Tanks to all of you .Ido need same info I would like to know .(a appel = 40 cal) calories counter for most of the food we are eating?
Added by Alida on July 31, 2010 at 12:49pm — No Comments
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So I thought this would be the week (I thought the weekend even!) Would be when I caught up on all my travel writing/blogging. Then, friday afternoon, a little nagging pain started in my abdomen, growing
over the night such that I could barely sleep. Saturday, after
unsuccessfully trying gas x and laxatives, I went to urgent care (an
overly generous name for what is provided there in my…
Added by Sarah on July 30, 2010 at 7:46am — No Comments
wasnt sure of what to do for thus blog, I don't have my thinking brain on today haha!
So i decided to do an easy on my expierience of Hypothyroidism!..I think it was about a month or two after I had beeen diagnosed with Type one diabetes and I was in for a visit to my diabetic nurse, not an Endo appointment just a small check up:)..She noticed my hands were very orange/yellow in colour and also my skin, she…Continue
Added by Super_sally on July 29, 2010 at 6:30pm — No Comments
In one chapter of my book (published in March, 2010) I recalled several things from the history of diabetes. One paragraph from that chapter is given here:
"There were two schools of thought in the 17'th century. One theory proposed replacing the sugar lost in the urine by following a diet high in carbohydrates. The…Continue
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Of course, I didn’t realise it until dinner time. (Still irritated at myself for that) Yesterday Marty seemed fine when he got of the school bus. (yes, we are still doing dry runs-I start work on Monday- and I have spent way too much time giving the bus company a hard time over one of their drivers…more on that at another time) When we walked in the house he was complaining that he wanted dinner and it was…Continue
Added by Renata Pellino-Porter on July 29, 2010 at 3:45pm — No Comments
Well i'm gonna talk about my expierience with Lantus and Levimir!..
When I first got put on insulin shots I was using Levimir as my long lasting insulin that I took at aorund 10;00 every night. Levimir over all really wasn't for me. I was using it for about a year or so and it was increasing my A1c alll the time. I was waking up to a blood glucose of about 11 12 13...?sometimes over 15 and gooing to bed around…Continue
My daughter started the minimed last night. At midnight we had to change the site because she had a BG of 450. After taking out the set, we saw the cannula was bent. My question to everyone is, does anyone use a quick set and insert it themselves without the inserter "mushroom" thing. My daughter wants nothing to do with the inserter and is inserting manually but I'm nervous the cannula will always bend. Any suggestions, advice, personal experiences on this. The trainor…Continue
Hey Guys...Hope you all enjoy this blog, let me know what yee think :)Well, where to start?! Let's start off with the horrible stuff first, get it out of the way. Let's talk about the symptoms I battled everyday…Continue
to help people better manage their diabetes, I'm currently doing research on how people create and sustain good…Continue
This is me well the body shell anyway, I have moved to a happy place where all my family go it is peaceful and quite I roam over hills drink the cool water of the stream and laze about all day with my friends and family that went before me,although my end was sad and I used up all my 9 lives I had a wonderful life while it lasted.
hen I was born my mom had 4…Continue
Hello to you all,
I saw my GP this week and she mentionned that a new byetta shot is on the market since last month. Only one injection a day ... Has anybody experienced this new shot. My GP told me that I should stay on byetta 10 mg twice a day as I don't have any side effects.
This is a copy of an article that was posted in the The Hutt News. The link.
Ironman Heidi-Jane James (nee Humphries) has more reason than most to be grumpy about life. The 32-year-old is a Type 1 diabetic and lives with the constant threat of dying if her $7000 insulin pump doesn’t do its job. To make matters…Continue
Added by Renata Pellino-Porter on July 27, 2010 at 2:27pm — No Comments