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An easier way to share diabetes information

You might have noticed that our website is looking a little different – what do you think? We’ve also given our diabetes newsletter a new look, and I’m excited to share it with you!

If you haven’t signed up for our newsletter, you can do it here.

free diabetes newsletter

Free diabetes newsletter

I’m so excited about the diabetes newsletter because we’ve made it super simple. Instead of trying to cram all the articles we’ve written for a month into one email, we’re sending a short and snappy email once a week. In it, you’ll find the most relevant / exciting / helpful diabetes article of the week – and one sweet thing to share.

The goal is to give you the diabetes information you need, and nothing else.

As a result, we’ve decided to stop sending out updates every time we publish an article on the website. You may have signed up for that in the past, but it’s such a hard way to read – it always ends up looking funny in my inbox, I don’t know about you?

Weekly updates

The new emails will be much easier to read. You can count on getting it in your inbox every Tuesday morning, with one juicy piece of diabetes advice or information, and one sweet share. And that’s it! Quick and simple, so that you can get on with your day – and your life – without diabetes taking up too much space.

Do you have any diabetes questions you want answered?

I would love to hear from you! Send me an email and I’ll get our experts to answer your questions, and put the answers in an article to share with the Diabetic South Africans community. I guarantee there’s someone else with exactly the same question right now…

What to read next?

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COVID-19 and diabetes in South Africa: All the latest, expert advice. The one article you should read about COVID-19 and diabetes.

Eat healthy for diabetes: The one article you need to read about diabetes and diet.

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Sweet Life is a registered NPO/PBO (220-984) with a single goal: to improve diabetes in South Africa. We are funded by sponsorships and donations from aligned companies and organisations who believe in our work. We only share information that we believe benefits our community. While some of this information is linked to specific brands, it is not an official endorsement of that brand. We believe in empowering people with diabetes to make the best decisions they can, to live a healthy, happy life with diabetes.