03/25/2017 at 05:00.
Along with almost 26 million Americans battling diabetes are athletes at the top of their game, refusing to let the disease stand in the way of their dreams.
5 Athletes Excelling With Type 1 Diabetes
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03/25/2017 at 09:08
Certainly gives hope. Just got discharged yesterday morning from the hospital. Gotta love some good ketoacidosis. Stinkin flu bug!
03/25/2017 at 04:00.
Here are several reasons why people with type 2 diabetes might be put on insulin temporarily.
Type 2 Diabetes: Reasons For Temporary Insulin Use
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03/25/2017 at 03:00.
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03/25/2017 at 05:32
Haha let's me out
03/25/2017 at 03:24
Chelsea McDonald 😂😂
03/25/2017 at 02:00.
Be sure to consider putting these eight items on your grocery list if you are working on weight maintenance or loss, and better blood sugar control.
Diabetes Diet: Eight Foods To Put On Your Shopping List
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03/25/2017 at 02:17
My all time favorite thing that helps to keep my sugar down & leveled is by eating bulgar wheat. I'm type 1. I use it as a replacement for rice. It's so good. I highly recommend it. I wouldn't if it didn't work.
03/25/2017 at 02:57
I have been craving strawberries for over two weeks. I have probably eaten a good 2 lbs of strawberries since. I cannot get enough...
03/25/2017 at 02:24
Brittany Michelle Scryba
Interesting article I should make notes on this
03/25/2017 at 01:00.
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03/25/2017 at 01:48
The last time someone came around me with a cold, I caught it. I probably should have been in the hospital, since my sugar was up in the 300's for 3 days!
03/25/2017 at 02:33
I constantly have infections. 😶😩
I also have a broken ankle that won't heal. I broke it in September. I'm only 23! 😡
03/25/2017 at 01:35
Had cancer chemotherapy and radiation im type two 59 and raising a grandson who started kindergarten last fall i have been sick all winter :(
yesterday at 23:00.
Eating reasonable portions of the foods we enjoy helps us maintain a healthy weight, and keep our blood sugar under control. Here are our tips for doing just that.
Tips For Eating Healthy Portions of Carbs and Calories
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03/25/2017 at 02:20
I'm type 1. I eat low carb wraps. They have 11 grams of carbs. I use keto pancake mix that has 17 grams for 3 pancakes. And Bobs Red Mills low carb pizza crust mix. None of these are expensive. I find them right at my local Wegmans grocery store. They are also online.
yesterday at 23:08
Stephen Pearce.... some handy hints. Haven't had an update for a while, how's your progress?
yesterday at 23:44
It's a long road and it will take time but I would like to be 95 kg by time I go home for holidays in may
yesterday at 04:00.
Those with diabetes must always be aware of their blood glucose levels. This includes being aware of what might happen to your levels while sleeping.
Is It Safe to Go to Sleep with High or Low Blood Sugar?
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yesterday at 05:58
I prefer to sleep after I take a correction for high sugar. The less I move and slower MH heart rate, the slower the excess sugar is going around causing damage.
yesterday at 17:43
Someone please tell me how a 4.9 at going to bed can turn into a 7.5 at waking up? It really worries me when the score is low, yet for some reason it is higher come morning? My fear is one day it won't be that like that and maybe I won't wake up.
Connie Mangrum Ferguson
yesterday at 15:24
I'm a type T2 and I checked my sugar before going to bed last night it was 573. I woke up this morning and I'm hurting all over. I'm addicted to sugar. What can I do?
yesterday at 03:00.
What are six actions you can take to reduce your anxiety?
Managing Diabetes-Related Anxiety
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yesterday at 18:12
Prednisone was used to take care of my pneumonia, however, the medication also prompted the increase of my glucose levels which led to diabetes. My A1C increased to 10.1 in those days. Luckily, I have found this simple to follow and reader-friendly “guide fizo amazing” (Google it). I have undergone a retesting 2 months later and the result implies that my A1C had decreased to 6.8 (just .3 above normal).
yesterday at 03:10
great to express
yesterday at 10:30
Nigel Knock Off Wright x
yesterday at 02:00.
How it feels sometimes...
