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#WalkWithD

I’ve walked with diabetes for 28 years. Pumping is a relatively recent journey, started only 5 weeks ago. This is a little bit of insight into a pumper’s routine. https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.682443978539216.1073741825.100003208614503&type=1&l=f639a96de6 Advertisements

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Glucose Management and the Road to Now

SERIOUSLY LONG, CANDID AND RAMBLING POST AHEAD: ENTER AT YOUR OWN RISK: In my Facebook group today, following a post about the benefits of regular blood glucose testing, someone asked me what was the catalyst that prompted me to start blood glucose … Continue reading

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Dear Diabetes

Dear Diabetes Well, we’ve been together for a long time now. You’ve been my constant companion throughout my whole adult life. You sat in the passenger seat when I learned to drive, you rode pillion when I passed my motorbike … Continue reading

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Too low or not too low: That is the question!

I’ve been eating a low carb, high fat diet for about 6 months now. Mostly, my glucose levels have stabilised quite well. I still have the occasional low but they’re very few and far between. And I still have the … Continue reading

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