No Flour Cookie Dough

– Serves 4 By Mira Dessy Do you miss eating raw cookie dough? Go on – admit it. You do. One of the best things about this indulgent no flour cookie dough recipe is that it’s gluten-free. So many people with Type 1 Diabetes also have celiac disease or are gluten...

World Cup Party Food

World Cup Party Food and Your Health This weekend kicks off the quarter-final rounds of the World Cup. It has been an exciting time in our home as we have been watching the games live almost every evening. With what everyone thought were the obvious teams eliminated,...

Herbed fish cakes with cumin-thyme aioli

– Serves 4 to 6 as an appetizer By Lidija Abu Ghazaleh Who doesn’t love a good fish cake? These little bite-sized morsels originated in Asia and are now popular all over the world. They are a great way to use up leftovers too – use this recipe as a basis...

Okra with tomatoes and coriander

– Serves 4 as a side By Lidija Abu Ghazaleh Okra is a funny ingredient, isn’t it? Because it’s kind of fuzzy and kind of slimy, it’s a very underrated vegetable – but that’s mostly because it’s not treated right. When allowed to slow cook or stew, okra...

Turkish Eggplant in Tomato Sauce

(Eggplant Shakshouka) – Serves 2 as a main or 4 as a side By Lidija Abu Ghazaleh Traditionally made with eggs, Shakshouka is a very popular dish in the Middle East. This vegan version is made with eggplant instead of eggs...because if you are going to replace eggs...

Cauliflower Risotto With Asparagus Purée

– serves 2 mains or 4 sides By Lidija Abu Ghazaleh We are excited to kick off our recipe section with a recipe from my friend Lidija, from We make a similar dish at home often, and it is frankly one of my favorite recipes. It is also a real crowd...

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5 Essentials for Managing Type 1 Diabetes at School

Diabetes directives and supplies for school

Relieve some of the anxiety you feel whenever your child with Type 1 Diabetes heads to school for the day.

You'll find tips on educating the teacher and nurse, making emergency snack boxes, traveling on the school bus and more.

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