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April is Limb Loss Awareness Month. Many people with diabetes have reduced blood flow to the feet and nerve damage, which makes it harder to tell when something is wrong with their feet. These problems make it easy to get ulcers and infections that can lead to amputation. Stop Diabetes from knocking you off your feet with this important tip!

I had almost all these things on the list and my doctor still didn't made the connection... I was in a coma by the time the disease was diagnosed and at a higher risk of death because of that! Know the signs people, type 1 diabetes!

This month is Limb Loss Awareness Month, so it’s a good time to discuss simple steps people with diabetes can take to keep their feet healthy and prevent amputations. People with diabetes are more likely to have a foot or leg amputated than other people because they can develop a variety of foot problems, sometimes even simple ones that can lead to serious complications.

Non-healing foot ulcers are common in people with type 2 diabetes.1 Skin ulcers that result from diabetes foot complications can cause other, more serious problems, such as amputation.1 You can prevent complications by carefully checking your feet on a daily basis, and having your healthcare provider perform a foot exam once a year. | cDiabetesrecipes.com

Three simple foods are showing tremendous progress with Type 2 Diabetes. You won't believe the science!

My beautiful Christmas present from my boyfriend :) I have Type 1 Diabetes and I have to wear a medical bracelet. So this is his :)

April is Limb Loss Awareness Month. Many people with diabetes have reduced blood flow to the feet and nerve damage, which makes it harder to tell when something is wrong with their feet. These problems make it easy to get ulcers and infections that can lead to amputation. Stop Diabetes from knocking you off your feet with this important tip!

April is Limb Loss Awareness Month. Many people with diabetes have reduced blood flow to the feet and nerve damage, which makes it harder to tell when something is wrong with their feet. These problems make it easy to get ulcers and infections that can lead to amputation. Stop #Diabetes from knocking you off your feet with this important tip!

April is Limb Loss Awareness Month. Many people with diabetes have reduced blood flow to the feet and nerve damage, which makes it harder to tell when something is wrong with their feet. These problems make it easy to get ulcers and infections that can lead to amputation. Stop Diabetes from knocking you off your feet with this important tip!