This entry was posted in Artificial Pancreas and tagged Artificial Pancreas, diabetes on July 28, 2013 by mykpp. Since our family of three diabetics recently changed insurance, we had to start using new blood sugar testing meters.
This entry was posted in Diabetes Journal and tagged Accu-Chek, blood sugar meter, diabetes, Freestyle Lite, insurance, One Touch on March 7, 2013 by mykpp. This entry was posted in Tips & Ideas and tagged 5K, cami bra, cellular phone, gym, runner, sports bra, workout on February 19, 2013 by mykpp. The pharmacist greets me at the drive-thru window with my varied collection of bags when he sees my car in the line.
However, last month my husband started a new job with new health and prescription coverage.
After I returned to my pharmacy, I made everyone wait behind me while I meticulously updated everyone’s medical information in my family. This entry was posted in Tips & Ideas and tagged app store, carb counting, diabetes, facebook, google+, pinterest, resolutions, social media, twitter, You Tube on January 16, 2013 by mykpp. The following chart shows where popular sodas (and a few other things) fall on the pH scale. In general, diet sodas tend to be less acidic than their sugary counterparts, but only slightly.
Regardless of what you drink, be sure to consume it in moderation and balance it with plenty of water. I never drink soda, I drink a lot of water, one cup of coffee in the morning and one cup of tea for the breakfast. I drink soda sweetened with stevia and usually about 1 every two weeks, sometimes once a month.


I have heard of this effect but the graph really makes the point about drinking soda and which kind.
As I was reaching for the canola oil in my cupboard last week while doing some baking, I got to looking at the different oils I have on hand. When deciding what kind of oil you are going to buy, consider three things 1) what it will be used for, 2) how much it costs, and 3) nutrition.
Watch our recent ‘How To’ video and learn how to make your own salad dressing using the oils in your cupboard. Jody GatewoodJody Gatewood is a Registered Dietitian who enjoys spending time in the kitchen baking and preparing meals for her family. Are you a pumper that is keeping track of the progress of this revolution in diabetic care? 23rd, I realized how odd it is that we never mention how handy our Women’s cami bra is for working out. However, while sugar is generally more harmful than helpful, that is actually not the main reason that soda is bad for teeth.
Even fruit juice, which is still very acidic and contains a lot of added sugar, is better for your teeth than soda. Remember to always practice good dental habits like brushing and flossing daily, as doing so will reduce your risk of cavities making for a happier, healthier mouth. The canola oil and olive oil are at the front of the cupboard because those are the ones I use most often but I also have peanut oil and sesame oil. If you missed the article last month detailing the work being done on the software (control algorithm) part of the artificial pancreas project, then follow the link below to Medical News Today to learn more. As you can imagine, soda is pretty bad for your teeth, but are certain sodas worse than others?


However, if you can’t stay away from the bubbly beverage, try one of these solutions to protect your teeth. You’ll notice olive oil is more expensive than canola or vegetable oil, but keep in mind that typically recipes call for small amounts of olive oil so a bottle lasts a long time.
Here we’ll explore why soda is bad for your teeth, which ones are the worst, and options for saving your teeth without giving up the soda. This is a problem because acid dissolves tooth enamel, which causes teeth to weaken and become more cavity-prone. Root beer does not contain phosphoric or citric acid, and is therefore the least acidic soft drink with a pH of 4.0. Oils high in monounsaturated fats are particularly heart healthy because they lower LDL levels, the ‘bad’ kind of cholesterol. The other new one I noticed was called Omega and was a combination of canola and extra virgin olive oil. For baking, I like to use canola oil but for roasting or sauteing vegetables, I use olive oil.
Replacing the fats and oils that are higher in saturated and trans fats with those higher in monounsaturated and polyunsaturated fats is good for your health.



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