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6/12/2007 4:08:00 PM
I've had type 1 diabetes for 36 years & just started on pump therapy last year. Living with diabetes is always interesting & sometimes crazy. Welcome to the world of Donnabetes!
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Posted Jul 10 2007 8:55PM
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Posted Apr 18 2008 1:35PM
the real cure to diabetes is knowledge. Know the disease process and management. get info direct from health care providers. http://nursesnotesonline.blogspot.com
Posted Mar 7 2009 11:00PM
My academic background is in cardiology, biomedical science, and engineering. But I ran into so many diabetics in my practice, and plus I also became diabetic -- I realized that the drugs I was taking (insulin, Coumadin, Lipitor, etc.) were not giving me the response I expected. My patients were not getting better, leading to various cardio-related conditions. When I prescribed more drugs, their health didn't improve -- but, at the time, I assumed they were doing something wrong. When it happened to me, I realized that it wasn't them (or me) -- it was the treatment protocol! Luckily for me, my background in engineering allowed me to step outside the traditional medical mindset -- to use engineering tools and methods to find a better solution to my poor health state.
Future Focus Game
Posted Jun 25 2009 4:31PM
When I was diagnosed with diabetes at the age of nine, I had no idea how to manage with new disease because I had never heard of it in my life. Nevertheless, my little brother Rudy decided he wanted to help me overcome the difficulty of comprehending diabetic terminology and created a board game called Future Focus. My family immediately knew that this was a great idea and helped my brother take it a step forward, and created our own business that helps children learn diabetes in a fun educational way. We have created our own website that consists of two very important diabetes education aspects. These are in fact, our Future Focus game, and also our newly developed TV show. This TV show helps viewers witness the consequences a diabetic undergoes if he/she does not take care of themselves, and also serves as a very education tool that helps the viewer prevent diabetes. So please check out our website at www.futurefocusgame.com. Diabetes should not be your weakness but a strength. T
Posted Aug 21 2009 9:02AM
My Mom has diabetes, but is managing well through diet and exercise. We also found this website really helpful: http://www.goodhealthrewards.com/ It's great for learning tips about diabetes, but also has a free tracking tool!
Posted Jan 9 2011 5:35PM
this blog has been very informative.I've been researching diabetes a lot. Exercise is very important in combating diabetes. Diet is key too but don't fortet to exercise. During my research I found a website discusses a cure for diabetes. Let me know what you think. It's http://Curefor-Diabetes.com
Posted Mar 1 2011 3:41PM
Hi, I see that your blog focuses on diabetes and wanted to share some information with you about a new monthly diabetes test that may reduce or even eliminate the need for blood glucose testing, especially in type 2 diabetics. The test uses a biomarker called glycated albumin (GA) which gives you more frequent feedback than what A1c can give. Just so you know, I work for the company that is currently developing this test. The product isn’t out of the market yet, but we are trying to spread awareness about the benefits of glycated albumin testing. Please follow us on twitter (http://twitter.com/Epinex#) and facebook to stay up to date on the latest diabetes news and developments on how GA can help. The company website is www.epinex.com. Rachel Bohunis PR associate Epinex Diagnostics.
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Posted Sep 30 2011 10:36AM
DeeBee64-Crazy is right. I am always hungry. Don't know what to eat. Type 2 is just half tbe battle when you have another condition too. One can't have one kind of food the other can have. Took to making my own baked goods. Need something different to snack on. I can control the stuff I put in it. I am Italian and had to make over my lasagna to fit my conditions. Comes out great with whole wheat pasta. I always feel lost in the mitchen lately. But it is times like that I come upwith some cool new ideas.
Posted Feb 9 2012 5:41PM
The Charles Bar Celebrity chef Charles Mattocks, aka the "Poor Chef", is proud to introduce his newest creation, the Charles Bar. The Charles Bar is unique in that it offers chocolate lovers a premium Belgian chocolate indulgence that's sugar free, gluten free, low in net carbs and guaranteed to be some of the best chocolate you've ever tasted, bar none. A diabetic himself, it was important for Charles to find a premium quality chocolate that was diabetic friendly and yet possessed all the desirable attributes of fine chocolate- rich robust flavor, creamy texture, pleasing mouth feel and no unpleasant aftertaste. After sampling many of the sugar free chocolate products widely available in stores and finding none that measured up to his standard, he didn't know if it would be possible. Then one day he remembered eating a really good sugar free Belgian chocolate bar while living in California. With a little effort, he found the company that made the sugar free chocolat
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