Diabetes Forecast

Diabetes Gift Guide

We’re making our list and checking it twice

By Allison Tsai ,

Courtesy of Livliga (dishware); Sophie Sahara (journal); courtesy of Fossil (watch); courtesy of Adorn (bag); courtesy of Bindle Bottle (water bottle)

  1. Portion control is a no-brainer with the Just Right Set. The bowl and plate were designed for people who’ve had bariatric surgery, but anybody looking to keep their serving sizes in check will appreciate them. $24.99, livligahome.com

  2. Stumped about what to get loved ones with diabetes? Make a donation to the American Diabetes Association (ADA) in their names. You’ll get a card or e-card to notify them of the donation. diabetes.org/gift

  3. For the person with diabetes who likes to stay organized, The Diabetic Health Journal offers two-minute meditations; tips about diabetes management; a place for blood glucose logs; and space to track workouts, water intake, and meals. $34.99, diabetichealthjournal.com

  4. Give the gift of delicious meals with Latin Comfort Foods Made Healthy: More Than 100 Diabetes-Friendly Latin Favorites by Ingrid Hoffmann (ADA, 2018). She turns traditionally carbohydrate-heavy Latin favorites into flavorful, diabetes-friendly eats. $21.95, shopdiabetes.org

  5. Motivate the fitness buff in your life with Fossil’s splurge-worthy Q Venture pink stainless steel smartwatch, complete with activity tracking, notifications, and a smartphone connection (compatible with Apple and Android). $275, fossil.com

  6. For the man who has everything except a stylish practical way to carry his diabetes supplies, look no further than the Adorn Unisex Messenger Bag. The carryall comes with a supply case to organize and hold all the essentials and includes a watertight ice pocket to keep insulin cool. $44.95, adorndesigns.com

  7. The Bindle Bottle is no one-trick pony. Sure, it stores up to 24 ounces of your favorite beverage, but it also has a compartment that holds everything from glucose tablets to car keys. $39, bindlebottle.com

For more holiday shopping, visit shopdiabetes.org. The Gift of Hope section is packed with stocking stuffers—and more!



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