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Home A1c Test Kits
Read Rick Mendoza's site for a thorough review on home A1c test kits.

School Review
Is your school on the A+ list or the F- list ?  

Schools rated by parents as being diabetes-friendly, or discriminatory.  E-mail is and include your child's school on our list!

diabetes news headlines and research

Islets of Hope Reviews
Diabetes products, publication and service reviews


Diabetes product reviews by Islets of Hope

  1. Frio Portable Insulin Coolers (11/05)
  2. The Sharper Image Carb-Tracker Scale (12/05)
  3. EatSmart Nutritional Scale (02/08)  

 

Publications Reviewed By Islets of Hope

Services Reviewed

   

Our Lifestyles section contains ratings of popular commercial weight loss centers and diet programs.

Commercial Weight Loss Programs - Before signing on the dotted line be sure to read this article about commercial weight loss centers and programs.  A calorie is a calorie is a calorie may be true (although, some would disagree), but weight loss centers are not all the same.

Want to know what we think about?

Jenny Craig
LA Weight Loss Centers
NutriSystem
Weight Watchers

 

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