Travelling With Diabetes Guide:
Get tips for travelling with diabetes including: planning your next vacation, what a diabetic should pack for travelling, and how to handle airport security & customs.
Ulta Lab Tests:
The LCDA has paired with Ulta Labs to ensure that all people can have affordable tests available to them. Many insurances do not cover labs or do cover, but patients wind up being charged excess fees for them. Ulta Labs offers all the same blood work, done by the same high-quality labs, for significantly less out of pocket money. It’s easy to use. The LCDA has set up some basic lab panels, and you can use those, and/or you can choose your own labs.
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Oopsie bread recipes:
Tasty and innovative ways to turn oopsie bread batter into many different meals.
Cauliflower bread, bagels, bread sticks and many more—check them out!
Yoga for Diabetes
Rachel Zinman is a senior yoga teacher and teacher trainer with over 30 years experience teaching nationally and internationally. Her book on Yoga for Diabetes will be published internationally in 2017. You can also find out more about Yoga for Diabetes on her blog.
American Diabetes Association
This is conventional diabetes organization designed to prevent and cure diabetes and to improve the lives of all people affected by diabetes.
Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation
The JDRF is the leading global organization funding T1D research.
International Diabetes Federation: Idf.org The IDF is an umbrella organization of over 230 national diabetes associations in 170 countries and territories.
This is a community of people with diabetes, family members, friends, supporters and carers, offering their own support and first hand knowledge.
This website by Sarah Howard is a leading source of information regarding studies and information environmental toxins as potential etiological factors in T1DM and T2DM.
This is an online community for kids, families and adults with diabetes. It is conventionally based, but has a wide variety of diabetes information and resources.
A conventionally based site designed to give news and information to medical professionals.
A very popular and highly respected Ketogenic based website run by Dr. Andreas Eenfeldt, rich with information on low carb, ketogenic diets and intermittent fasting.
An organization designed to “Make Sense of Diabetes,” it discusses a wide variety of topics regarding diabetes.
Nutrition and Diet Trackers and Apps
An Internet and smartphone app for recording one’s daily diet, and for analyzing macronutrients
Provides diet information for adults and pediatrics, including micronutrients such as omega-3 oils, zinc, and chromium
Internet and smartphone app for recording one’s daily diet, and for analyzing macronutrients
Analyzes carb and protein content in food per serving
Doc’s Diabetic Diary
This free phone app is designed to be both a diet diary and glucose graph. It can be emailed to your physician before your office visit.