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Diabetes Developments - A blog on latest developments in diabetes by David Mendosa
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Making Better Muffins

May 1st, 2007 · No Comments

One of the advantages of having diabetes is the chance to try all sorts of different, new, and exciting foods. Maybe you haven’t experienced that yet, but people all over the country keep sending me diabetes-friendly products to try.

Most of them are healthy and tasty. Anyway, none of them have poisoned me yet. One of the most surprisingly good foods that I’ve had the pleasure of eating arrived a couple of days ago. [Read more →]

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Why and How to Eat Local

April 5th, 2007 · No Comments

The growing movement to eat locally grown food attracts most people because it’s good for the planet. But it’s good for our own bodies too.

Those of us who have diabetes are especially concerned with good nutrition. We have to be sure to get high quality without the large quantity of food that most of our fellow Americans eat. Earlier I wrote here that we know that organic food is more nutrient dense than the standard supermarket stuff. [Read more →]

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Honey

October 27th, 2006 · 3 Comments

Almost four years ago in my “Diabetes Update” newsletter I wrote about an ancient remedy that is being used again to treat stubborn wounds and ulcers. These ulcers are a major threat to anybody with diabetes who has neuropathy. [Read more →]

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The Dirty Dozen Foods

May 11th, 2006 · No Comments

The biggest natural foods markets, Whole Foods and Wild Oats , have the widest selection of organic food that you can find anywhere. But both chains also offer some so-called conventional produce. [Read more →]

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Eating Locally and Seasonally

May 10th, 2006 · No Comments

Community Supported Agriculture or CSA connects us to a local source of our food in season. While this makes sense for everyone, it is even more important for people with diabetes. [Read more →]

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