As a person with type one diabetes, I feel it is important to "recharge" and "fine tune" my care skills. It is a never-ending task and challenge.
I ordered a more recent copy of Gary Scheiner's book "THINK LIKE A PANCREAS" and read it in a couple of evenings. I am now rereading another favorite book of mine - PUMPING INSULIN by John Walsh and Ruth Roberts.
Last month, I made an appointment with a CDE and signed up for a program offered by my husband's employer called Good…Continue
Having type one diabetes is like being in a science class sometimes. WE might have a hypothesis as to why our blood sugars are high or low and then sometimes the hypothesis does not pan out.
Just the other day, I had my usual oatmeal with chia seeds, skim milk, and almonds. I am sort of boring most days with my breakfast foods - because I love oatmeal in all its many forms. Most times, with the injected Victoza I use and my insulin dose, I can prevent my morning blood sugars from…Continue