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What’s in a diabetic’s bag ?

Hello friends. This is my very first article on my very first blog. :)

I have an obsession for bags and I love to shop whenever I get a chance. 710 more words


Could someone you know be at risk, too?

View these common symptoms to see if you or someone you know is at risk. 

Slow healing

Vein damage occurs when irregular large amounts of glucose are in the blood. 308 more words

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Interesting Facts you might not have known...

  1. The word “diabetes” is Greek for “siphon,” which refers to the copious urine of uncontrolled diabetes. “Mellitus” is Latin for “honey” or “sweet,” a name added when physicians discovered that the urine from people with diabetes is sweet with glucose.
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Increasing the Protein and Lowering the Sugar

I’ve decided to give a Nutritionalist a try, in an effort to control my sugar levels better. Although she’s lovely, and I’ve learnt some things, I still find no one really knows how to manage sugar levels for those of us with Type 1 Diabetes. 517 more words


Teach Your Parents Well

If you have a child with t1d, I’m sure you have had many trials, heartache, and challenges.  Just getting your child to eat, test, and bolus when he or she should can be an insurmountable task.   421 more words


A (Vicious) Grieving Cycle

When you have type 1 diabetes, you experience a special kind of grieving that seems to keep repeating itself. I’ve been diabetic for 4 decades, and I’ve found that this process has occurred so many times I can’t count. 533 more words


Sometimes to find the solution, you have to take a second look at the questions.

This talk is extremely insightful. Peter Attia’s personal and professional experience with insulin resistance and diabetes is truly remarkable.

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