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Be a superstar and eat superfoods. There are all kinds of delicious, healthy foods available to diabetics.

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8 Steps to Kick-Start Your Diabetes Treatment Plan

Follow these steps to learn more about diabetes, and start moving toward a healthy lifestyle.

Living With Diabetes

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Beyond Insulin: New Treatments

Fifty-eight percent of adults with diabetes use oral medications and 12 percent use insulin. These treatments aren't the only options.
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The Skinny on Common Sugar Substitutes

There are all kinds of artificial sweeteners that can take the place of sugar. But which ones are the best for diabetics?
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The Benefits of Soy for Diabetes

Soy is packed with nutrients and may be beneficial for people with diabetes.
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Avoiding Diabetes Burnout

It's tough to keep up with a diabetes treatment plan. But shaking things up can keep you focused.
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4 Ways Alcohol Affects Diabetes

Is it okay to have a drink if you're diabetic? Find out how alcohol fits into your diabetes care plan.

Managing Diabetes with Exercise

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Physical Activity for Diabetics

Staying active with diabetes can have significant benefits on your body.

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Exercise and Blood Sugar Levels

Before you lace up your sneakers and start exercising, it's important to understand how exercise affects your blood sugar.

Mealtime Insulin Basics

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Is Mealtime Insulin Right for You?

Mealtime insulin is a good way to regulate blood sugar and prevent complications from diabetes, but it's not for everyone.
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Finding the Right Mealtime Insulin

There are two different kinds of mealtime insulin available -- which one is the right one for you?

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