Black Friday quickly approaching, millions of Americans are already
preparing for the holiday “shop ‘til you drop” marathon. But for the
24 million Americans living with diabetes, it is critical to plan
beyond getting the best sale to ensure diabetes doesn’t interfere with
Marc Wolf, registered pharmacist and CEO of Diabetic Care Services (http://www.DiabeticCareServices.com), provides the following tips to help people with diabetes prepare for the holiday shopping season.
I was contacted
recently by Diabetic Care Services to review a product called Glucose RapidSpray.As a result, it is my pleasure to be able to
offer ten of my readers a FREE bottle of Glucose RapidSpray.
All you have to do
is comment on this post with a tip on how to keep your blood sugar in check during
the holiday season.Be sure to leave
your email address so that I may contact you for your mailing address if you
are a winner.
I will pick 10
winners at random on Wednesday. November 18, 2009.
Even if I can’t be
proud of my diabetic a1c, I can be proud of my cholesterol numbers.My doctor has me on a statin drug as a
preventative and it is working wonderfully.Here is the breakdown of my cholesterol numbers.
My diabetic a1c was
a whopping 7.5 this past quarter.That’s
up from 6.2. I’m not proud of it.It’s left
me discouraged and wondering if I’m human or just plain lazy.In all honesty, I’m probably a little bit of