Diabetic-Friendly Thanksgiving Meal from Philly.com

The time has come! It’s Thanksgiving and time to gather the family for a delicious meal. As a follow-up to our last post, we want to share some valuable information that we’ve found online. This time, we’re bringing you a great post from Philly.com. Check out this setup from the site:

“Carla Hall, chef on ABC’s The Chew, joined chefs Guillermo Pernot, Delilah Winder and Barbie Marshall in hosting a cooking demonstration at the Navy Yard on Nov. 20 in support of the American Diabetes Association’s America Gets Cooking to Stop Diabetes, presented by Sun Life Financial.”

Read more about it to help take some of the headache out of planning the meal. Enjoy!

Thanksgiving for Diabetics

Just because you have to watch your intake, doesn’t mean that you have to miss out on all of the goodness that the Thanksgiving holiday brings. The most important thing, is of course, friends and family. Colder weather is a sure thing, and safe travel is a must. But when the family is close. The site, battlediabetes.com says it best:

“As a diabetic on Thanksgiving you are left with a couple of choices:
1. You can either stay home and not celebrate with your family and loves ones
2. Or you can make sure that you have a game plan for healthy diabetic eating before you sit down for your meal.”

For more tips and information on having a great Thanksgiving as a diabetic, read more here.

Get a Free Pair of Diabetic Socks

The holidays are upon us, and what better time is there to start the gift of giving. Now, for a limited time, get a free pair of diabetic socks. It’s easy, all you have to do, is purchase a pair of Propet shoes and, we’ll send you an extra pair of Propet diabetic socks at no extra charge. The socks are very healthy for your feet, and are made with moisture management yarns to keep feet cool and dry. But this is a limited time offer, and is only good until November 23rd, 2014. So what are you waiting for, take advantage of your free pair of socks today!

Healthy Halloween Treats

It’s about that time, and if you haven’t had a second to sit down and think about a healthier Halloween for your kids, that’s okay. The American Diabetes Association has you covered. We’re only a few days away, but you can check out this helpful video showing some fun, festive ideas with a twist on the healthy side. Have fun, stay safe, and Happy Halloween!

Warm Weather Slippers for Cooler Temperatures Ahead

Check out this video of our featured slippers Propet Cush N Foot Slippers. They are lightweight, breathable and offer easy adjustments for both men and women. The neoprene upper build into the slipper is stretchable to reduce pain caused by hammertose and bunions. There is an extra large hook-and-loop overlay across the instep creates a wide opening for easy on and off. These slippers are good for both indoor, and outdoor use.

Halloween and Diabetes

Yes, it works, trust us. Just because you’re diabetic doesn’t mean that you have to miss out on all of the tasty treats that go with the ghostly ghouls and goblins. Sure, living with diabetes does require a little extra planning, but that’s why pages like the Halloween resources for diabetics were created. There are some great things in here, and it’s never too late to begin planning. In fact, it’s right around the corner!

Save 35% Off at Reebok.com

Did you hear that the American Diabetes Association has teamed up with Reebok.com to get you out and get moving to help stop diabetes? Well it’s true, but you have to hurry, the savings don’t last long! You can find more details on this partnership page. Here are additional details:

Time is running out! If you haven’t heard, we’ve teamed up with Reebok to help you Get Moving to Stop Diabetes®! When you donate as little as $1 to the American Diabetes Association, you’ll unlock an exclusive 35% discount to use at Reebok.com on shoes, apparel and everything you need to stay active!

Hurry! This special offer ends this Sunday, September 28, at 11:59 p.m. EDT!

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