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Sugar Mama's Podcast: Type 1 Diabetes

Author: Katie Roseborough

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The Sugar Mama's Podcast is designed for moms and caregivers of type 1 diabetics. Hosted by Katie Roseborough, a T1D mom, the show features heartfelt and insightful conversations with other T1D parents as well as members and professionals connected to the type 1 community. Each episode aims to equip, inspire, encourage and inform those raising children with type 1 diabetes. Get ready to learn a ton and gain a new perspective as Katie and her guests discuss the ins, outs, ups, downs and all arounds of caring for a type 1 warrior.
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I am, and have always been, one of those people who goes around singing songs that match whatever circumstance I find myself in. Sometimes the lyrics are already perfect for the situation at hand and sometimes I change them a little bit to make a parody. When my daughter was diagnosed with type 1 diabetes, naturally this "habit" of mine came right alongside me as we bolused for meals, changed devices, and dealt with the highs and lows that are just inevitable with being insulin dependent. Thus, Type 1 Diabetes THE MUSICAL was born and today I want to share it with you, listeners of The Sugar Mama's Podcast! In this episode, I sing my way (yes, you get to hear me sing) through each and every one of these songs. Type 1 Diabetes the Musical has 9 categories or scenes that I organized the nearly 40 songs into. Below you will find a written list of these categories and songs as well as a link to the Spotify Playlist where you can listen to all of these songs in ordered or shuffled. Enjoy! Find the Playlist on Spotify by clicking HERE!Product of the week: Fitbit Versa 2 (Amazon Affiliate Link)*This is the watch both Sarah and I use with the GLANCE watch face to see her Dexcom numbers. It's waterproof which is a huge bonus!More about the GLANCE watch face Blog post with video on how to set up the GLANCE watch face Juicebox Hero Shirt (Amazon Affiliate link)Support the Show at Buy Me a CoffeeTYPE 1 DIABETES THE MUSICALFOR THE LOWSI got Friends in Low Places by Garth BrooksLow by Flo Rida and T-pain Just a Spoonful of Sugar from Mary PoppinsI Want Candy by Bow Wow WowDizzy by Tommy Roe Pour Some Sugar on Me by Def LeppardSugar by Maroon 5Sugar Sugar by the ArchiesHow Low by Ludacris Timber by PitbullSugar, We’re going Down by Fall out BoyFOR THE HIGHSBecause I got High by AfromanShe’s so High by Tal BachmanWatermelon Sugar High by Harry Styles THE ROLLER COASTER BLOOD SUGARSLove Rollercoaster by Ohio PlayersFree Falling by Tom PettyBang by AJRRollercoaster by Bon JoviUp Down by Morgan WallenFOR WHEN YOU ARE JUST FED UPMath Suks by Jimmy BuffetTake this Job and Shove it by Johnny PaycheckThey Don’t Know by Ariana Grande My Lovin’ (You’re Never Gonna Get it) by En Vouge Bad Blood by Taylor SwiftFOR ALL THOSE ON AN INSULIN PUMPPump up the Jam by TechnotronicPump It by the Black Eyed Peas FOR CGM SENSOR CHANGESPush It by Salt-N-PepaLike a G6 by Far East MovementStuck Like Glue by SugarlandFOR THOSE ON MDINot throwing away my shot from HamiltonShots shots shots shots by Lil’ JohnHit me with Your Best Shot by Pat Benatar FOR WHEN YOU ARE FEELING VICTORIOUSI gotta feeling by the Black Eyed PeasChampion by Carrie UnderwoodFight Song by Rachel PlattenWe are the Champions by QueenRemember This by the Jonas BrothersFOR WHEN YOU SAVE YOUR CHILDS LIFE AT NIGHTSomeone saved my Life tonight by Elton JohnJuicebox Hero by Foreigner Rescue by Lauren DaiglSupport the show (https://www.buymeacoffee.com/sugarmama)
This week on Episode 46 I had the pleasure of chatting with Marissa Town and Leigh Fickling, two women who have been involved professionally and/or personally with the non-profit organization, Children with Diabetes (or CWD for short) for many years. Marissa and Leigh are going to tell us all about what CWD is, how it started and what resources it offers to the type 1 community. There are many! One in particular that this episode highlights is their annual Friends for Life conferences. Friends for Life aims to educate, encourage and equip type 1 families while helping them to make life-long friendships as they go. Enjoy this episode and get excited about all the wonderful things CWD has to offer. Make sure to check out below where you can find them on the web and follow them on social media.   Visit the CWD website Follow CWD on Instagram Find Children with Diabetes on YouTubeCWD on FacebookSign up to support CWD through Amazon Smile! PRODUCT OF THE WEEKI heart Guts Plush Pancreas on Amazon (affiliate link) SUPPORT THE SHOW, BUY ME A COFFEEhttps://www.buymeacoffee.com/sugarmamaFOLLOW THE PODCAST ON INSTAGRAM @sugarmamaspodcastJOIN THE SHOW'S FACEBOOK SUPPORT GROUP click HEREFOLLOW THE SHOW ON FACEBOOK@sugarmamaspodcastEmail Me: sugarmamaspodcast@gmail.comSupport the show (https://www.buymeacoffee.com/sugarmama)
