Diabetes Resources & Tips

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Resources for Diabetes


The Diabetes Wellness Council

CDC

http://bit.ly/DiabetesBasicsCDC


ADA 

http://bit.ly/LivingWithDiabetesADA


MyPlate 

http://bit.ly/HelloMyPlate


Learning About Diabetes

http://bit.ly/LearningAboutDiabetes


Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation

http://bit.ly/FindAChapterJDRF


Diabetes Support Group - Diabetes Services Offered


Diabetes Services Offered

Diabetes education services include both individuals and group sessions. 


Vision Source

http://bit.ly/VisionSourceSeaside


Coastal Podiatry Associates

http://bit.ly/CoastalPodiatry


Falk Family Chiropractic

http://bit.ly/FalkFamilyChiropractic


Alexis Elliott | LCSW | LISW-CP | CDE

Licensed Mental Health Provider

Behavioral Health Specialist

Certified Diabetes Educator

Health Coach

Diabetes and Obesity - Treatment Strategies 

(843)-883-2400

alexis@dotscoaching.life

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5 Snack Tips for Diabetics

  

1. Portion Sizes are Key 
- Manage blood glucose
- Avoid weight gain
- Measuring cups are helpful for precise portions 

2. Plan Ahead & Pack a Healthy Snack 
- Stock up on healthy options for on-the-go - Resist trips to the vending machine

3. Avoid Mindless Snacking 
- In front of the TV, computer, eating, or driving - Could lead to uncontrollable eating 

4. Count Your Carbs 
- Especially fruits & vegetables = 15-30 grams for snacks 

5. ★FRUITS: Fresh, frozen or canned without added sugars 

6. ★VEGGIES: 3-5 servings EACH day, fresh, frozen or canned, 
and juices without added sodium, fat or sugar. 


7. Stabilize your Snack with Fiber & Protein 
- Key components for a balanced blood-sugar stabilizing snack 

8. ★FIBER: 2-3 grams
★PROTEIN: 6-7 grams