#Insulin is a hormone produced in the pancreas by the islets of Langerhans, which regulates the amount of glucose in the blood. The lack of insulin causes a form of diabetes.
#Dextrose is a natural form of sugar that is found in fruits, honey, and in the blood of animals.
🇮🇹 Questo vuol dire gestire bene una ricarica di 800g carboidrati🐷
L’importanza delle variabili ricopre un ruolo fondamentale quando si pianifica un programma
Ovviamente non è detto, visto la soggettività di ognuno di noi, che le cose vadano come da programma ma se riusciamo a mettere in tavola tutte le variabili positive e negative possiamo determinare il miglior percorso da intraprendere💪
Gestione delle fonti, timing, GDA, carico e indice insulinico/glicemico e tipo di stimolo allenante, sono elementi essenziali quando si pianifica un programma di scarica e ricarica e ricordiamoci che anche nello sport, la salute del nostro organismo, viene prima di tutto, quindi usate la testa 😉🙏🏻 🇺🇸This means managing a refill of 800g carbohydrates well
The importance of variables plays a key role when planning a program
Obviously it is not said, given the subjectivity of each of us, that things go as planned but if we can put all positive and negative variables on the table we can determine the best path to take "
Management of sources, timing, GDA, insulin index, glycemic load and type of training stimulus, are essential elements when planning a discharge and recharge program and remember that even in sport, the health of our body comes first, so use the head 😉🙏🏻
So thankful to @dexcom for saving my life too many times to count. This little device allows me to see my blood sugars on my phone, which alerts me if my blood sugar is too high or too low. Makes dance classes and performances much easier when I can just run to the side and check my app, rather than taking the time to check my sugar with a finger prick! My parents can also see my blood sugars in case I sleep through a low. Y’all this thing is a literal lifesaver. Inserting it every 10 days is a small price to pay for the service it provides. #insulin#diabetic#diabetestype1#diabetes#highbloodsugar#lowbloodsugar#cgm
5 ИДЕЙ ИДЕАЛЬНОГО ДИА-ЗАВТРАКА (c фото)
А вы задавались когда-нибудь вопросом, каким же должен быть идеальный завтрак человека с диабетом?
Что нужно приготовить, чтобы это обеспечило вам сбалансированное, питательное начало дня, и помогло поддерживать стабильный уровень сахара в крови и высокую энергию в течение всего дня?
Еще давно я вычитала в блоге спортсмена с диабетом, что правильный завтрак сладкого человека должен содержать:
🍴 менее 20 грамм углеводов (причем углеводы должны быть с низким гликемическим индексом)
🍴 не менее 10 грамм белка
🍴немного полезных жиров.
И вот мы предлагаем вам 5 идей легкого и полезного завтрака с низким содержанием углеводов, которые могут по-настоящему «сделать» ваш день! Смотрите фото 📸 каждого рецепта в карусели и пишите в комментариях 💬 понравившееся блюдо – мы выложим его рецепт 📝.
🍮 ЯИЧНЫЕ КЕКСЫ С БЕКОНОМ ИЗ ИНДЕЙКИ (фото 2)
Эти «правильные» яичные кексы с беконом из индейки не требуют особых усилий для их приготовления, имеют прекрасный вкус, их можно хранить и разогревать на следующий день. Всего 2 грамма углеводов в булочке!
🍘 🍓 ВОЗДУШНЫЕ БЕЛКОВЫЕ БЛИНЫ (фото 3)
Эти блины содержат 22 грамма белка на порцию и готовятся менее чем за 10 минут. Нет ничего проще в приготовлении и полезнее для здоровья, чем это!
🌯 РУЛЕТ С ЛОСОСЕМ И СЛИВОЧНЫМ СЫРОМ (фото 4)
Копченый лосось и сливочный сыр – королевская комбинация для завтрака или перекуса. Это блюдо быстро в приготовлении и отличный вариант для завтрака «на ходу».
🍨🍒 ВЗБИТАЯ ТВОРОЖНАЯ МАССА С ЯГОДАМИ (фото 5)
Взбитый творог с ягодами, кокосовой стружкой и фундуком - это идеальное лакомство, которое необычайно полезно для здоровья!
🍪 КЕТО-ЯИЧНЫЕ КЕКСЫ (фото 6)
Если вы соблюдаете кето-диету, эти кексы для вас находка. С 5 граммами углеводов на порцию, они наполнят вас энергией, не выводя вас из кетоза.
Напоминаем!😉 Пишите в комментариях понравившееся блюдо ❤️ и мы опубликуем его подробный рецепт.
It’s going be hot one in Perth with forecasts of 39 and 40 degrees on Saturday and Sunday.
