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It’s Nutrition Month, and now is the perfect time to have a closer look at your diet. In this Diabetes Current, discover the DASH dietary plan, the benefits of swapping in lower GI foods, and our ongoing research on the potential link between vitamin D and glucose tolerance.
Ever heard of the glycemic index? It can be an important factor in controlling your blood sugar.
Originally developed to prevent and treat high blood pressure, the DASH eating plan has also been found to improve blood sugar control in those with type 2 diabetes. It may be the ideal eating plan for you!
Dr. Claudia Gagnon, a Canadian Diabetes Association-funded researcher at Université Laval, is studying people who have glucose intolerance and vitamin D deficiency to discover what role vitamin D plays in the development of diabetes.
Donating your used clothing to Clothesline could be YOUR ticket to a trip for four to Barbados.
Maritime provinces are hosting free workshops this spring for people living with or affected by diabetes. Learn healthy ways to manage your diabetes and increase your physical activity by setting S.M.A.R.T goals!
On March 6, 2013, Vancouver’s business and community leaders gathered at the Baubles for Banting gala in support of children and youth living with type 1 diabetes. Through the support of sponsors, volunteers, donors and staff, $100,000 was raised for the Canadian Diabetes Association’s D-Camps!