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yesterday at 02:34
They'll NEVER cure diabetes why? It's a manageable disease that you can live a long healthy life with if you take care of yourself. Why cure a multi billion dollar money maker? It doesn't make good business sense to cure it. So stop giving your money to the American diabetes association it's just another profit corporation. I've been T-1 for 27 years now I've heard of an"possible" cure every year. Nothing yet. Give up hope people you're living a pipe dream.
yesterday at 02:11
Just got a pancreas transplant... I'm cured! No joke. I haven't needed an insulin shot since March 13th, 2017. Just got home today.
Dian Holt Cannon
03/25/2017 at 04:35
A friend of mine died from diabetes complications a few weeks ago. He was a double amputee. My grandfather died in 1978 after having his leg amputated. People seem to think diabetes is curable. How ignorant! Diabetics have to defend themselves for being sick, especially if they happen to be overweight. Disgusting!
yesterday at 01:00.
After being diagnosed with prediabetes and high cholesterol, David Hernandez was eventually able to turn his life around. How did he do it?
Defeating Denial: David's Inspirational Journey from Prediabetic to Health Coach
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yesterday at 15:04
Makes no sense to post this story and not share what diet he followed. Great job diabetic support
yesterday at 01:49
Would love to know which diet he used. Would like more information.
yesterday at 01:50
HbA1c of 12.9 prediabetic??? 300 lb weight loss over 5 yrs...minimally successful and accidental???
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yesterday at 03:00
Why is sudden bad news, a sudden fright, or something similar so unsettling? I had two minor strokes last year yet I can function normally, or at least appear to be, until put on the spot. Aphasia and previous loss of speech return so easily. I like doing business in writing, as I also don't remember things easily. All has to be structured. Routine. And I hate routines.
yesterday at 01:14
Today my level is more than zero ... Love3❤feeling better 🤰hope every day is done like this thanks 🙏
Amanda Rabski McColl
yesterday at 11:28
Sadly there are those of us that don't know what that picture would look like without diabetes...
03/23/2017 at 21:54.
Fortunately for those with peripheral neuropathy, (and those who just don’t like to sweat when they exercise), there is a way to stay in shape that is less demanding—and research revealed it provides neuropathy relief.
Tai Chi: Neuropathy Relief And Better Blood Sugar
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Lauretta D. Balderston
yesterday at 11:30
Can't some moves be done sitting till your strength is built up?
03/23/2017 at 21:56
Jaya Ramdass this is what I've been telling you about
yesterday at 20:11
Si , se fatto all'aperto però e senza fini di lucro!
03/23/2017 at 01:00.
A great article to share for people who may not know! (More people than you'd think...)
The Difference Between Type 1 and Type 2 Diabetes
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03/23/2017 at 01:14
Good info, unless you are like me. Diagnosed with type 1 at the age of 65. No sign of diabetes until a bout of keto acidosis put me in intensive care for a week. No symptoms until the day I was admitted with a blood sugar of 48. It does happen.
03/23/2017 at 01:25
Even type 2 has sub types. I appreciate that though this article is brief it does not perpetuate type 2 myths.
Heather Wilson Munro
03/23/2017 at 03:34
Good article! Cleared up a few things for me!
What are all of the health benefits that oats can bring you?
What Every Diabetic Should Know About the Magic of Oats
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03/23/2017 at 03:50
Try this method of cooking oatmeal.....boil a stick of cinnamon in water, boil, add your oats & low simmer till oats are cooked....you can add milk or just plain, hubby & I eat this every morning👍🏽
03/23/2017 at 21:42
My blood sugar is out of control within an hour of eating oatmeal. I can be right at 100 and take the required insulin for 1 serving and I will be between 300-400 within an hr
03/23/2017 at 01:17
My sugar spikes A LOT with oatmeal...I've tried rolled oats & steel cut gluten free oats...I've made them with organic almond milk, I even use half milk half water....sometimes just water...& sugar still spikes...
03/22/2017 at 23:00.
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03/22/2017 at 23:31
Sorry. Though I am a insulin dependent diabetic, I don't set around wishing for.. or feeling like a victim. Never will, regardless of what may happen in the future.
03/23/2017 at 00:11
My pancreas is a happy pancreas now! After diabetes and three strokes I changed my diet and lost ~50 pounds, mine started working again. I'm nice to my pancreas, and my pancreas is nice to me.
