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Why I think a diet of 55-65 % carbohydrate doesn't make sense - What do you all think?

Started this discussion. Last reply by Low Carb Dietitian Aug 16, 2011. 75 Replies

I know it is me again. But I have a serious problem that to me is blatently obvious and yet it seems to be the opposite of how most people eat and also diametrically opposed to what is recommended by…Continue

Tags: insulin, metobolism, diet, high, carb

What are Your Thoughts on Closing the Loop?

Started this discussion. Last reply by Chad R Jul 27, 2011. 31 Replies

Hello Tudiabetes Folks! My thougths are sceptical in nature, like way to many human variables aka "Diabetic Curve Balls" that any computer can possibly predict. I posted my take on…Continue

Tags: cgm, pump, loop, closed

What Are Some (Diabetes) Things You Know You Shouldn't Do But Do Anyways?

Started this discussion. Last reply by DiabeticRadio.com May 24, 2011. 110 Replies

Hello All here is my Top 10 List of Things Below:1. Over Eating to Correct a Low2. Leaving…Continue

Tags: fun, diabetes, ten, top

Top 10 List: Sugar Spikers (Non Food Related)

Started this discussion. Last reply by DogLady Apr 19, 2011. 1 Reply

I just posted my top 10 sugar spikes today on my blog Three 2 TreatTop 10 List: Sugar Spikers…Continue

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Dave replied to Trev's discussion 'Pumping vs MDI - A Case for Both'
"Ditto. Way Less!For me, the biggest wins with the pump over MDI are: Fine control of insulin delivery, on-demand, when I am not in a position to manage it (chiefly sleeping) IOB management -- I had to go back to MDI for a week, and my control went…"
Jun 3
mom2kate replied to Trev's discussion 'Pumping vs MDI - A Case for Both'
"This is a tough one, and HIGHLY personal. I've been on a pump for 14 years, but my sister (who is also VERY active--qualified for Boston marathon, does triathlons, etc) would never do a pump. for me, it came down to the fact that I require…"
Jun 3
artwoman replied to Trev's discussion 'Pumping vs MDI - A Case for Both'
"My A1C's have been between 5.4-5.5 for about 8- years now. I credit the pump. And those A1C's aren't due to massive lows bring the average down."
Jun 1
artwoman replied to Trev's discussion 'Pumping vs MDI - A Case for Both'
"I've been pumping for about 8 years. I have much better control, I like the specificity of the boluses (I can have a different I:C or ISF for times of the day) if I only need 0.25 units of insulin that's all I get. It keeps track of the…"
Jun 1
Tony replied to Trev's discussion 'Pumping vs MDI - A Case for Both'
"I was diagnosed type 1 last year around this time. I did the MDI thing for about 3 weeks and almost went crazy... Been on pump ( animas - ping) since then and can't imagine life without it. I exercise 6-7 times per week anywhere from 1-2 hours…"
Jun 1
mohe0001 replied to Trev's discussion 'Pumping vs MDI - A Case for Both'
"I had three pump malfunctions in three years and those resulted in some troubling situations - hardware failures. Also, My doc achieved an ideal, low A1C, but I experienced a much lower quality of life on the pump - mainly due to running troublingly…"
Jan 30
CarrieJane replied to Trev's discussion 'Pumping vs MDI - A Case for Both'
"I have the same feelings about pumping and my endo agrees that I probably won't see much improvement. I have a CGM and I love it. I wear it on the back of my arm (can't stand it on my torso- messes up all my outfits!) he CGM is helping me…"
Nov 15, 2013
dkhay replied to Trev's discussion 'Pumping vs MDI - A Case for Both'
"For me, it's not an either/or; I do both: I rotate between pump and MDI every two weeks or so. This started when the hassles of TSA when traveling with the pump grew too much when I was traveling for work. It's was a lot easier to travel…"
Nov 15, 2013
geo3610 and Trev are now friends
Sep 8, 2013
Trev replied to LAB's discussion 'How many carbs do you eat in a day?'
"20-30 per day. I find it a slippery slope for me when I eat more, as I tend to crave more and over eat."
Feb 7, 2013
Trev and jeffgillis are now friends
Feb 7, 2013
dishers replied to Trev's discussion 'How often do you explain to people the difference between Type 1 & Type 2?'
"Wow, great info, thanks for sharing. It only matter to me really since my last endo did not want to authorize a pump for me. I have always been considered type 1 but when I persisted, he said well if I have to sign papers for it to go through the…"
Jan 24, 2013
Brian (bsc) replied to Trev's discussion 'How often do you explain to people the difference between Type 1 & Type 2?'
"I have to tell you, I have struggled with similar questions. I think we all want to know, what exactly is wrong with us and how did it happen. Diabetes is in fact very complicated and we are all different. And often, the diagnosis comes down to a…"
Jan 24, 2013
dishers replied to Trev's discussion 'How often do you explain to people the difference between Type 1 & Type 2?'
"Thanks Brian, would that be under different names. I have like 10 pages of blood and urine tests that a new place did up for me, I am curious to if any of those tests would tell me. they say I am type 1 and I do need insulin. They think I was…"
Jan 24, 2013
Brian (bsc) replied to Trev's discussion 'How often do you explain to people the difference between Type 1 & Type 2?'
"The current best practice for diagnosing diabetes is to test for T1 by checking for the occurence of any one of the antibodies (GAD, ICA and IA2) which indicate an autoimmune problem and also to check the c-peptide to determine whether too little…"
Jan 24, 2013
dishers replied to Trev's discussion 'How often do you explain to people the difference between Type 1 & Type 2?'
"is there any one or can you tell me what tests they use to determine if your type 1 or type 2? I have been diagnosed about 13 or more years being type 1 but I am not sure, the doctors I have seen well lets just say I think they like their golf clubs…"
Jan 24, 2013

