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Podcast 89: Diabetes Against the Grain | Allison Herschede

After decades of frustrating results and fed up with the type 1 diabetes roller coaster, Allison completely changed her life and diabetes management by switching to a low carb lifestyle. She took her new way of eating seriously and lost 55+ pounds and was able to get off all medications with the exception of insulin. This journey fueled her desire to learn more about how her own T1D body worked and to then share her message with others. Allison jumped head first into a series of nursing degrees and coaching certifications including pregnancy and pre-diabetes coaching. She is the real deal exemplifying how to both live well and support others in their journey with diabetes and achieving normalized blood sugars! SPONSOR: Drs. Matt and Jennifer Brooks know the diabetes game as they have a son living with type 1 diabetes. In addition to glasses and contact lenses, Innovative Eyecare provide medical care including treatment and management of glaucoma, makular degeneration, cataracts, red...

52 MINJUN 30
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Podcast 89: Diabetes Against the Grain | Allison Herschede

Podcast 88: T1D Drives Me To Serve The Underdog

Reverend Bales story was one I could not pass up. While many of us living Type 1 diabetes quarantined, he hit the front line to serve the homeless community on Skid Row. He has lived with T1D for 48 years and hasn’t let this disease keep him from achieving his goals both physically and professionally. He is truly a hero! SPONSOR: Courage Endures mission is to help those with chronic illness navigate their life long journey through movement and community. They recognize, promote, and celebrate those who choose courage over challenge on their pursuit towards health, happiness and optimal living. BIO: Since the winter of 1985, when Andy preached a message to his students about the importance of feeding hungry people and never turning your back on a hurting person 6 times on a Friday, only to not practice what he preached when a hungry man asked him for his sandwich while Andy working a 2nd job on the weekends. Since then, Andy has been haunted by the thought of leaving one precious human being on the streets. He use to look through people digging out of dumpsters or living on the streets but immediately, that “haunting” turned into action, as Andy has led four non-profits addressing homelessness in Des Moines, Iowa, Pasadena and now at Union Rescue Mission of Los Angeles. During Andy’s time, URM has completed a Capital Campaign to open the magnificent Hope Gardens Family Center for moms and children, and senior ladies and is nearing completion of a $50 Million Capital Campaign to open a URM satellite for 86 families devastated by homelessness in South LA County. Andy has played a significant role in addressing hospital dumping of patients, regionalizing services and influencing Los Angeles to take urgent action to address homelessness. When Andy lost his right leg to a flesh eating disease present on Skid Row, the LA City Council declared a shelter emergency. Andy and wife Bonnie have 6 children, 7 grandchildren, and have helped parent 25 foster children throughout the years. WATCH ON YOUTUBE: SHOW NOTES: * Courage Endures * Union Rescue Mission * URM Walk * Amazing Stories from Skid Row Podcast * Rev Andy’s Blog * YouTube * Trialnet * American Disabilities Act PLEASE NOTE: We are not giving medical advice, but only sharing our story and management about life with diabetes. Please seek medical advice from your regular GP or endocrinologist before changing your diabetes regimen.

