dLife Recipe Book PDF

 

Enjoy this special collection of 18 delicious, diabetes-friendly recipes, as prepared on dLifeTV.

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Last Modified Date: February 10, 2015

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by Nicole Purcell
Thinking a lot about diabetes lately. And talking about it a lot. That happens in disclosing diabetes to someone new - and close - in life. It must be discussed. Symptoms, management, emergency protocol, blah blah blah. But it's nice when what it actually feels like is discussed too - and when the person you're talking with really wants to understand. In all of this, I came upon what I think is an apt description of diabetes. It's like a really bratty child that has taken...