National Indigenous Diabetes Association


Our newsletter is issued four times a year and is made with contributions from our members and communities who share their stories with us.


We welcome submissions related to all things related to wellness of First Nations, Inuit and Métis Peoples.

Winter 2022

Exploring the perceptions of diet drinks among Indigenous adults in Manitoba

Winter Wellness for Body, Mind, & Spirit

Sugar-sweetened beverages and addition: Results from interviews with Indigenous adults in Manitoba

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Spring 2022

Reclaming ancestral havesting practices

Indigenous and diabetic holistic foot care health matters

Food is medicine: The cooking show

Help your community up their game with urban poling: Mind & body benefits

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Winter 2021

Food forests of the future

Proposed tax on sugar drinks

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Fall 2021

Sticky Money: Experiences closing gaps in diet quality between off-reserve Indigenous populations

Our ways: Healing through traditional health and wellness

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Summer 2021

Sticky Money: Experiences purchasing sugar-sweetened beverages among Indigenous adults residing in North End Winnipeg

Planting the seed: A babies first food garden

Sir Frederick Banting Legacy Foundation (SFBLF)

In the blink of an eye

Empowering Indigenous youth: Mentoring program reduces diabetes risk and improves quality of life ofr young people

Indigenous teachings and knowledge within dietetic practice: Students' reflection

Educating for equity: Finding wellness with diabetes

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Spring 2021

45th Annual elders & traditonal peoples gathering

15 Natural ways to boost your immune system

Vitality gardening with Coleen Rajotte

Introducing the Fitnation workout series

Tl'kemtsin health: Diabetes & COVID-19

Spirit healthcare group. Spirit logbook

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Winter 2020

Type 2 diabetes partnerships and supports

Heartsmart kids

Nuu-Chah-Nulth healthy recipes calendar

Managing people with diabetes during COVID-19: Considerations for health providers

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