Valentine’s Day, the holiday of love. A day when everyone expresses their passions with hearts, flowers, cards and lots – and lots – of chocolate. If you have diabetes, Valentine’s Day can be a double-edged sword. Who doesn’t want to know they are cherished? But not with chocolate. Chocolate is not the best of diabetes gifts.
People with diabetes and and the people who love them must think out of the box when celebrating Valentine’s Day.
How to Think Outside the Chocolate Box this Valentine’s Day
Luckily there are many ways to celebrate Valentine’s Day when your loved one has diabetes, and they don’t involve chocolate.
Valentines Tea Bags – Make your loved ones feel all warm inside with these heart shaped tea bags. So easy to make.
Dinner for Two – The American site, diabetes.org, has created a carefully balanced Valentine’s Day menu which can be adjusted to your needs. Their dishes are delicious.
Message in a Bottle – There are few things more romantic than a love note in a bottle.
Free Valentine’s Printable – Simple, modern, quick and stylish.
A Sparkling Celebration Hamper – Because sometimes the sweetest presents are still the best.
Have a lovely day,
Lee and the Diabetic Hampers team