• January 17, 2014

    Obesity is a major concern in the United States, but more problematic are the complications that can arise as a result, including diabetes. While type 2 diabetes tends to stem from obesity and lack of physical activity, type 1 requires just as much attention to healthy diet and exercise. When you manage your weight, life with diabetes becomes far more manageable.

    Where Are You Now?

    Every journey has a beginning. What's important is recognizing where you are in your personal health right now... more

  • January 10, 2014

    Diabetes complicates many aspects of life, but it doesn't have to hinder you from living to the fullest. Whether you're newly diagnosed or have lived with the disease for several years, now is the time to develop your support system and strengthen your care techniques. You can live long and prosper with diabetes.

    Finding Support For Diabetes

    Living with diabetes makes every day a little bit more complicated than it is for most. Only diabetics can understand the... more

  • January 3, 2014

    Happy New Year! We're three days in. and you may still be scribbling "4"s over the accidental "3"s on your checkbook dates. It's true – old habits die hard. But how about your new year’s resolutions? January is an ideal time to make up for all the sugar-laden treats you consumed over the holidays. We like to take it as an opportunity to focus on a disease that affects more than 300 million... more

  • December 27, 2013

    Did you keep any resolutions in 2013? If not, what obstacles did you encounter that kept you from sticking to your goals? Mark them down, and then stop worrying about the past: the new year is just around the corner, and it’s going to be better than ever. We’re going to help you stick to your 2014 resolutions.

    Reflect Upon Last Year

    The first step in planning your New Year’s resolutions is to think about last year. Consider 2013... more

  • December 25, 2013

    Merry Christmas from The Healthy Protocol Team!

    On this holiday, not all are lucky enough to have a table lined with ham and pumpkin pie, a log in the fireplace, and the company of friends and family. We hope you're spending this Christmas warm, well-fed, and in good company. Chances are you have much to be thankful for – and so do we.

    As you revel in the Christmas... more

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