TuDiabetes Live Interview: Starting the New Year with Gary Scheiner, CDE

Bring your toughest diabetes questions!! Gary is up for a challenge.

Gary is a certified diabetes educator, insulin-pump and continuous glucose monitor user and trainer, and Masters-level exercise physiologist. He serves on the advisory boards of several diabetes device manufacturers and pharmaceutical companies; volunteers for the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation, Diabetes Exercise & Sports Association, American Diabetes Association, and Setebaid diabetes camps; and serves on the faculty of Children With Diabetes. Gary teaches and art and science of blood-glucose balancing to people with diabetes throughout the world from his private practice, Integrated Diabetes Services as well as through his online school of higher learning for insulin users, Type 1 University.



Join us on the homepage of TuDiabetes for a live presentation and question-and-answer session with 
Gary Scheiner, founder of 
Integrated Diabetes Services and author of 
Think Like a Pancreas, 
The Ultimate Guide to Accurate Carb Counting, and now Until there is a Cure: the Latest and Greatest in Diabetes Self-Care.

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Comment by Holger Schmeken on January 30, 2014 at 3:33am

Gary is such a pro. It is really great to have him here on a regular basis.

For sports and the adrenalin induced highs I wanted to add that the right sequence might make a difference. Such as that you start with an adrenalin challenge like weight lifting or what ever the challenge might be. Then you consume the BG spike with moderate jogging or cross training in the following hour of your training.

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