46 MINJUN 16
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Podcast 88: T1D Drives Me To Serve The Underdog

Podcast 87: Taking T1D on an Epic Appalachian Trail Adventure | Mike Joyce

Throughout his epic adventure, Mike went from couch potato to dropping around 100 lbs. in order to fulfill his dream of hiking the Appalachian Trail all while adjusting his diabetes management. It takes a lot of courage to completely overhaul your habits! His ability to plan all things hiking for 5+ months AND throwing in all the diabetes supplies traveling cross country blows my mind. This is only the beginning as he soon off to his next adventure. CONTEST: What hashtag would you use to encourage diapeeps to hit the trails? The person with the most creative hashtag will win a lofty gift of goodies to help you live your best active life. Please shoot your ideas via social media or to Penelope@diabetesdailygrind.com. We can’t wait to see what you come up with. SPONSOR: Courage Endures mission is to help those with chronic illness navigate their life long journey through movement and community. They recognize, promote, and celebrate those who choose courage over challenge on their pursuit towards health, happiness and optimal living. BIO: Having Diabetes since 1996, Mike Joyce has a decade of experience with MDI and a decade with pump therapy. This combination has helped him surpass his expectations for treatment goals. Adding a CGM to his tool belt was also a game changer for providing him real time data for the food he eats. This treatment coupled with dietary changes created an environment for him to take on endurance sports. Mike has run several ultra marathons and backpacked the entire 2,192 miles Appalachian Trail in 2019. He continues to chase dreams of adventure and is spend the summer of 2020 exploring the great outdoors near Moab, Utah followed by a thru-hike attempt of the Pacific Northwest Trail from Glacier National Park in Montana to the Olympic Coast in Washington. Feel free to follow him on his adventure at www.instagram.com/sweet.hiking WATCH ON YOUTUBE: SHOW NOTES: * Courage Endures * PLEASE NOTE: We are not giving medical advice, but only sharing our story and management about life with diabetes. Please seek medical advice from your regular GP or endocrinologist before changing your diabetes regimen.

74 MINMAY 29
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Podcast 87: Taking T1D on an Epic Appalachian Trail Adventure | Mike Joyce

Podcast 86: The Highs & Lows of Diabetes and Cannabis | Sarah MacLeod

Sarah is a breath of fresh air. Her ability to be honest, vulnerableand willing to discuss all aspects of her T1D journey is the perfect combination to connect the diabetes online masses. In this first ever episode for the DDG, we discuss medicinal cannabis and what it has done for Sarah in addition to daily practices of yoga, meditation and online connectivity. SPONSOR: Don’t forget to use code DDG25 to receive a 25% discount on your first order of Godtliv products. Godtliv brings together the worlds of wellness and design to create products and experiences that engage the senses, ignite the spirit, and soothe the soul. PLEASE NOTE: As said in this episode, we are not giving medical advice, but only sharing our story and management about life with diabetes. Please seek medical advice from your regular GP or endocrinologist before changing your diabetes regimen. BIO: Sarah MacLeod has lived with Type 1 diabetes since 2005. During her teens and early twenties she struggled with depression, diabetes burnout, and disordered eating. After finding the diabetes online community, Sarah became more involved in the world of T1D by organizing her own in-person peer support group opportunity for women with diabetes. Her connection to other women living with diabetes inspired Sarah to seek out more wellness & community-based opportunities. Since recovering from diabulimia in 2011, and learning to live with diabetes-related complications such as gastroparesis, neuropathy, and retinopathy, Sarah has become a certified holistic health coach, yoga teacher, and reiki practitioner. She is also an astrologer and tarot card enthusiast. Sarah enjoys empowering other people who live with diabetes, especially women, and helps others explore their own holistic health and highest self through her platform, Grace & Growth, which places an emphasis on spiritual wellness for women with type 1. WATCH ON YOUTUBE: SHOW NOTES: * Godtliv * Cannabinoids * Bio-Individuality * THC-V * Slipstream * Wisdom of the Sages Podcast * Gastroparesis

58 MINMAY 14
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Podcast 86: The Highs & Lows of Diabetes and Cannabis | Sarah MacLeod

Podcast 85: An Open Conversation About Insulin With Novo Nordisk | Dr. Todd Hobbs & Ken Inchausti

After a recent announcement from Novo Nordisk I cleared my schedule to record this episode with Dr. Todd Hobbs, Chief Medical Officer for North America and Ken Inchausti, Senior Director of Corporate Communications. In this open discussion they share resources and cost saving programs, details about insulin production, insulin trials and what’s on the horizon for insulin therapies. I learned SO much about a drug I’ve been taking for decades! Thank you everyone for submitting your questions for this episode. Please feel free to contact me any time if there is someone you would like me to interview. WATCH ON YOUTUBE: SHOW NOTES: * Novocare.com * Hotline: 844.NOVO4ME (M-F, 8:30am-11:00pm, Sat, 11:00am-7:00pm) Programs: * My $99 insulin (three vials or two pack of pens) * Generic Insulin/Unbranded Biologic (50% regular price) * Immediate Supply Option * Enhanced Patient Assistance – If you use a Novo Nordisk insulin and lost health insurance coverage because of a change in job status...

