It’s National Diabetes Month. How is Your Diabetes Doing?

By Newsroom America Feeds at 1 Nov 2017

Its National Diabetes Month. How is Your Diabetes Doing?

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*November 1, 2017*

Its National Diabetes Month. How is Your Diabetes Doing?

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November is National Diabetes Month, a great time to check how your diabetes management plan is working. With all of lifes ups and downs, are you staying on top of day-to-day diabetes care?

* *Follow a **healthy eating** plan*, including eating more fruits and vegetables and less sugar and salt. * *Be **physically active* to 20 minutes a day is better than an hour once a week. * *Take **diabetes medicine* if prescribed by your health care provider. * *Check your **blood sugar* to understand and track the effects of food, activity, and medicine.

Theres more, of course, because diabetes is complicated. Just remember youre not in this aloneyour health care team can help you manage effectively. And better management helps make diabetes a part of life instead of life being all about diabetes. Find out more


For more information:

* CDCs Division of Diabetes Translation * National Diabetes Month * Living with Diabetes * Its Your Life. Treat Your Diabetes Well. * Putting the Brakes on Diabetes Complications * Diabetes Features & Spotlights * CDC Diabetes on Facebook * @CDCDiabetes on Twitter

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