I think one of the most confusing parts about diabetes is that it is really many different conditions that have the same name. Even though there are many different causes, all types of diabetes result in abnormally high levels of sugar (also called glucose) in the blood. In this post, I’ll just cover the 2 most common forms – Type 1 and Type 2.
Diabetes numbers on the rise per CDC, lifestyle factors continue to be a factor, yet little support to deal with burnout or promote healthy self management.
Diabetes is a burden to every aspect of your life, not just your body. While a good understanding of what is going on inside you and expertise in medications, diet, exercise is imperative to living long and strong, it is not enough.
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Catch the replay of this week’s video chat! On my mind this week, is insulin prices and how to play the best game of diabetes you can!
Tracking Insulin prices is a necessary hobby as I don’t have injectable coverage. In this week’s blog, I share my secrets!