To Keto or Not to Keto...What you need to know

Posted by Jane Stevenson,BSc, PDt, Type 1 '05, Pumper '06, CGM '16 on Jun 21, 2018 1:32:31 PM

It’s no secret that the keto craze has become popular in the dieting world as of late. A quick Google search reveals nearly 76 million results with many websites peddling cookbooks, supplements, and meal plans, and touting their advice as the “ultimate guide to keto.” But let’s back up for a second, what does keto even mean? And what does it have to do with diabetes?

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Tags: diabetes, diabetes and food, type1 diabetes, diabetes diet, losing weight with diabetes, diabetes control, keto diet, managing diabetes

10 Signs of Eating Disorders in People with Diabetes

Posted by Virtue Bajurny, BSW, MSW, RSW Type 1 '94, Pumper 2009 on Jun 2, 2018 5:00:00 PM

In today’s society—where we are bombarded with images and messages about how to eat, take care of ourselves and look— it is not uncommon for people to feel dissatisfied with their body shape, size, or features. However, there is a point at which this ‘normative discontent’ can grow into unhealthy relationships with food, body image, and/or body weight.

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Tags: anxiety, mental health, diabetes counselling, diabetes stress, handling the stress of diabetes care, diabetes and mental health, eating disorders, diabetes and food