Last month HealthCentral published six more of my diabetes articles about all aspects of the condition:
Painless Testing for Diabetes
Unfortunately, if you are reading my article about the Genteel lancing device here for the first time, it’s too late to get the $30 discount. But it’s still the only painless way to check our blood sugar level and a bargain at any price.
Hunger is Not the Enemy of Diabetes
We get less hungry when we follow a very low-carb diet. And the little hunger that we do get can actually help us.
When Remission is Better Than a Cure for Diabetes
People with diabetes want a cure! But for some of us remission is better.
Manage Your Diabetes with Diabetes University
You can now see the first sessions where Dr. Richard K. Bernstein guides us through the thickets of diabetes.
The Difference Between Types of Diabetes
Finding whether they have type 1 or type 2 diabetes concerns some people. But even doctors can’t always figure it out.
Vegetarian and Low-carb Diets for Diabetes
The two healthiest diets work well together for managing our diabetes.
Fitness and Photograph for Fun:
Last month I published two more of my articles on staying fit by getting the activity we need. Photography gets me to hike, and hiking keeps me fit:
The Road Less Traveled
The road through the wilder parts of Sawhill Ponds mostly isn’t even a trail. But it provided a couple of lovely sightings, including a Tundra Swan.
Time Passes Slowly
The best way to see nature is slowly, at its pace. To relax some stress I did that by sitting two hours at Josh’s Pond, watching the birds and wildlife there.
New Flickr Site
I keep added some of my favorites nature photographs on Flickr.com. In the past month I have added several more. You can find them the easiest way by clicking here.
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 available free either on the Internet or by phone. You can click here to register http://www.diabetes911.net/askdrb/index.php.
To register for the webcast, just go to www.askdrbernstein.com and register for free.
The webcast is available for five days at www.askdrbernstein.com, and then it is moved over to www.thebernsteinconnection.com, where a membership fee provides access all of his videos, webcasts, and transcripts.
Dr. Bernstein's next live webcast will be on Wednesday, January 28, 2015, at 7PM CST, 8PM EST, 6PM MST, 5PM PST. He designed it to answer your most important questions concerning diabetes and to offer his thoughts on the latest developments in this area.
Searching for My Articles
Whenever you want to find anything that I have written about diabetes -- whether on my website or on HealthCentral 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 HealthCentral, which is now a part of Remedy Health Media.
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Archives: I now send out Diabetes Update once a month. Previous issues are online at Older Issues.