Continue practicing the Five Essential Habits, Portion Control, Eating to Your Meter, Incorporating Intermittent Fasting, Reducing Stress, and Getting Adequate Sleep every day/night.
Since it is so very important for people with diabetes to exercise by walking (as much as possible), it is also extremely important to take special care of your feet.
Can peripheral neuropathy be reversed?
What should daily foot care include?
Can diabetics get pedicures?
For answers to these questions and more, read “Diabetic Foot Care” and put the suggestions into practice, if you are not already doing them. This is a long article, because your feet are that important!
Two-minute video, “Patient Education about Diabetic Foot Care”
Remember, April is Foot Health Awareness Month.
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