Diabetic to Dietetics
Sports injuries are not fun, especially when they take years to recover from. In this post, Katie Bartel RD provides nutrition tips to help accelerate the healing process
Navigating relationships with healthcare for people with T1D, and focusing on the power of positive relationships with pharmacists
Katie Bartel, a registered dietitian and person with T1D, explores the hot topic of dieting for managing type-1 diabetes, and explains her personal and evidence-based reasons for not endorsing the…
Katie Bartel's type-1 diabetes turns 34 today. In this "diaversary" themed post, the registered dietitian takes time to reflect on the achievements she's had with type-1 diabetes constantly at her…
Registered dietitian Katie Bartel walks us through how to calculate insulin for high fat-protein meals using fat-protein units
Katie Bartel RD shares the early years of her diabetes story through a progression of school photos.
When the heat wave hits and your appetite plummets, what do you do for nutrition? Registered Dietitian Katie Bartel provides meal suggestions for navigating low to no appetite during a…
Registered dietitian Katie Bartel discusses the pitfalls of striving for a perfect HbA1c, and encourages both the T1D community and healthcare professionals to look at the broader picture, beyond the…
Nutrition for sport with type-1 diabetes is not easy, and it's not textbook, but registered dietitian Katie Bartel helps break the general recommendations down.
Some days diabetes needs to be put on the back burner in favour of elevating mental health.
Katie Bartel describes her journey from journalism to dietitian, and the importance of serving the type-1 diabetes population as a registered dietitian with T1D.
It's ok to say NO to talking about your diabetes. This disease is yours, no one else's. If you don't want to discuss it, that's totally okay.