So far I have written 454 articles for the Health Central Network about all aspects of diabetes. In March this website published five more of my new diabetes articles:
- Vacation Control. During almost all of March I was vacationing in New Zealand. Like most people, my attention wandered a bit from my normal tight control. My diet changed, but I kept it in check. Here's how.
- Sacha Inchi Seeds. Now I can bring you news of another seed that is every bit as good for us as flax and chia seeds -- and tastes even better. It goes by the strange name "sacha inchi."
- LipidLab Omega-3 Test. LipidLab is the second laboratory to offer us the essential test of our omega-3 fat levels. Both companies offer us special rates.
- Sources of Omega-3. Knowing where to get the omega-3 that is essential for a healthy heart matters. The good news, especially for vegetarians, is that seafood isn't the only source.
- Eating Too Fast. Eating slowly has been one of the hardest eating lessons that I have had to learn. Not until I admitted to a friend that I always eat too fast have I been able to control my eating speed. My acknowledgment to another person was the key to controlling my behavior. And maybe for you too.
Dr. Bernstein's Webcast
If you have any interest in controlling your diabetes by low-carb eating, one of the best resources is Dr. Richard K. Bernstein's monthly webcast. It's an hour of excellent diabetes education.
Dr. Bernstein's next live Tele-Seminar is Wednesday, April 28, at 8:00 PM EST, 7:00 PM CST, 6:00 PM MST, and 5:00 PM PST. He designed it to answer your most important questions concerning diabetes and to offer his thoughts on the latest developments in this area. The seminar is free. You can click here to register: http://www.diabetes911.net/askdrb/index.php. It's also available as a live webcast both on the Internet and by phone.
The special subject of this discussion is,"How much do I pay per year to treat my diabetes?"
Searching for My Articles
Whenever you want to find anything that I have written about diabetes -- whether on my website or on the Health Central Network -- the easiest way is to use the search tool on my site. You can search for all of the articles on my site or for the "Diabetes Developments" blog or the "Fitness and Photography for Fun" blog or what I have written at Health Central.
Just go to mendosa.com/search and check which one of the four sites you want to search and enter what you want to find in the search block.
The Health Central Network will now notify you by email of new articles (SharePosts) by me or anyone who posts at HealthCentral.com. Just click on "Subscribe" at the top of each of my articles or on my "Profile" page.
Each month I describe and link my new Health Central articles here. But you can also use a blog reader to keep up with my articles more quickly. I use Bloglines, as I describe in my article, “Reading Health Blogs.” Go to Bloglines, click on feeds, click on add, (both in left pane), then in center pane enter at “Blog or Feed URL” click on www.healthcentral.com/diabetes/c/17/rss/. Alternatively, you can subscribe to my new articles at Health Central by taking your browser to http://www.bloglines.com/sub/http://www.healthcentral.com/diabetes/c/17/.
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