10 Diabetic Friendly Easter Dishes You Should Try

The holidays can always be a challenging time for diabetics. Especially when not everyone in your family abides by or understand your dietary restrictions. As a mother in a household where my husband battled diabetes and neuropathy, I had to identify healthy, delicious dishes that would be appetizing for the whole family. To assist you I put together a list of 10 amazing Easter dishes you can use this Easter. 
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5 Healthy Alternative Halloween Treats

Did you know that during Halloween people consume more than 7,000 calories of sugar and that more than 600 million pounds of candy are given out each year? Now that’s a lot of sugar! But, there are alternative treats you can have this Halloween.  We gathered 5 alternative treats you can make or have this year. They are simple and most impo...
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Happy Father’s Day Dr. Jack!

It is admirable for a man to take his son fishing, but there is a special place in heaven for the father who takes his daughter shopping. – John Sinor I really like that quote but in my home, it probably would have read “shooting” rather than shopping! Does it count as “shopping” if your dad has you drive him to Walmart for yellow golf ba...
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9 Ways To Show Appreciation To Your Doctor

Your healthcare provider plays a vital role in your health and wellness, so in acknowledgment of her efforts, we offer 9 ways to show appreciation to your doctor.   Doctors, like us, have good days and bad days, and they have personalities and social lives of their own. Their profession often requires them to sacrifice predictability in order to...
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15 Low-Carb St. Patrick’s Day Recipes You Can Try Today

Holidays sometimes complicate efforts to make healthy food choices, but these low-carb St. Patrick’s Day recipes will help you celebrate without feeling like you’re missing out. These 15 recipes will allow you to enjoy the celebration without feeling guilty. Corned beef hash This dish frequently prompts us to think of St. Patrick’s Day but, i...
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Can I Get Disability and a Handicap Parking Sign For Having Neuropathy?

If you have diabetes and suffer from nerve damage as a result, it’s possible that you’ll qualify for disability due to diabetic neuropathy. Because high blood sugar can damage the body’s delicate nerve fibers, those with neuropathy may experience lessened ability to walk, stand, or control muscle movements. In some cases, chronic pain results, f...
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