Everyone who has diabetes must have suffered a ‘hypo’ at one time or another. A ‘hypo’ (officially known as hypoglycaemia) is when the body enters a state of ‘low blood glucose levels’ – less than 4 mmol/l. As you know, this can have a serious toll on your daily activities. I remember my ‘first time’…

In a regular blog series, Simon O’Neill, Diabetes UK’s Director of Health Intelligence and Professional Liaison, rounds up the latest diabetes news. This week Simon updates on new research developments. Diabetes deaths Traditionally it has been very difficult to get an accurate record of the numbers of deaths related to diabetes. This is because diabetes…

In a regular blog series, Simon O’Neill, Diabetes UK’s Director of Health Intelligence and Professional Liaison, rounds up the latest diabetes news. This week Simon looks at new food structures, healthcare technologies and recommendations. Sugar lite? At the end of 2016, Nestlé announced that it has developed a way of restructuring sugar, so that it can break…

Monday, 13 March: A swimming pool, Taunton I’m ploughing up and down the same pool as my colleague Gemma has chosen for her share of our office Swim 22 challenge. Sadly, I don’t seem to get the same male attention as her. This could be because I’m not wearing my glasses and steamed up goggles…

Hi, I’m Emma. I’m the Editor and Content Producer for Enjoy Food here at Diabetes UK. Enjoy Food is our source of healthy eating information and advice, designed to help families living with diabetes to shop, cook and eat with confidence and success. Managing diet, and understanding what to eat when you have diabetes, is…