Category Archives: Diabetes Technology

Self-Reflection: Is Low Carb Worth It?

A couple weeks ago, I wrote about how I was thinking about joining the low carb club. While I logically, critically understood that low carb was going to be better for my blood sugars (because when you have a hard … Continue reading

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How Low Should I Go?

It’s a question as old as time: To carb, or not to carb… For the past 22 years, the answer has been a resounding “CARB!” and believe you me, I have never held back. Of course, I’ve also only had … Continue reading

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Friday Five

Hope everyone is enjoyed their short week! It was pretty busy now that I am back in school (my fourth semester), so I thought I would do a little update bullet point style. As I just mentioned, I have started … Continue reading

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Memory Lane

Today let’s talk about changes, in one of two ways.  Either tell us what you’d most like to see change about diabetes, in any way.  This can be management tools, devices, medications, people’s perceptions, your own feelings – anything at … Continue reading

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My Diabetes Closet

Yesterday we kept stuff in, so today let’s clear stuff out.  What is in your diabetic closet that needs to be cleaned out?  This can be an actual physical belonging, or it can be something you’re mentally or emotionally hanging … Continue reading

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Product Review: Abbott’s FreeStyle Precision Neo

A few weeks ago, Jessica Sachariason, Public Affairs Manager for Abbott, reached out to me about doing a product review of a new blood glucose meter called the Freestyle Precision Neo. Now, being an Omnipodder, I don’t really have much … Continue reading

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Threshold

How long does it take you to change something? I recently finished an article for Diabetes Forecast about using CGM data, and one thing that I learned was that patterns can be identified when they happen more days than not … Continue reading

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