Maybe the most common question I get from patients is “how can I get rid of my diabetes?” Well, in spite of what you may see in ads for supplements or in promises of fad diets the answer is almost certainly “NO.” But, so what? The real question is can you manage diabetes to preserve your long term health? That answer is YES![Read more…] about Can I Get Rid Of (reverse, cure…) My Diabetes?
To manage diabetes effectively there is a lot to know. And even when you think you know a lot, something about diabetes will still surprise you. Here are five surprising things about diabetes – you’ll probably know some, but I’ll bet you don’t know all five.[Read more…] about 5 Surprising Facts About Diabetes
The “keto” (ketogenic) diet has been a “thing” for a while now, and its severe restriction to carbohydrates in the diet might suggest it’s a “thing” that could work for diabetes. See what Toby has to say about the “keto” diet.
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Managing diabetes can be complicated, but not always. Here’s a simple mealtime trick that can minimize blood sugar spikes after eating.
Hi everyone…..Toby Smithson at DiabetesEveryDay coming to you today with credible and practical nutrition advice to help better manage your diabetes. Please subscribe to my channel and leave comments….I want to hear what you have to say.[Read more…] about A Simple Trick To Better Manage Blood Sugar
OK….we like to have some fun with videos now and then. Is there a big secret that can cure diabetes? Watch and see.
I’m really pleased with the Spring 2020 issue of Diabetic Living magazine. Not only does my regular column sport a new name (now Dear Toby) and a new photo, but my book Diabetes Meal Planning and Nutrition For Dummies made their list of “books to support and empower your journey with diabetes” called Help on the Shelf.
Diabetic Living is a print-only publication so grab a copy at your local book store or pharmacy. Better yet, subscribe – it’s a great magazine.