Here’s our top tips if your venturing out in the heat this weekend: - Test your blood glucose levels frequently. - Your insulin requirements may change during the hot weather. Adjust insulin as recommended by your GP, endocrinologist or credentialled diabetes educator. - Store medications, like insulin, in a cool place at the right temperature. Remember, insulin needs to be kept between 2-8 degrees in the fridge and no hotter than 25 degrees. We recommend storing insulin pens in an esky with an ice block wrapped in a tea towel or putting a refrigerated cool pack in your pump case. - Stay hydrated by making sure your drinking plenty of water. - Carry some snacks - Avoid getting sunburnt by making sure you are covered and wearing sunscreen.
Our credentialled diabetes educators are available Monday – Friday, 8:30am – 4:30pm WST, to answer any burning questions you may have on 1300 001 880. (Photo Credit: Michael Spencer Photography)
0 203 hours ago
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0 43 hours ago
Constant frustration when people don’t understand the difference between type 1 and type 2 diabetes 🤦♀️ While eating right and exercising are important for adequate control, it’s not the reason type 1’s become diabetic in the first place. You can blame your pancreas for that! Help spread the knowledge and T1D awareness! #t1d#type1#type1diabetes#diabetes#diabetic#glucose#glucose#sugar#insulin#cgm
💫We were asked...are we mad that he was robbed of his childhood?
💫We responded... 💫Diagnosed with T1D at 1. Technically 17 months, now 8. 💫We use to ask questions as dealing, blaming, understanding was important and part of the story. 💫Moving into acceptance is the real control. 💫This is his journey...the good and the bad. Somedays we think the restrictions and diet is heathy...a healthy lifestyle that even a non-diabetics should strive for...we are forced, but it is not a bad idea for anyone. 💫Our strength becomes his reality. It informs the decision of what he believes...am I sick, do I have a disease...no not at all. 💫Everyone has stuff. This is our journey and late nights, minute by minute monitoring, and highs and lows are part of it....so what do we do with that is what defines our life...not the diagnosis...everyone has is diagnosed with something❗️
1 204 hours ago
💫Diagnosed with T1D at 1. Technically 17 months, now 8. 💫We use to ask questions as dealing, blaming, understanding was important and part of the story. 💫Moving into acceptance is the real control. 💫This is his journey...the good and the bad. Somedays we think the restrictions and diet is heathy...a healthy lifestyle that even a non-diabetics should strive for...we are forced, but it is not a bad idea for anyone. 💫Our strength becomes his reality. It informs the decision of what he believes...am I sick, do I have a disease...no not at all. 💫Everyone has stuff. This is our journey and late nights, minute by minute monitoring, and highs and lows are part of it....so what do we do with that is what defines our life...not the diagnosis...everyone has is diagnosed with something❗️
Updates on going back to daily injections! MANY adjustments and lots of patience gained! Definitely happy of how much patience I’ve built from the trial and error. .
The idea of only adjusting our basal doses every 3 days or so to less than a unit is something that is very challenging for me. It’s lack of patience and knowledge as to why I shouldn’t adjust my Basal that fast! One reason is that it actually takes a couple days for our bodies to adjust to the new basal insulin. Going from pump to injections was challenging just from the basal insulin aspect. About the first two weeks were very challenging. A lot of insulin resistance. .
Currently I’ve been going very low around waking time at 7am but spiking after 9am to the point where I would be 60 mg/dL at 7am and feel fine and rise without any food. When that was happening about last week, my doses were three times a day! Currently it’s been better but not where I am content. 10pm 5U, 4am (usually snoozing my alarm to dose) for about 9U now. .
Guys I know this sounds crazy of these doses but I’m not necessarily seeking dosing advice but looking to give some light on trial and error and being more patient! It’ll take a while and we’ll constantly be adjusting until we have a consistent routine that works. Patience slowly as I age 📚✍️ #tresiba#insulindependent#omnipod
I'm so frustrated. So rant ahead.
I'm so tired, have a lot of pain, throwing up at least once a day, my hair is falling out, nails snapping and just feel bleh but that's not what's frustrating.
I've had 3 sets of bloods taken trying to find out why.
Diabetes results: PERFECT 6.5%
Thyroid/hashimotos is medicated correctly.
So my gp doesn't think there is anything wrong. 😭
My insulin needs are spiking to over 200 units a day cause of pain and stress which is piling on weight no matter what I eat. 😟😟
I have no energy to study or exercise which I love.
I have a colonoscopy booked for the 7th of Feb, and I'm hoping to get some damn answers. 🤞🤞
I'm not keen for the prep as i don't cope well without food. But at this point I'm ready to try ANYTHING 😞😞 #chronicillness#diabetes#T1diabetes#sick#tired#overit#invisibleillness#tacos#hashimotosdisease#thyroid#insulin#medication#roughtime#hope#colonoscopy#colonoscopyprep#scared#hba1c#hairloss
1 164 hours ago
January 11, 1569 - January 11, 1569 - January 11, 1569 in England, in the Cathedral of St. Paul the first lottery in the world took place. The draw took place right in the building of St. Paul’s Cathedral in London.