In episode 45, Sarah Vaughan tells her beautiful and heartwarming story of fostering to adopt a daughter with type 1 diabetes AND her little sister. This one is just sweet good for the soul. Enjoy!Isaiah 117 House Information PRODUCT OF THE WEEK DARIO Blood Glucose Meter (affiliate link): https://amzn.to/30mfOpXTurns you smart phone into a blood glucose meter! *Make sure to order the correct USB for either Apple iPhone or AndroidSubscribe to the show HERE!Follow @sugarmamaspodcast on Instagram! Below you will find a transcription of this episode. This transcription was created by an automated, electronic service that is based off of an uploaded audio recording. Although the transcription is largely accurate, in some instances it is not correct or is incomplete due to inaudible portions of the recording or due to computer-based transcription errors. The transcriptions should never be treated as an authoritative document or record. Again, nothing that you hear or read on this website, in the show notes or in a blog post should be considered medical advice or advice in any way, shape or form. Always consult your physician before making any changes to the way you manage your or someone else’s health. Please see a full account of our disclaimers and disclosers HERE.Support the show (https://www.buymeacoffee.com/sugarmama)
Does your type 1 diabetes management need a glow up? Well, let me introduce you to Glowcose, quite possibly the coolest type 1 diabetes gadget on the market. In today's episode I get to talk with Kevin Terry, one of the creators and developers of Glowcose. What is Glowcose? It's a light that connects to Dexcom CGM systems to display whether or not your blood sugars are in range using a variety of colors on the light spectrum. As their Instagram feeds claims, it's like a party... for your blood sugar.  Listen in as Kevin dives into the Glowcose story, the inspiration behind it and how you can get your hands on one! WHERE YOU CAN BUY GLOWCOSE: www.glowcose.comGlowcose on Instagram: @glowcosePRODUCT OF THE WEEK (affiliate link)Think Like a Pancreas by Gary Scheiner (a.k.a. my T1D Bible)Below you will find a transcription of the episode. This transcription was created by an automated, electronic service that is based off of an uploaded audio recording. Although the transcription is largely accurate, in some instances it is not correct or is incomplete due to inaudible portions of the recording or due to computer-based transcription errors. The transcriptions should never be treated as an authoritative document or record. Again, nothing that you hear or read on the show's website, in the show notes or in a blog post should be considered medical advice or advice in any way, shape or form. Always consult your physician before making any changes to the way you manage your or someone else’s health. To see a full list and detailed description of The Sugar Mama's Podcast's disclaimers and disclosures, click HERE.Support the show (https://www.buymeacoffee.com/sugarmama)
Amanda Ciprich is a registered dietician and the founder of T1D Nutritionist where she helps type 1 diabetics and their families learn how to manage blood sugars well while nurturing a healthy relationship towards food as well as towards their diagnosis. In episode 43, Amanda and I discuss overcoming unhealthy mindsets towards food and diabetes management. Enjoy! **PRODUCT OF THE WEEK**Yum V's Glucose Gummies available on Amazon **CHECK OUT AMANDA'S BOOK**The Caregiver's Guide to Diabetes: Practical Advice for Caring for You and your Loved **WHERE YOU CAN FIND AMANDA**Website: http://www.t1dnutritionist.comFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/t1d.nutritionistInstagram: @t1d.nutritionistTikTok: @t1d.nutritionistemail: amanda@t1dnutritionist.comSupport the show (https://www.buymeacoffee.com/sugarmama)
