The IDS team is challenging ourselves once a month to eat foods that are tough for people with type 1 diabetes to manage their blood sugars after consuming.
Stay-At-Home Order, Glucose Management, and Physical Activity
The onset of type 1 diabetes (T1D) usually consists of a genetic predisposition and an “environmental trigger” (such as a viral infection).
If gyms are opening up is it a good idea to go? We have tips if you decide to return to the gym right away to make your workout as safe as possible
Weight Gain During the Covid-19 shutdown. Why have so many of us gained weight?
The Power of a Healthy Diet, Regular Exercise, Stress Relief, and Weight Control
If you’re running out of things to do, I have some ideas to stay active
A new study reveals how to lengthen your life one step at a time!
Kathryn's Thoughts! Help with Adapting to a New Diet
Is brain health significantly lower in subjects that have been exposed to recent or lifetime severe hypoglycemia?
A new study uncovers if being physically fit or having a low BMI will help mortality rates among people with Type 1 diabetes.
If you're short on time and want to get a good workout in, learn why kettlebells could be your new best friend.
Kathryn's Thoughts! New Insulin Discount Options and Where to Get Them
I’m writing this with the hope that it will help your desire and motivation to increase your physical activity levels!
Kathryn's Thoughts! January 2020: A recent study evaluated incidents of hypoglycemia in people with type 1 diabetes who inhaled insulin.