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With 415 million people living with diabetes worldwide, we often still feel alone and unprepared. With diabetes bags made for organization and a community of people who are just like you, Myabetic will help you feel connected and prepared for every day with diabetes.
Posted by Jade Venhaus on December 20, 2019
I get it… living with diabetes can be a struggle. After living with diabetes for 19 years, I’ve learned how to live positively with this disease. Here are my tips for living your best life with diabetes: 1. Honor Your Feelings It’s okay not to feel okay! I recently went on a trip to Australia, and I was having the time of my life…minus the constant lows. It got to a point where I just broke down crying, but thankfully my fiancé assured me everything would be okay. Which of course I knew, but in the moment, I just...
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Posted by Jade Venhaus on December 19, 2019
I don’t know about you, but around the holidays I love to enjoy a tasteful holiday beverage! The problem is that most holiday beverages are full of sugar and not exactly diabetes friendly. So, I’ve created a diabetes friendly holiday drink! It can be made alcoholic or non-alcoholic. Here is what you’ll need to make a Diabetes Friendly Holiday Moscow Mule: 1. Alcoholic Version 1 Shot of Vodka 2 oz. Diet Cranberry Juice 4 oz. Diet Ginger Beer ½ of a Freshly Squeezed Lime Cranberries & Rosemary (for garnishes) Note: these are the portions I recommend, but you...
Posted by Jade Venhaus on November 21, 2019
If you’re anything like me, you might want to bring your own dish for the holidays. I always like to bring something that is diabetes friendly, tasty, and a bit healthy! One of my favorite recipes is Buffalo Cauliflower. Here is what you’ll need to make Buffalo Cauliflower: 1. Ingredients Cauliflower Sauce of your choice (I recommend Frank’s RedHot Buffalo Wing sauce) Olive Oil Butter Salt Garlic Powder Lemon Other things you will need: Baking Sheet Cooking Tray Large Bowl 2. Preparation Preheat the oven to 450 degrees. Get cooking tray and place onto a...
Posted by Jade Venhaus on October 29, 2019
Managing diabetes during the holidays can be stressful, but with some extra planning, you can put your mind at ease! This year will be my 20th Thanksgiving with diabetes, and I have some helpful tips to share with you: 1. Know Your Carb Counts Familiarize yourself with the carb count of your favorite Thanksgiving dishes. I recommend using Beyond Type 1’s Thanksgiving Chart to more accurately count your carbs. You should be able to eat whatever you want, just don’t forget to count your carbs and consume in moderation as needed. 2. Be on Your Blood Sugar Game...
Posted by Jade Venhaus on October 02, 2019
Living with diabetes can be a bit tricky huh? When I was first diagnosed with diabetes 19 years ago, my Dad wasn’t sure if I’d be able to do “normal” kid things like trick or treat. Though even at the age of 7, I was fearless and knew I could do anything I wanted. So, we decided that year I’d trick or treat anyways! Here is what I recommend for a great Halloween with diabetes: 1. Eat a Meal Prior to Trick or Treating To have the best Halloween experience, it is important to get your child’s blood sugars...
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