Episode 42 features Hannegan, mom to Mr. Brooks Roseberry the child actor who was diagnosed with type 1 diabetes 3 years ago. THIS FAMILY OF FIVE IS SO FUN! The parents and their three boys are ALL heavily involved in the arts. Brooks, the youngest and the T1D, enjoys being on stage, being in films, dancing, choreographing fight scenes, doing stunt work and dancing. Clearly, he has not let type 1 diabetes slow him down even for a second. You're going to love listening in on our conversation as Hannegan tells us all about what it's like to live in a house with a T1D who loves to perform! Enjoy!** This episode has been marked explicit due to one, unedited curse word (badass)** WHERE YOU CAN FIND HANNEGAN AND BROOKSInstagram: @hanegan_mr.brooks TikTok: @hannegan_mr.brooks *PRODUCT OF THE WEEK*Etekcity Digital Food Scale on Amazon (affiliate link): https://amzn.to/3pqldqb *HELP SUPPORT THE SHOW on BUY ME A COFFEE*https://www.buymeacoffee.com/sugarmamaFIND THE PODCAST ON SOCIAL MEDIA: Instagram: @sugarmamaspodcastOn Facebook: @sugarmamaspodcastJoin the Facebook Group! Sugar Mama's Podcast FB Group for Moms and Caregivers of Type 1 DiabeticsPodcast's website: https://sugarmamaspodcast.com/Email Me with questions or if you'd like to be on the show! sugarmamaspodcast@gmail.comSupport the show (https://www.buymeacoffee.com/sugarmama)
Today I got to chat with super mom, Vanessa Messenger! Vanessa was diagnosed with T1D as a young adult at the age of 24. She is a hard working mother of TWO pandemic babies, one currently 15 months old and the other just a few weeks old. Whew! I'm tired just typing that! Vanessa is also a business woman and works as a product lead at everyone's favorite search engine, Google! BUT WAIT... THERE'S MORE! Vanessa recently published an adorable T1D children's book entitled, Teddy Talks; a Paw-sitive Story about Type 1 Diabetes. Vanessa's adorable and fluffy Pomeranian, Teddy, was the inspiration behind the book.Find Vanessa on her Website!  https://www.messengerpublishingbooks.com/WHERE YOU CAN FIND THE BOOKOn Target On Barnes and Noble On Amazon (affiliate link) WHERE YOU CAN FIND TEDDY ON SOCIAL MEDIAInstagram: @teddythet1dog TikTok: @teddythet1dog Click HERE to learn more about the diabetes research done by Dr. FaustmanSupport the show (https://www.buymeacoffee.com/sugarmama)
In this episode I had the pleasure of chatting with Tori, a soon-to-be mother of three whose first child, Jax, was diagnosed with type 1 diabetes right before his first birthday. We get to hear Jax's diagnosis story and you'll get to listen in as Tori and I discuss making diabetes and insulin work for you instead of the other way around! We also dive a little into the childcare dilemma and getting over that scary hurdle of  leaving your T1D in the hands of someone else. This episode is encouraging and empowering! Enjoy!Follow Tori on Instagram! @toritacklestwoFollow the podcast on Instagram (you won't be sorry!) @sugarmamaspodcastSupport the show (https://www.buymeacoffee.com/sugarmama)
I'm back with Adrienne this week! Since both Adrienne and I have a pool in our backyard and are dealing with swimming and our T1Ds all the time, we're going to shoot the breeze a bit today to discuss what's worked for her and what's worked for us. Hopefully some of our strategies will help you brainstorm what you could possibly do differently to be successful in and around water.Plus, we get to hear all about their diabetic alert dog, Sherlock, and her second children's book, Sherlock has the Nose. WHERE YOU CAN FIND ADRIENNEYou can find Adrienne on Instagram at @teamlondont1d You can find Adrienne on Facebook at Team London T1DYou can find her book, Sherlock has the Nose, by clicking HEREYou can find her first book, London's Low Carb Life, by clicking HEREWHERE YOU CAN FIND ME AND THE PODCASTOn the web! www.sugarmamaspodcast.comOn Instagram: @sugarmamaspodcastOn our Facebook Page: Sugar Mama's PodcastIn our Facebook Group: Sugar Mama's Podcast FB GroupEmail me with questions and requests at: sugarmamaspodcast@gmail.comSupport the show (https://www.buymeacoffee.com/sugarmama)
In this episode I have the pleasure of chatting with Adrienne, mother of a sweet, 7 year old girl named London who was diagnosed with T1D at just 16 months old. Yowza!Adrienne talks to us about living the low carb life which they have been doing since shortly after diagnosis, some of her favorite low card brands, homeschooling 3 kids, using the DIY Loop Orangelink system and her children's book, London's Low Carb Life. Adrienne is kicking butt and taking names when it comes to Type 1 Diabetes management. She is a wealth of information and insight! Enjoy! Be sure to look below for where you can find find the links mentioned in the show! Find Adrienne and family on Instagram @teamlondont1dFind Adrienne and fam on Facebook: Team London T1D Find Adrieene's book: London's Low Carb LifeInterested in DIY LOOP?? Check out the LOOPED Facebook group: Looped Support the show (https://www.buymeacoffee.com/sugarmama)
