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What Happens When We Eat?
Hyperglycemia Can Cause Serious Long-Term Problems
Keeping Blood Glucose on Target Is Key to Managing Diabetes
Two Main Types of Diabetes
Type 1 Diabetes
Managing Type 1 Diabetes
The Type 2 Diabetes Epidemic
Can Type 2 Diabetes Be Prevented?
Type 2 Diabetes
Symptoms of Type 2 Diabetes
Treatment for Type 2 Diabetes May Change Over a Lifetime
The Good News About Diabetes
Pre-diabetes or Diabetes?
Know Your Target Blood Glucose Range
Diabetes Management Plan
Choosing a Meal Plan
Total Carbohydrates Count
Control Portion Sizes
Cut Down on Fat and Cholesterol
Make Healthier Food Choices
More Tips for Healthy Eating
Using the Food Pyramid
Using a Food Label
Tips For Healthier Eating at Home
Tips For Healthier Eating Dining Out
Modest Weight Loss… Major Gain in Health
Use Alcohol Safely
Good News About Physical Activity
Getting Started With Physical Activity
Physical Activity: Keep It Fun
Aim for More Aerobic Activity
Tips for Safe Medication Use
Causes of Hyperglycemia (High Blood Glucose)
Diabetes Increases the Risk of Large Blood Vessel Damage
Take Steps to Reduce Risk Factors for Heart Disease
Diabetes Can Lead to Nerve and Small Blood Vessel Damage
Good News for Type 1 Diabetes
Good News for Type 2 Diabetes
Adopt a Healthy Lifestyle
Keep Your Blood Pressure In Check
Managing Diabetes Is a Lifelong Process
Learn How to Manage Stress
Resources for People with Diabetes
Maintain a healthy weight Aim for Fitness Build a Healthy Base Choose Sensibly.
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