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Very simple, just post ONE WORD that is somehow associated with the previous word. Easy right?(Diabetes related words welcome but not necessary!!)OK...first word: sugarContinue
I was doing so good. Eating low carb, avoiding sugary treats, exercising like a fiend. I worked today and everyone was eating cookies. But I kept the treats away. When I got home from work (I work 12 hr shifts as a nurse), My family was eating…Continue
This is an interesting but sad statement:Type 1 Diabetes in Adults: Growing Management Crunch ForecastBy Bruce JancinElsevier Global Medical NewsBreaking NewsKEYSTONE, Colo. (EGMN) – The number of adults with type 1 diabetes is quietly and steadily…Continue
Hi! I have been a diabetic for the last two years and I am ready for a pump. I cheer and do gymnastics. I am 13 I can't decide between the omni pod or the ping ideas?Continue
I was at a conference late last week and my blood sugars were great! Average of 7.8 mmol/L (140 mg/dl), which is great considering I was travelling for 12 hours each way and crossing time zones. (I live on the west coast of Canada, the conference was on the east coast of the U.S.) Also, the fact that I hardly ate probably helped ... I was just too busy to eat, and/or slept in and missed breakfast, and/or the foods were all pure carbs, and/or my plate was taken away before I was done eating…Continue
I was diagnosed with Type 2 diabetes in February 2011 during my 23rd year of teaching in NYC's public school system. I intended to quit immediately, however, at the request of my principal, I decided to stay until the end of that school year. During those four months, I secured a Health Coach and Personal Trainer. As a result, I lost 25 pounds and looked and felt so much better. The following month after my retirement from teaching, I began an online course in nutrition. By the end of that…Continue
How many items do we collect in our lives that remind us of prior times, both good and bad? I know I have several, and I treasurer all of them. For instance I have a picture in my work area of my mother and Father when they were dating. It was made in a photo booth around 1952 or 53 and it gives a glimpse of how happy my parents were at that very moment. It is not something I could ever replace no matter how hard I…Continue
I am not asking you to deny the reality of what you are living with each day. I'm encouraging to take your life back.
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