January 11, 1759 - The 1st American Life Insurance Company, Philadelphia was founded.
On January 11, 1922, a man was first given an insulin injection. 14-year-old Leonard Thompson, who had diabetes for three years, who fell into a coma, received the first injection.
January 11, 1964 - 1st government report warning by US Surgeon General Luther Terry that smoking may be hazardous.
Keputihan adalah proses alamiah yang dialami semua wanita bunda . Proses ini merupakan usaha tubuh untuk melindungi vagina terhadap infeksi di mana sel-sel vagina yang mati dan bakteri disingkirkan dari dalam vagina. Keputihan yang bersifat normal bercirikan: bening atau keputih-putihan, tidak berbau, tidak gatal, tidak menimbulkan rasa perih di vagina atau rasa nyeri perut/ pinggal/pinggul.
Keputihan yang tidak normal dapat disebabkan oleh:
infeksi, jamur, gonoreklamidiatrikomoniasis, vaginosis bakteri, dsb.
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I am in my 20th year of being a diabetic and for a good portion of it, I wanted to hide it for a these reasons:
1. I lost the job I loved because of it.
2. I had the impression, diabetics felt sorry for themselves, which doesn’t sit well with me.
3. There is too much in-fighting between Type 1’s and 2’s. -I quickly learned, it’s not the job that defines you!
-After attending the CWD conference, I was completely wrong. People with diabetes are absolute Rockstars!!! Diabetics don’t feel sorry for themselves, they/we are living life to the fullest, living strong and not letting it defeat or define us/them. -I truly believe there is UNITY in numbers. I am so glad @beyondtype1 created @beyondtype2. Together we can make a voice!! .
Does it bother you when Type 1’s and Type 2’s are referenced as the same?
Make a difference!!
Who have you noticed bringing people together?
I wanted to start doing some videos on how I live and have lived with type 1 diabetes for 40+ years. The video is of how I test my blood glucose levels which I do first thing in the morning on rising, before brunch at 1130am, pre and post training 130pm then 230pm, again before I eat a post work out meal at 330pm, before I walk Charlie at 530pm, pre dinner at 730pm, post dinner 930pm then final test at 1030pm before sleep.
I’m not rigid and do this every day however I do test regularly to make sure I’m still on track and at the most important times > meals and exercise and if I happen to get unwell.
My goal is below 6.0 on rising.
Today 🤜💥🤛 What’s your morning BGL goal?
Throwing it back to 14,000ft basecamp on Denali in 2017. When I look back at mistakes I’ve made in my life one of them that tops the list is leaving all the cheese we had bought for our 18 day trip in the hanger of the air service we were using to fly onto the glacier. We were rushed to make a weather window and packed our plane quickly. After touching down on the glacier we quickly helped turn the tail of the plane and said farewell to our pilot. Roughly 2 minutes after seeing our plane fly off back to civilization my heart dropped as I realized well over 5 pounds of smoked gouda and cheddar was sitting inside a refrigerator and not in any of our bags. With cheese being possible my favorite food behind chocolate, I was heartbroken. Nevertheless, after a few profanities were shouted, we continued onward towards the top of North America.
Days went by and we were slowly making our way up to 14,000ft basecamp, the area where most people prep for their summit attempt. My craving for a slice of cheese grew. Upon arrival, I met a friend I had met climbing earlier this year, Tin. He was attempting a more technical route on the mountain and was looking quite burly after over three weeks on the mountain, withstanding storms, while also being cramped in a tiny 2 person tent. The team I was a part of had packed a cook tent, for setting up a small protected cooking and hangout area, where we’d spend most of our day if we weren’t sleeping or climbing. After setting it up we invited Tin to join us to get away from his cramped little space he’d been living in for a month.
Karma was on our side because he arrived a few minutes later carrying two bags of Trader Joes tortilla chips but more importantly a bag of SHREDDED CHEDDAR CHEESE. After some high altitude bartering, I soon had a bag of cheese in my hands and was happily chopping away. Tin spent many hours in our hangout area, sharing stories and tips about expeditions. He’s become an important mentor in my climbing. We all made successful summits too!
Oh...and about that cheese we left in the hanger. The 3 of us finished it all in less than an hour upon arrival back on the tarmac. Totally worth the stomach ache 😎
Diabetic Friends... I Need Your Advice!!! Pumps Vs. Pens
I was diagnosed with Type 1 Diabetes less than 1 year ago and I was using Lantus & Humalog pens for the first 8 months. During that time, I dropped my A1C from 16.2 to 5.9 by the use of pens alone.
