New Women’s Sheepskin Slippers

The weather is cooling down again, and you know what that means. It’s time for some soft, comfy, and supportive slippers. We have a new manufacturer that we’d like to showcase. RJ Fuzzies feature moisture wicking, hypoallergenic footwear that use natural insulators to keep your feet warm. A favorite from this brand is the Black Women’s Moccasin Slippers which feature a cow suede upper with accent stitching and a genuine sheepskin lining. Another great pair is the Women’s Australian Booties, a great choice for sensitive feet. Take a look at these, and let us know what you think.

Back to School Tips for Diabetics

The vacation season has come and gone. The family has had a chance to their summer fun. Now you know what comes next, it’s time to go back to school. Students always have a lot on their mind. They have to find their classes, their new locker, their same social circle, oh, and develop their study habits to have a great year. Now if a student has diabetes, then that adds an entirely new level of complexity on top of everything. We found a great article on the Joslin Diabetes Center website with a list of considerations to help make the school transition a little easier. Regardless of grade, take a look at this page before your send your little ones off.

Read These Diabetic Travel Tips For Your Last Summer Trip

School is just around the corner, which means that there’s still time to take one last trip in the wonderful weather. Don’t let any complications with diabetes stop you from enjoying these last few weeks. Before you leave, make sure to note your contacts, and anticipate screenings. Those back at home need to know where you can be reached, and you never want to get help up in the airport security line longer than you have to. Then, while you’re away, keep your liquids close, and load up on the snacks. There is no telling how easy it can be to get a hold of food, especially the affordable kind.

You can read all about these tips and more, at the website. The page is called Tips for Traveling with Diabetes. It is packed with 29 basic, but essential items to keep in mind when you hit the road.

Check Out Propet Rejuve Sandals for Summer

Summer is about half way over, but there is still plenty of time to soak up the sun in comfort and style. Propet Rejuve Sandals are designed for biomechanical function by a leading podiatric surgeon. The patent pending design in each pair mitigates lower extremity joint pain and promote the natural movements of the body during the gait cycle. With the specially designed U-shape heel cup, these orthopedics sandals minimize over pronation. The deep U-shaped heel cup also offers superior arch support while the extended foot cradle provides medial and lateral stability. Propet Rejuve Sandals are an excellent choice in promoting proper foot function. If you suffer from lower back or limb pain, give them a try and they might just be the cure you’ve been looking for. Check out the featured styles for both men and women and a variety of colors below.

Propet Rejuve Women's Helen

Propet Rejuve Women’s Helen

Propet Rejuve Women's Hartley

Propet Rejuve Women’s Hartley

Propet Rejuve Women's Hailey

Propet Rejuve Women’s Hailey

Propet Rejuve Men's Sullivan

Propet Rejuve Men’s Sullivan

Propet Rejuve Men's Harrison

Propet Rejuve Men’s Harrison

Propet Rejuve Men's Anderson

Propet Rejuve Men’s Anderson

Shop for Dad and Save Up to $25

This father’s day, get your dad something he can really use, a new pair of stylish, supportive footwear. We want to help you make his day extra special by offering exclusive father’s day savings on our website. When you have an order of $100 or more, the promo code “FD10OFF” will save you $10. If you want to order something bigger, you can save even more. The promo code “FD25OFF” will save you $25 off of any order of $200 or more. So don’t wait, shop at and order now before these deals expire on Father’s Day.

Diabetic Grilling Ideas

Memorial Day weekend is upon us, and you know what that means, grilling. Grilling is one of the best things to do in summer, but it doesn’t always offer the healthiest eating options. Couple that with the complexities of diabetes, and it doesn’t allow you to eat everything at the table. What it does allow us to do though, is be creative. How about a diabetic-friendly Thai Turkey Burger? You can find the recipe for that and more at this website. For vegetables, meats, and even salad toppers, take a look at this site, and prep your grill for some epic eating!

Coffee Lowers the Risk of Diabetes?

In a recent study, researchers have found that coffee could actually lower the risk for Type 2 diabetes. However, we all know that coffee contains decent amounts of caffeine and too many cups of java can not only keep individuals awake, but also speed up his/her heart rate. I personally drink tea, and am not a coffee drinker at all. You can read more about the study and its findings at the CBS News website.


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