When you're "not allowed" to eat foods you love, you may develop feelings of restriction and deprivation which lead to powerful cravings and overeating.
Coping with environmental and emotional triggers on top of holiday eating and stress can feel overwhelming. Here's a recipe for mindful eating.
Take this Exercise Personality quiz to identify your unique exercise personality traits to find physical activity that you will enjoy and stick to!
Weight loss is not the goal of diabetes self-management. The goal is to manage your blood sugars to allow you to live a full and vibrant life.
Many people wonder if they should eat snacks or can eat desserts with diabetes. The Mindful Eating Cycle puts you in charge of these decisions.
MyPlate for diabetes: We designed this Eat What You Love, Love What You Eat with Diabetes Plate to help people with diabetes apply MyPlate tools.
A fear of eating carbs with diabetes can undermine your ability to make mindful decisions based on self-care. Learn how to overcome a fear of carbohydrates.
If you are not able to identify hunger, you'll have difficulty identifying hypoglycemia when you're on diabetes medication. Mindful eating helps!
People with diabetes often focus on following a meal plan but it's also important to connect with hunger to help manage diabetes.
If you've been struggling with your eating but not getting the results you want, ask yourself what you were thinking first. That is the first step to change your mindset.