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While we all can benefit from a healthier diet, that is especially true for those who are on the brink of Type II Diabetes. A failure to maintain a balanced diet could mean insulin shots or emergency medication.
We’ve put together a list of food groups that are especially beneficial to those looking for a healthier diet, as well as some diabetes-friendly recipes. As daunting as the challenge to overhaul one’s diet can seem, it’s very possible to switch to a diet that’s as good to your taste buds as it is to the rest of your body. Continue reading
When we’re on the go and looking for a quick and sweet pick-me-up, grabbing a pastry or other carb-heavy treat can be very tempting. But for those of us familiar with the sudden post-carb energy crash or looking to better manage our weight because of health concerns like diabetes, we know that finding a way to curb those carb cravings is the key to feeling better and healthier. But for anyone who has tried to ditch carbs and sugars cold turkey, knows that the task can be a difficult one, as those cravings quickly return with a vengeance. Thankfully there are plenty of practical (i.e. not extreme) ways of curbing those cravings. Try these tips to avoid feeling deprived or cranky. Continue reading
Eating healthy with diabetes doesn’t mean your food has to be tasteless. There are plenty of ways to enjoy flavorful feasts that still fit into your diet and don’t take long to prepare. So, whether you or someone you love has diabetes, we here at N-Style ID have rounded up some of our favorite delicious and easy diabetic recipes. These recipes are low in sugar and carbs and perfect for you to try out at home tonight.
Shrimp Marinated in Lime Juice and Dijon Mustard
What happens when the worlds of fashion and medical needs meet? Medical jewelry has been around for many years, but it has taken a new turn of awareness for many people who are suffering from different diseases and conditions. Those with medical badges have been reluctant to wear them due to their bulky sizes and appearance. Because of this, there has been a big shift in the appearance of the medical jewelry in the last few years and more options continue to come out as well. There are now many different pieces available in necklaces, bracelets and charms.
These pieces look like fashionable pieces of jewelry, but also have a medical symbol on the outward side and any specifics on the opposite side. When someone feels like the piece of jewelry is not an eye sore, they are more likely to wear it; so more and more people are satisfied with putting this very important piece of jewelry on every single day.