57 MINMAY 5
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Podcast 85: An Open Conversation About Insulin With Novo Nordisk | Dr. Todd Hobbs & Ken Inchausti

Podcast 84: Temporarily Donating My Body To Science | Craig Le Fevre

After being rejected to join an insulin therapy clinical trial, I was determined to find someone who was able to participate. DDG’s newest team member, Cynthia Celt, connected the dots and hooked me up with Craig who shared his recent experience as a participant in a rather intense trial. Thank you Craig for temporarily donating your body to science to help fellow insulin dependent dia-peeps. Keep on trucking… jeeping you brave soul. BIO: I was diagnosed with diabetes 9 years ago when I was 26. Managed by multiple daily injections up until last July when I got my first pump, which led me to getting a job with Tandem Diabetes in April 2020. When I’m not wrangling my diabetes I go out to the hills with my family in our Jeeps. My wife and I have his and hers Jeep Wranglers that we take our 2 kids out in. I also like doing DIY projects around the house and woodworking, Diabetes was a big life changer for me but I’ve learned things about myself, had opportunities, and made friends th...

60 MINAPR 28
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Podcast 84: Temporarily Donating My Body To Science | Craig Le Fevre

Podcast 83: A Positive Poster Child for the Type 2 Diabetes Community | Tracey D. Brown

For newly diagnosed T2D, it might be overwhelming and many fall into diabetes denial. In an effort to change this mentality, Tracey shares an authentic story of how a question from her daughter was the “aha” moment to take things seriously. In this episode, Tracey unapologetically shares her story because there is no shame in the game! Diabetes is a family affair and her energy, lifestyle choices and overall mentality is hopefully contagious – in a good way. BIO: Tracey D. Brown is Chief Executive Officer of the American Diabetes Association (ADA), the nation’s largest voluntary health organization and a global authority on diabetes. Tracey joined the ADA in June 2018 after her tenure as senior vice president of operations and chief experience officer at Sam’s Club, a division of Walmart, Inc., where she was responsible for creating meaningful member experiences, directing member strategy, marketing and branding, go-to-market execution, data and analytics and membership operati...

51 MINAPR 14
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Podcast 83: A Positive Poster Child for the Type 2 Diabetes Community | Tracey D. Brown

Podcast 82: I’ve Found What Works Best For Me | Kyle Kondoff

I connected with Kyle on social media and like many of my past guests, he shoots it to you straight about diet, exercise and his diabetes hacks. He isn’t shy and shares his opinion on lifestyle and offers HIS take on things without offering up medical advice. I was a little squeamish when Kyle shared details about a current trial he’s participating in, but eager to learn more about the advancements in CGM technology from someone who is walking the walk. BIO: My name is Kyle, and I’ve been a firefighter for nine years years now and joined the T1D community (diagnosed) about four years ago. When I was first diagnosed, I thought I wouldn’t be able to continue this career path that I very much loved anymore. It took awhile for me to build up enough confidence to approach my chief as I was worried I would have to quit. It wasn’t until after I conversed with my chief that I knew I would never let anything hold me back. I quickly embarked on a low carb, high protein lifestyle to help ...

