By Jo Cox; Reviewed by Hope S. Warshaw, RD, CDE, BC-ADM, 2012
Before you were diagnosed with diabetes, chances are your schedule was filled with work and family, leaving little time for taking care of yourself. Now your health care provider is encouraging you to make lifestyle changes, such as choosing healthier foods, becoming more physically active, and testing your blood glucose (blood sugar). This new diabetes regimen might seem daunting, but with a one-step-at-a-time approach, you can successfully achieve a healthy and active lifestyle and manage your diabetes care.
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