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ADW Diabetes
We do more than just offer products. In an ongoing commitment to working together for a healthier, more active lifestyle.
We do more than just offer products. In an ongoing commitment to working together for a healthier, more active lifestyle.

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I get some great questions from clients. They inspire me with article ideas and keep me in tune with diabetic pet owners. I enjoy interacting with our readers, and sometimes the questions are worthy of a newsletter. I bet if one person has this question and takes the time to write me, there are likely lots of folks with a similar question. Let’s jump right in and talk about this one about insulin resistance and regulating a diabetic kitty:

#Diabetes #Cats #Meow #Health #Insulin #DiabeticKitty #Kitty #AskDrJoi

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2016 has been a year full of exciting news for those who have diabetes. Learn how new technology in diabetes that may help you. Understand what new insulin pump may be available to you. See why they are saying it is the closest thing to an artificial pancreas. Find out about new diabetes medication that were FDA approved in 2016. Review some needed nutritional tips to make you healthier in the coming year. Understand the best way to treat hypoglycemia. Discover how even small amounts of exercise can lead you to better insulin sensitivity. Feel your best!

#Diabetes #Technology #Pancreas #Insulin #Medication #Nutrition #Hypoglycemia #HealthyLiving

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"I recently got a letter asking me to help choose the best insulin syringe for a pet. So today I’ll first explain the goofy lingo we use to describe insulin syringes and then discuss needles and pens and syringe volume. It’s really quite simple once you break it down. Some of it is critical to proper dosing and some of it is merely personal preference." -Dr. Joi

#Diabetes #Cat #Dog #Insulin #Health #ThursdayThoughts

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Since 2005 there has been discussion about type 3 diabetes. Find out what type 3 diabetes really is. Learn how it is related to insulin resistance. Understand the many things you can do to feel better and reduce the risk of type 3 diabetes. Find out what foods may be beneficial. Identify which supplements may be worth taking.

#Diabetes #WednesdayWisdom #Type3Diabetes #Alzheimers #Brain #Health #DiabetesTips #DiabetesBlog #BrainBoosters #AlzheimersAwareness #Type2 #Type2Diabetes #DiabetesT2

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There is a wide variety of mislabeled snack foods that are not really what they claim to be. It is essential for people with diabetes to read beyond the marketing hype and get the facts that are often found in small print on labels. Discover the advertising words used to mislead buyers into thinking certain snack foods are healthier choices.

#MondayMotivation #Diabetes #EatingHealthy #HealthyLiving #Food #Healthy #Snacks #EatingWell #EatingRight #EatingGood #DiabetesLife #DiabetesType2

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It has been a tough time to watch your food intake during the last few months due to the holidays with or without diabetes. Understand what basic changes you can make to give your health an edge in the New Year. Learn what you should and should not include on a daily basis. Find out what may be causing you to make poor choices. Discover how easy it really can be.

#Diabetes #EatingTips #Healthy #Eating #HealthyLiving #Food

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"A reader recently asked me what I thought of health insurance for pets. As the owner of a veterinary practice, I can tell you I have insurance out the wazoo, but I’m ambivalent about pet health insurance. I usually mention health insurance to new pet owners on their first exam. I do like it when my patients have health insurance, but I can’t tell who is the type to get insurance and who is not. Just as I don’t typically get the extended warranty when I buy an appliance, some folks would never consider health insurance on a pet. Today we will discuss the pros and cons of pet insurance." -Dr. Joi

#Cats #Dogs #Kitten #Puppy #Health #Insurance #Meow #Woof #AskDrJoi

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The risk of heart disease and stroke are nearly twice as high in people with diabetes. Heart disease is the leading cause of death in people who have type 2 diabetes. Discover the link between heart disease, stroke, and diabetes as well as ways to avoid cardiovascular problems.

#Diabetes #HeartHealthy #Health #HeartDIsease #Stroke #Prevention #MondayMotivation
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