Common diabetes consultations:
Type 1 Diabetes
Type 2 Diabetes
Maturity Onset Diabetes of the Young (MODY)
Latent Autoimmune Diabetes in Adults (LADA)
New Onset Diabetes After Transplant (NODAT)
The relationship between food and diabetes can never be prioritized enough! It can be scary to navigate all the recommendations out there regarding low-carb, Atkins, Keto, low glycemic, etc diets without knowing whether it is appropriate for you and your lifestyle.
If you are non-insulin dependent with a diagnosis of diabetes, it is especially tempting to consider avoiding carbs for the rest of your life. However, that can be pretty depressing and also very unhealthy. Most of the foods that are delicious, nourishing, and nutrient bountiful come from carbohydrates!
If you are insulin dependent with a diagnosis of diabetes, it is ALSO especially tempting to consider avoiding carbs for the rest of your life, with the idea that if you do not eat carbs, then you do not need to inject insulin. Again, that can be pretty depressing and also very unhealthy. See where this is going?
Being able to enjoy the foods you love should not be conditional, just because you have a condition. That is to say, having diabetes does not mean you no longer have the privilege of eating and living happily. It just requires a little extra care and strategy.
Receive one on one guidance on what carbohydrates are, what foods affect your blood sugar, and how to implement those into your everyday dietary habits to maintain and reach your blood sugar goals.