Category Archives: Insulin

Living With Type 1 Diabetes: I Hear You, But I’m Not You

I’ve had type 1 diabetes for nearly 14 years. I have fallen off the wagon a few times, battled diabulimia, survived numerous insulin shock comas and ketoacidosis episodes, and …

AskNadia: Why High Altitudes Will Give You High Blood Sugars

Dear Nadia:

Why do my BG’s run high when I hike in higher altitudes?

RU

Dear RU:

When you exercise in elevations your body is accustomed to, chances are you have a good idea of how your blood sugar will …

AskNadia: Why You Cannot Reverse or Cure Diabetes With a Supplement

Dear Nadia,

I sell a supplement that reverses and cures diabetes. It controls high blood sugars. I think your readers will benefit from using my product.

Jennifer,

Dear Jennifer:

There are many companies like yours who promise to cure diabetes …

Diabetes Health Type 1: Diabetes: Finding Acceptance

I don’t have lots of cash, or a big house.  I work a ton of hours and don’t even have a lot of spare time, but there are some things that are just worth doing.  A little sacrifice of time …

Diabetes Health Type 1: Immune Boost Eliminates Insulin Injections

 

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American researchers have found a way for people living with diabetes, immune cells, to do away with daily insulin injections for up to a year.

People …

Diabetes Health Type 2: How to Manage The Dawn Phenomenon

Dawn phenomenon is the situation where the liver removes insulin from the blood in the morning hours, which causes morning blood sugars to go up, even if breakfast is skipped.

Non-diabetics make insulin in little squirts about a minute apart.