03/23/2017 at 09:01
I had to have an ultrasound late last year: the technician commented saying " it was the most anatomically perfect pancreas he'd ever seen" ........to which I replied "that's because it does nothing" .
03/22/2017 at 22:01.
What are the different kinds of rashes that your diabetes could be causing?
Does Diabetes Cause Rashes?
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03/23/2017 at 01:42
Summer time I itch all over. I asked my Gp. Why I'm itching so much . He did all the allergy test and my sugar test too. Allergy was clear but my sugar was a little higher and vitamin D was lower. After controlling it was fine all the itching is gone. But I'm dreading summer time heat again.
03/22/2017 at 23:21
Diabetes T2 is curable, preventable and at the very least manageable if proactive education is the primary focus.
If people really want to take back control of their health...then they (personally) have to want it and take responsibility for it.
Our governments and health systems are pegged to treat symptoms of a depleted human body...NOT prevention!
If they really cared, the food industry would be so tightly regulated that chemical sweetened food would be banned...
Trina Talley Bolton
03/23/2017 at 09:24
I've had necrobiosis diabeticorum on my left shin for years. For the longest time, itched and has been very sensitive to the touch. It progressed for a while but now it doesn't bother me outside of being an ugly scar. This is common for long time diabetics.
03/22/2017 at 21:00.
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Donabel Mejaran Dinolang
03/23/2017 at 00:38
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Kathy Ambro Bartolameolli
03/22/2017 at 23:09
It can get better by switching your way of eating. Wheat Belly or low carb high fat will reverse diabetes. You can find groups for both on facebook.
03/22/2017 at 21:32
The nerve pain wipes me out, but its true...those are the days I fight my hardest!
03/22/2017 at 19:00.
Chef Ward Alper,THE Decadent Diabetic chooses to see his life with diabetes as an adventure and inspires us to look at the road ahead positively.
The Challenges and Adventures of Eating with Diabetes
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03/22/2017 at 23:59
Every other day exercise, remember to take your meds when prescribed, eat moderate portions of what ever, at the appropriate times every day... All should be good. It has for me and I am not spring chicken. :)
03/22/2017 at 23:47
Really no challenge to it,high protein,low carb and good serving of good fats.That has worked for me.
03/22/2017 at 05:00.
How did Chef Ward Alper,THE Decadent Diabetic make his eating life work in a way that helped him manage his diabetes? He tells us all.
Don't Let Diabetes Doom You to Failure
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03/22/2017 at 07:48
I had been taking prednisone as a treatment for my pneumonia and found that it only tripled my blood sugar level which lead to another condition called diabetes. At the time, my A1C tested at 10.1. I read “guide fizo amazing” (Google it) - which is straightforward and simple to understand. Two months later, I was retested and my A1C had lowered to 6.8 (just .3 above normal).
03/22/2017 at 04:00.
Some of us need to main rigorous self control to follow our diabetes plan. Here are our tips on how to stay on track.
Following Your Diabetes Plan: Tips For Better Self-Control
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03/22/2017 at 13:05
This is a great article, with great tips, and I agree, willpower is a hard thing to control. Because I don't believe in diets, but rather a "replacement" plan, I have created a great free program to help with this exact issue. It is a 10-day program that comes with support, practical tips and daily action plans. If you'd like more info, feel free to message me! :)
03/22/2017 at 16:05
Anyone that knows me, knows willpower permeates my life. The author is correct. For me, its strong throughout the day, but starts dwindling long about cocktail hour and on into the evening. Makes life challenging for a man that loves food, single malts, and is a home chef.. I'll share a secret... when my body craves sweets, usually in the evening, I take a sip of allegedly "diabetic friendly”, low-glycemic, organic Blue Agava. It solves the craving and doesn't spike BS, but not a regular habit.
03/22/2017 at 08:10
This “guide fizo amazing” (Google it) is the most sensible and simple to follow plan for overall health and reversing diabetes. This diet/lifestyle change is so much easier to follow, no carb or calorie counting! Thanks to a change to plant based living, I'm no longer Diabetic or Hypertensive and I have lost Sixty pounds!! It's true you really can reverse diabetes.