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At 7:25pm on January 1, 2012, Linda G said…

HAPPY NEW YEAR!

At 4:07am on October 10, 2011, SEAGATOR said…
Hello Trev. Long time no see. I hope you and the family are doing well. I am hanging in there and feeling better than I deserve. HAPPY THANKSGIVING. Take good care. Reed
At 4:43pm on July 26, 2011, Linda G said…
Kingston is beautiful...I grew up mostly in Québec...in Rimouski which is on the south shore of the St Lawrence. Then in northern Ontario...Cochrane, before heading off to university in southern Ontario.
At 4:28pm on July 26, 2011, Linda G said…
Hey Trev!!! For the better part, featured members are selected at random from active members...that's you :)
What have you been up to anyway??
At 9:53pm on July 25, 2011, Linda G said…
Bravo on being featured on the "Members" page Trev!!
At 7:37am on July 25, 2011, SEAGATOR said…
Congrats on being a featured member. Wghere have you been. Often ask about you and hope everything is ok with you. Reed
At 3:09pm on April 3, 2011, pinkyspurse said…
Thanks, Trev. My fasting BG is finally in the 80's without medicine. Yesterday it was 86, today it was 89. Friday morning it was 103, so that's definitely a good thing that it finally dropped down to normal range. Atkins may be one of the most extreme of the low-carb diets, but whatever affects my stubborn BG should help my stubborn weight at the same time (I think). I'm going to invest in a digital scale as soon as I can afford it to track my weight better since I'm not going back to the doctor until May I guess.
At 8:01am on April 1, 2011, pinkyspurse said…
I'm doing ok I guess. I met with my doctor yesterday. The good news is that my most recent fasting bloodwork shows that everything seems to be healthy except for my BG and weight. She wants me to go on Metformin so that I have an easier time losing weight, but I think if I'm stricter with my low-carb diet I should be able to lose weight and control my BG anyways. So, today I'm starting Atkins to reduce my carbs more. I'm trying to lose 46 pounds to reach the target weight for my height since I'm considered to be that much overweight (which translates into obese).
At 10:52am on March 27, 2011, pinkyspurse said…
Hi Trev, I noticed you updated your profile photo recently. Haven't heard from you in awhile, so I hope everything's going well for you and your family.
At 10:58pm on March 17, 2011, nel said…
Trev ...what's the story on being Kicked off from the www......; have I missed something , because I have not followed everything /everyone ??
 
 
 

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