The Diabetic Newsletter is widely considered the best diabetes-related newsletter available online. Sent every other Monday since 1999, each issue features diabetic recipes, articles, news about treatments, therapy, and medications, diabetes & health trivia, and useful information relating to cooking, health and diabetes.
But best of all, it’s absolutely FREE! And unlike other online newsletters, we don’t waste anyones time with a newsletter that consists of nothing more than links to our online content. We provide REAL reading material in each newsletter. You can subscribe right now by visiting the Diabetic Newsletter website. Regular features include:
- At least four great recipes in each issue, complete with nutritional information and exchanges
- Feature articles about health, food, fitness and diabetes related topics
- Current news about product recalls, therapies, food and diabetes related topics
- Diabetes Q and A – answers to questions that concern diabetics most
- Diabetes 101 – straight-forward lessons about diabetes-related health
- Diabetes related terms and explanations
- Healthful cooking advice
Whether you personally have diabetes or you’re just cooking for someone living with diabetes, The Daily Diabetic Recipe can make meal planning easier and add essential variety to your menu. One great, diabetic-friendly recipe is sent each and every day, complete with nutritional information and diabetic exchanges. Even if you’re not a diabetic, this is still a great source for quality recipes, especially for people interested in a healthier diet. It’s simple to signup and it’s free! You can subscribe right now by visiting the Daily Diabetic Recipe website.
Whether it’s about an important drug recall or a new therapy or medical breakthrough, The Diabetic News keeps it’s subscribers well informed and up-to-date with the latest in diabetes-related health.
News items include related issues of concern to people living with diabetes, as well as caregivers, such as high blood pressure, high cholesterol, heart disease, stem cell research, kidney disease, eye disease, and obesity.
Delivered via email, each mailing contains the latest headlines, along with brief descriptions and direct links to the actual news item in it’s entirety. If a reader finds a news item of interest, then all they have to do is click the link to read it. It’s that simple — and it’s offered at no cost.
People that don’t have access to email, or that do not wish to subscribe, can visit “The Diabetic News” website at any time for access to an extensive, searchable archive of all of our news features. Again, this is a free service.
You can learn more about this news dispatch, and subscribe for free, by visiting The Diabetic News website.