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Did You Know?
- Strength training might be a beneficial exercise for people with Type 2 diabetes. You should speak with your healthcare provider to see if it could benefit you.– via WebMD
- There may be a link between gum disease and diabetes. That means people with diabetes should try to see the dentist regularly.– via Discuss Diabetes
- The GoMeals® mobile app for people with diabetes can help you find restaurants, look up nutritional information and track your daily eating habits.– via Go Meals
- Purdue University researchers found that people who eat almonds at breakfast – a low glycemic index food – were less likely to have spikes in blood sugar throughout the morning and after lunch.– via Institute of Food Technologists
- The International Diabetes Federation has written a charter of rights for people with diabetes and you can download it at idf.org.– via International Diabetes Federation