Diabetic to Dietetics
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.
Sport hydration: more than just water
When the student becomes the professional - after 6 years of schooling, I've finally achieved RD(t) status. Let's talk about next steps.
Hello folks, let's talk fuelling in motion. We'll call this one diabetes sport trick of the trade number 321 😉
For the past six years my family has been segregated due to school. This was largely in part because I couldn’t find a balance between school and pretty much anything…
When a heat wave strikes, and cooks our insulin, and pretty much all things diabetes, we pivot.
Today we're going to master the art of testing blood sugars in motion – whether it's finger pricking or scanning, we've got this!
Communicating the Type 1 experience with 3 other T1Ds - podcast style!
Some people race the clock when riding their bikes, but not me – I race the lows!