Gestational diabetes Party food Gestational diabetes party food can be hard to try to figure out and may seem daunting or depressing. Party food and buffets can be a carb heavy event which can make selecting food quite tricky with
Gestational diabetes Christmas 2018 Here’s your ultimate survival guide to a gestational diabetes Christmas! This post is dedicated to all our members that are looking at ways to stay on track through the festive period which is packed with food,
Dreading Halloween with GD? Is the thought of Trick or Treating filling you with dread and turning into a real nightmare? Don’t worry ladies, you can still have lots of yummy things this Halloween that won’t raise those blood sugar levels
#GDBumpsforGDBrownies our Bank Holiday Competition Gestational Diabetes does not discriminate – we know that ANY pregnant woman can be diagnosed and so to show this we would like to run a competition called #GDbumpsforGDbrownies The winner will receive the *dry
Staying safe in hot weather – Gestational diabetes and heat Summer has arrived and so what does that mean for you lovely ladies as far as staying safe in the hot weather, plus gestational diabetes and heat is concerned? Here’s a few points
Can Gestational Diabetes Cause Stillbirth? #TalkAboutDiabetes This week is Diabetes Week (11th – 17th June 2018) and the focus this year is #TalkAboutDiabetes. One thing I’d like to talk more about is how serious diabetes in pregnancy can be, especially if
We’re nuts about nuts, seeds, peanut butter & nut butters! Nuts, seeds, peanut butter and nut butters are a great source of protein and natural fats. This means that they make for a great ‘GD food pairing tool’ to eat
Gestational Diabetes Easter Happy Easter ladies, time to start planning your Gestational Diabetes Easter! To help you with a few hints and tips to keep this Easter one where you can safely keep baking your little sugar bunnies, here is
Gestational diabetes risk factors and future diagnosis of diabetes in both the mother and child We felt it was time to update our findings around gestational diabetes risk factors and future diagnosis of Type 2 diabetes in the mother and
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