Helpful Online Diabetic Resources

bdubya55 Posts: 506 Member
Hi there, Type 2 Diabetes Support Group! :drinker:

The following is a list of online diabetic communities I've found to be very educational, beneficial and helpful over the years towards my diabetes self-care goals.

Each site is unique and beneficial, packed with invaluable information for those new to diabetes, in addition to those veteran diabetics wanting a refresher course too.

Additionally they’re designed to answer your questions, ease your confusion and frustration. Knowledge is one of the best tools for managing diabetes.

Copy and paste any one of these helpful and informative links of interest below in to your web browzer. (The Canadian Diabetes Association)

~ Will Dubois is a Diabetes Author, Educator and Advocate and a diabetes patient himself. He dedicates his life to help people with diabetes in rural New Mexico, as Diabetes Coordinator at the Pecos Valley Medical Center. He has written a book called "Taming the Tiger", meant to help people during their first year with diabetes.

~Mayo Clinic, a leading national healthcare practice, education and research institution, has provided this information covering the basics you need to know.

~Joslin Diabetes Center, located in Boston, Massachusetts, is the world's largest diabetes research and clinical care organization. Joslin is dedicated to ensuring that people with diabetes live long, healthy lives and offers real hope and progress toward diabetes prevention and a cure. Joslin is an independent, nonprofit institution affiliated with Harvard Medical School.
Copy and paste this link above to your web browzer. Good a article, check it out.

Another good resource below.

~Calorie King, has been a very valuable site to me for nutritional information, taking a lot of the guesswork out of carbohydrate counting. Their database is huge!

Wishing everyone here living with his condition, continuous improvement and good health!

~ Bob