There are up to 30,000 people with undetected type 2 diabetes in Ireland and approximately 146,000 people with
What exactly are carbohydrates and why are they particularly important....
Grumble. That’s the sound your belly makes to let you know it’s chow time. Ever wonder what triggered
What can a food label tell us?
what are these sneaky little habits that sabotage our best efforts to lose weight?
More and more research shows that a diet which is high in fibre, low in fat and in
Healthy habits over Christmas
Water is essential for life, and drinking enough fluids is especially important for people with diabetes
What is the link between coeliac disease and Type 1 diabetes?
Children with diabetes should be treated the same as every other child at special times.
Lunch should provide approximately one third of your child’s daily food requirements
Outdoor feasts that are delicious, healthy and fun...
Role of sugar and artifical sweetners in your diet
If you have diabetes and you are thinking about having a baby it is very important to attend
Children around the world are becoming increasingly vulnerable to overweight and obesity.
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Diabetes Federation of Ireland
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