I don’t know about you, but sometimes I want something decadent to eat – despite being diabetic. I want a slice of cake with my cup of tea, especially if I’m celebrating with friends and family. Of course, Sweet Life has always shared recipes for treats as well as ordinary food, because we believe that […]
Hi there, We relocated a year ago from the good old Gauteng to Nottingham Road in the Midlands. I have Diabetes 1 and am looking for specialist physician, I have tried two one in Hilton and one in Pietermaritzburg. The one in Hilton sent me to be scanned for kidney failure, the radiologist found nothing […]
Hi everyone… It’s so heartening to read all of the posts on your website and learn from all of your experiences! It has inspired me to share my story on your website. I am a 40 year old Indian male. Two years ago (18 December 2013) to be exact, I had admitted my self to […]
Hi, Could you help with some information please? I’m a Type 1 diabetic and my eyes are always itchy and red, and it’s like the veins in my eyelids always throb… Is this normal? Thanks, Ash
We recently got an email from a reader who loves the Continuous Glucose Monitor (CGM) and asked us to write an article about it in Sweet Life magazine next year – we will! Here’s what he has to say about it. — I’ve been a Type 1 Diabetic since 2006 (at age 27). I’m on […]
A Type 1 diabetic from Zambia reaches out for diabetes support.
A Type 1 diabetic explains how he figured out what to do about high blood sugar after intense exercise.
The diabetes dawn phenomenon – when blood sugar is normal at night but sky high in the morning. Do any Type 1 diabetics have any advice?
Our daughter was diagnosed with Type 1 Diabetes two weeks ago. Up to then, she spent up to 6 hours a day on the tennis court in her quest to become a pro.