I’ve been using my tslim X2 pump for 3 months now, and my A1C has risen to 7.8 ☹️
It’s so nice not having to inject multiple times a day, but I cant seem to get good control with it. Mind you - I eat less than 40g carbs per day, so it’s not like I’m over indulging.
I also found that pens worked so much faster and I never had to worry about malfunctions or absorption problems. A lot of times insulin is just sitting on my skin - never making it into my body. I’ve tried several different cannula sizes, but nothing seems to work well.
Did anyone else experience this? Im considering going back to pens because I had great control and felt confident in it. I’m just hesitant because this pump was crazy expensive.
My first #FAMtrip to #SanDiego was full of so many amazing things! I learned so much in 3 days; the only thing bursting more than my brain was my stomach! (Oh all the delicious food 😋😋!) But the best part of the trip was meeting && getting to know these unbelievable women. They’re strong, they’re smart, they’re funny as all get out && they are fierce in every way possible. They took me under their wing, made sure I knew everything I needed to know && that my glass was never empty! #WomenInspiringWomen#BluesBelles#ErinYoureNotDrinkingFastEnough#HasThatEverBeenSaidBefore
“You don’t look like you’re having a hypo...?”
Words said to me by a friend this week while out for a coffee. Words that rang in my ears this evening while as shown above; lying on my bed after struggling with one of the bad ones. By bad one; I mean the one that brings bucketfuls of sweat down my face and back. That brings ice cold shivers. That brings an indescribable weakness; a numbness all over my body and pure fear. .
My hypos aren’t all the same. Catch them in time with four Gluco tablets and I can carry on as normal. Sometimes I need 5 minutes to shake my head and get back to it. Sometimes - like today - Kev will find me on our bed in a daze, to break down in what can only be described as the ‘post hypo rambling emotions’ with tears and mumbles about growing old and feeling weak while he resembles Benjamin Button and gets younger every day 😂 .
Maybe your hypos are the same. Maybe they are all absolutely dreadful for you. Maybe you hardly ever get them. We’re all different. But remember...Give yourself the needed time to recover. Be patient. Be kind to yourself; it’s easy to blame yourself for having a hypo - especially when you’ve been so on top of things and trying so hard - There is no such thing as the perfect diabetic 🙌 #type1strong 💙 #seriouslysomuchsweat#didntevenworkouttoday
Type 1 diabetes is the reason I will be successful. it’s the reason I’m happy every day, it’s the reason I’m always smiling, type 1 diabetes has taught me to appreciate every day because I know that people with T1D for a 3 years old, people die every day in their sleep etc and if I was born 100 years ago I’d be dead so each day is a gift and how can you not appreciate every day when you don’t know when your last will be. T1D is the biggest teacher in life and it’s put me through so much and I’m grateful for that. You can’t control what type 1 diabetes does to you later in life or the health impacts but you can control your attitude. Positivity > negativity 😇😇🙏🏻🙏🏻💯💯
123 13123 days ago
Hey. So it snowed today for the first time this year in Durham 😱 In light of what is a nightmare for me; here’s my #tbt to our holiday last year. Testing the levels during a hike in Spain...back to summer, warmth, sunshine and spending all the time outdoors. Summer is when I (personally) find levels easier to manage and also when 👉 my hands don’t burn due to the weather and poor circulation (raynauds crew 🙌) and therefore finger pricking for BG tests don’t hurt like heck... ❄️ when I don’t have to fine tune my background insulin AGAIN due to decrease in activity (less moving for me =higher levels) 🤧 When it isn’t flu and cold season due to everyone sharing each other’s space indoors because it’s too cold outside and therefore sharing germs EVERYWHERE (Having a cold = higher levels) 🥶 When it simply isn’t freezing cold (stressed out Katie = higher levels) .
On the bright side... I am (very) grateful to have a sensor to use to scan instead when hands are frozen like a claw and can’t do a BG test, I could buy a treadmill or layer up like the Michelin man and keep moving ...and I have a holiday booked in 7 weeks and 3 days. ✈️ 🇿🇦 🌍 When you’re a #solarpoweredmermaid chasing the diabetic unicorn though...you’re allowed to have a wee rant now and then 😂 #type1strong#winteriscoming
3 10410 hours ago
@msrachelhollis inspo for today: “I know that blowing off a workout, a date, an afternoon to organize your closet, or some previous commitment to yourself doesn’t seem like a big deal - but it is. It’s a really big deal. Our words have power, but our actions shape our lives.”
January is already almost over! It’s time for me to get my 2019 goals down on paper and into action (keeping them in my head doesn’t make them feel real). I’ve started a brand new job closer to where I live now but with not a single person I know which puts me way outside my comfort zone and makes me feel super anxious. However, I knew I needed to follow through and that is a really big deal for me.
Another 2019 goal: get my blonde hair back because I don’t know what the f I was thinking trying to go “natural”
Whatever your 2019 goals are, I hope you’re crushing them 👊🏼