Costco Diabetes Store Tour...and much, much more.

​​ This week, on the Health and Humor Show, we did an audio overview of the Costco Diabetes Store Tour pdf (the link to pdf article is provided below). 45 pages/slides long, the document is a wonderful overview not only of the diabetic products offered by Costco, but also a comprehensive look at the vast variety of heathy food options available at Costco Wholesale. The audio interview starts approximately 13 minutes into our show; we hope you enjoy the overview and check out the pdf as well as the several articles listed below, also written on healthy shopping ideas at Costco. As you can see on my blog, I had the opportunity to also write an article on diabetic products available at Costco.

Diabetes and sick day management

Diabetes is a chronic, yet manageable disease. Data from the National Diabetes Statistics Report, 2014 (released June 10, 2014) ( states that approximately 29.1 million Americans have diabetes, and another 86 million American have prediabetes. Although diabetes is not “curable”, the chronic condition can be controlled/ maintained with proper education, knowledgeable food and activity choices, and comprehensive health care ( daily testing, annual health examinations, preventive healthcare practice are a few examples). In the event that a person with diabetes (PWD) becomes sick, there are guidelines to ensure that early treatment and monitori

Hypoglycemia and Hyperglycemia- know the differences.

Hypoglycemia (low blood sugar) and hyperglycemia (high blood sugar) are both considered diabetic emergencies; thus, requiring prompt treatment to avoid complications. Knowledge of these conditions, by diabetic persons, their care takers and the general public is important, as many symptoms can be mistaken for other conditions. Delay in proper timely treatment can have devastating effects. Hypoglycemia is defined as a blood sugar level below 70mg/dl (although some people feel fine with blood sugar levels in this range). Signs and symptoms of hypoglycemia can include any of the following: staggering or poor coordination, irritability, combative behavior, slurred speech, confusion, hunger, exce

The epidemic of prediabetes

​ The Centers for Disease Control released the latest update on diabetes in the United States: 29.1 million diabetics and 86 million prediabetics. This article will touch briefly on the prediabetic epidemic occurring throughout America. Diabetes is a chronic, yet manageable disease process. Knowledge is power. First, though, one must know the facts. Prediabetes often has no symptoms. Prediabetes is defined as “higher than normal blood sugar levels” but not high enough to meet the diagnosis criteria for diabetes. Unfortunately, left untreated, prediabetes can cause health issues, and progress to diabetes. Symptoms for diabetes may include any of the following. As these symptoms may also repr

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