: 4 ounces beef plus 1/2 cup vegetables

Ingredients:

1 (4-pound) beef sirloin tip roast, trimmed of fat

6 cloves garlic, sliced or 1 tablespoon garlic powder

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Topics: Diabetic Friendly Recipes, Diabetic Health

7 Life Hacks for Living with Type 1 Diabetes

Posted by Will Knight on Feb 22, 2017 9:00:00 AM

There are many components to proper management of type 1 diabetes. It’s a lifelong commitment that requires extreme diligence and almost constant awareness. Here are 7 life hacks for dealing with the daily struggles of living with type 1 diabetes.

  1. Keep a travel-size bottle of hand cream in your purse, brief case, or backpack. Dry skin is an irritating side effect of diabetes, but moisturizing often can help eliminate the itch.
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Topics: Diabetic Health, Diabetes Awareness