60 MINMAR 28
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Podcast 82: I’ve Found What Works Best For Me | Kyle Kondoff

Podcast 81: Pandemic Or Not - Emergency Insulin Resources | Big Pharma

This impromptu episode was created to hopefully set your mind at ease. As PWDs are flooded with stories on social media concerning the fear of an insulin shortage or the disruption of diabetes supplies, I felt compelled to act. Even though most companies have issued statements reassuring people living with diabetes that everything would be okay, I wanted to hear it for myself from the company leaders. SHOW NOTES: This episode was brought to you by Mirabalm, the first 100% natural, solvent free, chemical free, and pain free medical adhesive remover on the market. Links: * NOVOCARE.COM * Hotline: 844 – NOVO4ME (668-6463) * MannKind.com * InsulinSavings.com * Hotline: 818-661-5047 * Email: guide@mannkindcorp.com * LillyCares Program * Hotline: 833-808-1234 PLEASE let me know if you NEED any other resources, amber@diabetesdailygrind.com! The Diabetes Daily Grind has your back. Deep breaths everyone. Please take a moment each day to get outside, soak up natural Vitamin D, double down on supplements while we’re quarantined and DON’T forget to check on a neighbor or T1D friend. We’ve got this!

42 MINMAR 24
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Podcast 81: Pandemic Or Not - Emergency Insulin Resources | Big Pharma

Podcast 80: I Don’t Need You to Build Me a Watch, I Just Need to Know What Time it is | Levi Davenport

I stumbled upon a YouTube channel, Between Two Lines, that was informative and hilarious at the same time. In each episode, Levi shares his down to earth thoughts on a particular Type 1 diabetes related subject using a real talk, no sugar coating, approach. His dry wit and ability to make light of what living with this disease is like had me laughing and saying – man this guy gets it. SHOW NOTES: This episode was brought to you by ProSciento, a leading specialty clinical research organization exclusively focused on NASH, diabetes, obesity and related metabolic diseases. Links: * Between Two Lines YouTube channel * Twitter: @_between2lines * Instagram: @_betweentwolines * Email: thetwolines@gmail.com

49 MINMAR 15
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Podcast 80: I Don’t Need You to Build Me a Watch, I Just Need to Know What Time it is | Levi Davenport

Latest Episodes

Podcast 89: Diabetes Against the Grain | Allison Herschede

After decades of frustrating results and fed up with the type 1 diabetes roller coaster, Allison completely changed her life and diabetes management by switching to a low carb lifestyle. She took her new way of eating seriously and lost 55+ pounds and was able to get off all medications with the exception of insulin. This journey fueled her desire to learn more about how her own T1D body worked and to then share her message with others. Allison jumped head first into a series of nursing degrees and coaching certifications including pregnancy and pre-diabetes coaching. She is the real deal exemplifying how to both live well and support others in their journey with diabetes and achieving normalized blood sugars! SPONSOR: Drs. Matt and Jennifer Brooks know the diabetes game as they have a son living with type 1 diabetes. In addition to glasses and contact lenses, Innovative Eyecare provide medical care including treatment and management of glaucoma, makular degeneration, cataracts, red...

52 MINJUN 30
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Podcast 89: Diabetes Against the Grain | Allison Herschede

