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Tyson Health Flyer (NOV 2021)

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Keep the holidays sweet

NOVEMBER

and your blood sugar in check!

The holidays can be filled with

many activities – shopping,

decorating and yes, eating.

It can be tricky and stressful

to stay on a diet with so many

tempting treats, especially if you

have diabetes. But that doesn’t

have to be the case if you make

simple, healthy decisions!

• Make time to exercise

• Check your blood glucose as often as your doctor recommends

• Eat healthy foods and limit ones that are not on your diet plan

• Take your medications as prescribed

The holidays can wreak

havoc on your sleep,

making it hard to control

your blood sugar. When

you are tired you may eat

more high-fat, high-sugar

food. Try to get 7 - 8 hours

of sleep every night.

Don't skip meals to

save up for a party.

Your blood sugar will

be harder to control,

and you'll be more

likely to overeat.

Meet Our Case Manager

Kim Booth, RN, BSN,CCM

“I help our

members live

fearlessly by

teaching them

about the tools

and resources

that are available

to them.”

A BlueAdvantage

Administrators of

Arkansas case manager,

Kim has 8 years of

nursing experience in

oncology. Kim’s goal

is to provide each

member she talks to

with the resources

and educational tools

they need to optimize

their health care

benefits. She enjoys

telling members that

case management is

available to them, and

then being available to

help them when they

need it. When she isn’t

at work, Kim is boating,

gardening or cooking.

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