Diabetic to Dietetics
It appears Covid-19 has caused a limitation on the number of Libre sensors we can order through our pharmacies. I'm trying to find out why.
Traveling with type-1 diabetes: sometimes it goes swimmingly; sometimes it’s the pits. My recent trip to Arizona was a bit of a rotter T1D wise.
First race back in a long time. My blood sugars tried getting in my way, but the force within me was too strong for Dear Diabetes this time.
Hi folks, My body, brain and heart need a bit of a breather this week, so I’ve gone running! See you back here next week. Same time. Same place. Same…
Type-1 diabetes is not textbook, so there's no way textbook guidelines are suitable for all. This is me majorly veering from those guidelines!
I was in the right place at the right time, wearing the most perfect hoody, to take on sport nutrition awareness and advocacy.
That time in internship when you go from following dietitians to leading nutrition ... kind of surprising the rotation it happened to me on!
Dear readers, today I bring you a post from the memory vault, a post that invites you into the early days of my type-1 diabetes, a post that is very…
Halfway through my dietetics practicum and the one thing I keep saying over and over: Thank You Journalism!
When the BG gods are against you, there's only one thing to do: fight like a bat out of hell to get through it!
For over 30 years, my HbA1c has haunted me. It's high time we, the diabetes community, put a stop to that.
After years of no races on the calendar, suddenly this T1D sport chickie's calendar is filling up with running and cycling races!