Podcast 88: T1D Drives Me To Serve The Underdog

Reverend Bales story was one I could not pass up. While many of us living Type 1 diabetes quarantined, he hit the front line to serve the homeless community on Skid Row. He has lived with T1D for 48 years and hasn’t let this disease keep him from achieving his goals both physically and professionally. He is truly a hero! SPONSOR: Courage Endures mission is to help those with chronic illness navigate their life long journey through movement and community. They recognize, promote, and celebrate those who choose courage over challenge on their pursuit towards health, happiness and optimal living. BIO: Since the winter of 1985, when Andy preached a message to his students about the importance of feeding hungry people and never turning your back on a hurting person 6 times on a Friday, only to not practice what he preached when a hungry man asked him for his sandwich while Andy working a 2nd job on the weekends. Since then, Andy has been haunted by the thought of leaving one precious human being on the streets. He use to look through people digging out of dumpsters or living on the streets but immediately, that “haunting” turned into action, as Andy has led four non-profits addressing homelessness in Des Moines, Iowa, Pasadena and now at Union Rescue Mission of Los Angeles. During Andy’s time, URM has completed a Capital Campaign to open the magnificent Hope Gardens Family Center for moms and children, and senior ladies and is nearing completion of a $50 Million Capital Campaign to open a URM satellite for 86 families devastated by homelessness in South LA County. Andy has played a significant role in addressing hospital dumping of patients, regionalizing services and influencing Los Angeles to take urgent action to address homelessness. When Andy lost his right leg to a flesh eating disease present on Skid Row, the LA City Council declared a shelter emergency. Andy and wife Bonnie have 6 children, 7 grandchildren, and have helped parent 25 foster children throughout the years. WATCH ON YOUTUBE: SHOW NOTES: * Courage Endures * Union Rescue Mission * URM Walk * Amazing Stories from Skid Row Podcast * Rev Andy’s Blog * YouTube * Trialnet * American Disabilities Act PLEASE NOTE: We are not giving medical advice, but only sharing our story and management about life with diabetes. Please seek medical advice from your regular GP or endocrinologist before changing your diabetes regimen.

46 MINJUN 16
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Podcast 88: T1D Drives Me To Serve The Underdog

Podcast 87: Taking T1D on an Epic Appalachian Trail Adventure | Mike Joyce

Throughout his epic adventure, Mike went from couch potato to dropping around 100 lbs. in order to fulfill his dream of hiking the Appalachian Trail all while adjusting his diabetes management. It takes a lot of courage to completely overhaul your habits! His ability to plan all things hiking for 5+ months AND throwing in all the diabetes supplies traveling cross country blows my mind. This is only the beginning as he soon off to his next adventure. CONTEST: What hashtag would you use to encourage diapeeps to hit the trails? The person with the most creative hashtag will win a lofty gift of goodies to help you live your best active life. Please shoot your ideas via social media or to Penelope@diabetesdailygrind.com. We can’t wait to see what you come up with. SPONSOR: Courage Endures mission is to help those with chronic illness navigate their life long journey through movement and community. They recognize, promote, and celebrate those who choose courage over challenge on their pursuit towards health, happiness and optimal living. BIO: Having Diabetes since 1996, Mike Joyce has a decade of experience with MDI and a decade with pump therapy. This combination has helped him surpass his expectations for treatment goals. Adding a CGM to his tool belt was also a game changer for providing him real time data for the food he eats. This treatment coupled with dietary changes created an environment for him to take on endurance sports. Mike has run several ultra marathons and backpacked the entire 2,192 miles Appalachian Trail in 2019. He continues to chase dreams of adventure and is spend the summer of 2020 exploring the great outdoors near Moab, Utah followed by a thru-hike attempt of the Pacific Northwest Trail from Glacier National Park in Montana to the Olympic Coast in Washington. Feel free to follow him on his adventure at www.instagram.com/sweet.hiking WATCH ON YOUTUBE: SHOW NOTES: * Courage Endures * PLEASE NOTE: We are not giving medical advice, but only sharing our story and management about life with diabetes. Please seek medical advice from your regular GP or endocrinologist before changing your diabetes regimen.

74 MINMAY 29
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Podcast 87: Taking T1D on an Epic Appalachian Trail Adventure | Mike Joyce

