Published by Desang Ltd the aim of this newsletter is to bring news and information to people living with diabetes. Please check all matters
concerning how you handle your health with your healthcare team. We welcome any feedback on the magazine or ideas for future articles.
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These things are
red for a reason (OK, not all
chillis are red),
but they're virtually carb-free and
MAKING CARBS COUNT:
We've a couple of neat ideas for
zizzing up your leftovers with tasty
sauces, as well as a fabulous new
flax milk full of Omegas 3 and 6.
Read about it on p.6.
Frightfully fresh stuff from the Fish
Society, plus sweet success with
Slim Fruits making an entrance
on the UK scene.
See more on p.4.
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For any queries please call our Bayer Diabetes Care Support team on 0845 600 6030 (Mon-Fri 8:30am - 5:30pm)
Hypos are a feature of living with diabetes.
They pretty much can't be avoided entirely, but
their frequency ought to be as few as possible.
Counting carbs, adjusting insulin doses and being wise
about exercise are part of day-to-day living and the
prevention of hypos. But if you're actually having one,
you also need to address it as soon as possible, and try
not to over-do it and get that post-hypo high! In our
feature we look at the array of hypo treatments that are
easy to carry around on a daily basis as well as look at
how new technology is trying to predict and avert them.
PLUS • New Products • Groovy giveaways • News (for T1 and T2)
But business as usual is best for
diabetics at Christmas
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