"hey charles, here is what they replied, hope it helps.
Dear Ms. Merker,
Thank you for your message and your long-term support of PETA.
Unfortunately, we do not have information about specific companies that sell vegan diabetic footwear. For further…"
Are you using a vegan diet to treat or avoid diabetes? Following Dr. Barnard's program? The Pritikin program? The Rice House program? Feel out of place when non-vegan diabetics talk food? This is the group for you!
"Those items are not approved by the insurance industry ... so I cannot get my insurance to pay for them ..... since i have extra wide feet my only options are either a) avariety of leather based shoes or b) a single style of synthetic sneaker which…"
Hi Sparrowrose: I am very glad that you have the appointment, and my opinion is that you insist on getting fast-acting insulin. Plus some good education in how to use it properly. A great book is "Using Insulin" by John Walsh; it might be available at your library. SO SO sorry, but I hope you are on the right track.
Hello and welcome. I was a type 2 who managed to get away from shots but was not vigilant as you and wound up back on pills. Way to go on being proactive and keeping an eye on things so that you may stay in remission for a long time.
I am part of the Welcome Committee and was just checking in on you to make sure you are aware of all that TuDiabetes has to offer. We would love to hear from you so here is a helpful link where you can read about all the things you can do in the community.
Hi, my name is Becky, I have type II and just found out about 2 weeks ago. I am taking oral med. I was wondering if this is normal. When I wake up my BS usually is 117 approx. it gos up and down all day, the highest being 156. Is this how it is suppose to be, or should it always be under 100? Becky
I'm type 1, so I don't have to watch the fat quite so much. If you've already seen the ppk, you probably already know about fat free vegan too. When I first went vegan, I couldn't find any diabetics, and now they're turning up everywhere. Or maybe we're all just speaking up now.
If you are new to diabetes advocacy in the traditional sense of the word, you may be thinking, “What the heck is a docket!?” I certainly was the first twenty times I heard it (yes it took that long). For Read on! →
Dear Ms. Rosenthal: I am a person living with type 1 diabetes since the age of 30. I am also the President and co-Founder of the Diabetes Hands Foundation, a nonprofit aimed at connecting and mobilizing the diabetes community. Seeing Read on! →