Podcast 86: The Highs & Lows of Diabetes and Cannabis | Sarah MacLeod

Sarah is a breath of fresh air. Her ability to be honest, vulnerableand willing to discuss all aspects of her T1D journey is the perfect combination to connect the diabetes online masses. In this first ever episode for the DDG, we discuss medicinal cannabis and what it has done for Sarah in addition to daily practices of yoga, meditation and online connectivity. SPONSOR: Don’t forget to use code DDG25 to receive a 25% discount on your first order of Godtliv products. Godtliv brings together the worlds of wellness and design to create products and experiences that engage the senses, ignite the spirit, and soothe the soul. PLEASE NOTE: As said in this episode, we are not giving medical advice, but only sharing our story and management about life with diabetes. Please seek medical advice from your regular GP or endocrinologist before changing your diabetes regimen. BIO: Sarah MacLeod has lived with Type 1 diabetes since 2005. During her teens and early twenties she struggled with depression, diabetes burnout, and disordered eating. After finding the diabetes online community, Sarah became more involved in the world of T1D by organizing her own in-person peer support group opportunity for women with diabetes. Her connection to other women living with diabetes inspired Sarah to seek out more wellness & community-based opportunities. Since recovering from diabulimia in 2011, and learning to live with diabetes-related complications such as gastroparesis, neuropathy, and retinopathy, Sarah has become a certified holistic health coach, yoga teacher, and reiki practitioner. She is also an astrologer and tarot card enthusiast. Sarah enjoys empowering other people who live with diabetes, especially women, and helps others explore their own holistic health and highest self through her platform, Grace & Growth, which places an emphasis on spiritual wellness for women with type 1. WATCH ON YOUTUBE: SHOW NOTES: * Godtliv * Cannabinoids * Bio-Individuality * THC-V * Slipstream * Wisdom of the Sages Podcast * Gastroparesis

58 MINMAY 14
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Podcast 86: The Highs & Lows of Diabetes and Cannabis | Sarah MacLeod

Podcast 85: An Open Conversation About Insulin With Novo Nordisk | Dr. Todd Hobbs & Ken Inchausti

After a recent announcement from Novo Nordisk I cleared my schedule to record this episode with Dr. Todd Hobbs, Chief Medical Officer for North America and Ken Inchausti, Senior Director of Corporate Communications. In this open discussion they share resources and cost saving programs, details about insulin production, insulin trials and what’s on the horizon for insulin therapies. I learned SO much about a drug I’ve been taking for decades! Thank you everyone for submitting your questions for this episode. Please feel free to contact me any time if there is someone you would like me to interview. WATCH ON YOUTUBE: SHOW NOTES: * Novocare.com * Hotline: 844.NOVO4ME (M-F, 8:30am-11:00pm, Sat, 11:00am-7:00pm) Programs: * My $99 insulin (three vials or two pack of pens) * Generic Insulin/Unbranded Biologic (50% regular price) * Immediate Supply Option * Enhanced Patient Assistance – If you use a Novo Nordisk insulin and lost health insurance coverage because of a change in job status...

57 MINMAY 5
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Podcast 85: An Open Conversation About Insulin With Novo Nordisk | Dr. Todd Hobbs & Ken Inchausti

Podcast 84: Temporarily Donating My Body To Science | Craig Le Fevre

After being rejected to join an insulin therapy clinical trial, I was determined to find someone who was able to participate. DDG’s newest team member, Cynthia Celt, connected the dots and hooked me up with Craig who shared his recent experience as a participant in a rather intense trial. Thank you Craig for temporarily donating your body to science to help fellow insulin dependent dia-peeps. Keep on trucking… jeeping you brave soul. BIO: I was diagnosed with diabetes 9 years ago when I was 26. Managed by multiple daily injections up until last July when I got my first pump, which led me to getting a job with Tandem Diabetes in April 2020. When I’m not wrangling my diabetes I go out to the hills with my family in our Jeeps. My wife and I have his and hers Jeep Wranglers that we take our 2 kids out in. I also like doing DIY projects around the house and woodworking, Diabetes was a big life changer for me but I’ve learned things about myself, had opportunities, and made friends th...

60 MINAPR 28
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Podcast 84: Temporarily Donating My Body To Science | Craig Le Fevre

Podcast 83: A Positive Poster Child for the Type 2 Diabetes Community | Tracey D. Brown

For newly diagnosed T2D, it might be overwhelming and many fall into diabetes denial. In an effort to change this mentality, Tracey shares an authentic story of how a question from her daughter was the “aha” moment to take things seriously. In this episode, Tracey unapologetically shares her story because there is no shame in the game! Diabetes is a family affair and her energy, lifestyle choices and overall mentality is hopefully contagious – in a good way. BIO: Tracey D. Brown is Chief Executive Officer of the American Diabetes Association (ADA), the nation’s largest voluntary health organization and a global authority on diabetes. Tracey joined the ADA in June 2018 after her tenure as senior vice president of operations and chief experience officer at Sam’s Club, a division of Walmart, Inc., where she was responsible for creating meaningful member experiences, directing member strategy, marketing and branding, go-to-market execution, data and analytics and membership operati...

51 MINAPR 14
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Podcast 83: A Positive Poster Child for the Type 2 Diabetes Community | Tracey D. Brown

Podcast 82: I’ve Found What Works Best For Me | Kyle Kondoff

I connected with Kyle on social media and like many of my past guests, he shoots it to you straight about diet, exercise and his diabetes hacks. He isn’t shy and shares his opinion on lifestyle and offers HIS take on things without offering up medical advice. I was a little squeamish when Kyle shared details about a current trial he’s participating in, but eager to learn more about the advancements in CGM technology from someone who is walking the walk. BIO: My name is Kyle, and I’ve been a firefighter for nine years years now and joined the T1D community (diagnosed) about four years ago. When I was first diagnosed, I thought I wouldn’t be able to continue this career path that I very much loved anymore. It took awhile for me to build up enough confidence to approach my chief as I was worried I would have to quit. It wasn’t until after I conversed with my chief that I knew I would never let anything hold me back. I quickly embarked on a low carb, high protein lifestyle to help ...

60 MINMAR 28
Comments
Podcast 82: I’ve Found What Works Best For Me | Kyle Kondoff

Podcast 81: Pandemic Or Not - Emergency Insulin Resources | Big Pharma

This impromptu episode was created to hopefully set your mind at ease. As PWDs are flooded with stories on social media concerning the fear of an insulin shortage or the disruption of diabetes supplies, I felt compelled to act. Even though most companies have issued statements reassuring people living with diabetes that everything would be okay, I wanted to hear it for myself from the company leaders. SHOW NOTES: This episode was brought to you by Mirabalm, the first 100% natural, solvent free, chemical free, and pain free medical adhesive remover on the market. Links: * NOVOCARE.COM * Hotline: 844 – NOVO4ME (668-6463) * MannKind.com * InsulinSavings.com * Hotline: 818-661-5047 * Email: guide@mannkindcorp.com * LillyCares Program * Hotline: 833-808-1234 PLEASE let me know if you NEED any other resources, amber@diabetesdailygrind.com! The Diabetes Daily Grind has your back. Deep breaths everyone. Please take a moment each day to get outside, soak up natural Vitamin D, double down on supplements while we’re quarantined and DON’T forget to check on a neighbor or T1D friend. We’ve got this!

42 MINMAR 24
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Podcast 81: Pandemic Or Not - Emergency Insulin Resources | Big Pharma

Podcast 80: I Don’t Need You to Build Me a Watch, I Just Need to Know What Time it is | Levi Davenport

I stumbled upon a YouTube channel, Between Two Lines, that was informative and hilarious at the same time. In each episode, Levi shares his down to earth thoughts on a particular Type 1 diabetes related subject using a real talk, no sugar coating, approach. His dry wit and ability to make light of what living with this disease is like had me laughing and saying – man this guy gets it. SHOW NOTES: This episode was brought to you by ProSciento, a leading specialty clinical research organization exclusively focused on NASH, diabetes, obesity and related metabolic diseases. Links: * Between Two Lines YouTube channel * Twitter: @_between2lines * Instagram: @_betweentwolines * Email: thetwolines@gmail.com

49 MINMAR 15
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Podcast 80: I Don’t Need You to Build Me a Watch, I Just Need to Know What Time it is | Levi Davenport
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