Bust out the tissues, parents of type 1 diabetics, because this song, Pinpricks, by Jordan Micheal Peterson will have you crying into your insulin. Jordan is a singer/songwriter and a T1D. Not only that, but his brother and sister also have type 1 diabetes. Jordan wrote this song as a thank you to his parents for all the blood, sweat and tears that went into raising THREE kids with type one. It is a tribute to any parent that has gone through the highs and lows of T1D management for their child.Jordan also tells us all about his life as a dueling pianist and his newly released album of all original songs called Something Like ThatWHERE CAN I FIND THE SONG? Listen to Pinpricks now on You Tube! https://youtu.be/Ae-17WrVV24WHERE CAN I FIND JORDAN?You can Find Jordan on Instagram: @jordanmp_musicYou can Find Jordan on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/JordanMichealPeterson Support the show (https://www.buymeacoffee.com/sugarmama)
The Glycemic Index (GI). What is it? Why do we need to know about it in the world of Type 1 Diabetes Management?In short, the Glycemic Index is a scale from 1 to 100 that tells you how fast and how hard a food will effect blood sugar levels. Scores at or near 100 will be converted to glucose almost immediately. Andi Balog, a personal trainer and T1D nutritionist joins me on today's episode to discuss the GI index, her own journey as a Type 1 Diabetic and her passion for helping women with T1D lose weight. Personally, I like to know the GI of foods to help me determine how I am going to bolus for certain foods and meals. It helps me decide how long the prebolus should be, do I need to split the dose or extend the bolus? Do I need to make any temp basal changes to cover the meal properly? The GI index is another tool I use to help me manage my daughter's Type 1 and use the insulin to the best of my knowledge. Enjoy the episode and see below for links mentioned in the show and where you can find Andi. Andi's website for her business, Fit Little PeanutAndi's Instagram @thet1dnutritionistThe Time Zone Converter WebsiteWebsite to look at GI of certain foods Support the show (https://www.buymeacoffee.com/sugarmama)
Did you know there are actually perks to being a Type 1 Diabetic?! That's right! And today's episode is all about one of the most awesome ones, passes at major theme parks that allow you skip the long lines! Say whaaa??? While most major theme parks have a disability service or pass, today's episode specifically covers the Disney Disability Access Service (DAS) Pass as well as the Legoland HERO pass. Disney's DAS Pass "assists Guests who have difficulty tolerating extended waits in a conventional queue environment due to disability." (Taken from the Disney's website). The Legoland HERO Pass is also for those who may have difficulty waiting in line.  The guest on today's episode is Robbie, a fellow T1D mom with a passion for helping other Type 1 families. Check out her awesome and education T1D Instagram profile HERE... @t1dlearnwithme. She recently went to Disney World in Orlando, FL with her family, including her 3 year old daughter who has Type 1 diabetes. She is going to tell us all about the Disney DAS pass while I speak about the Legoland HERO pass. My family recently made a trip to Legoland and was able to take advantage of the HERO pass. It was great! Enjoy!  Support the show (https://www.buymeacoffee.com/sugarmama)
Do you feel that mindset matters when it comes to managing Type 1 Diabetes? I know I do!Joining me today is Raquel Baron, owner of Type One Together, a company that provides products and resources for Type 1 Diabetic children and their superhero caregivers. Raquel has been a T1D for the past 19 years, diagnosed when she was just 5 years old. She has made it her life's mission to bring hope and positivity to children and their caregivers who are managing such a heavy disease. In episode #34 Raquel and I discuss how the way we perceive type 1 makes a huge difference in the way we approach diabetes management.  We also chat about overcoming the fear of insulin, the fear of leaving you T1D in the hands of someone else like a baby sitter or teacher, taking care of ourselves as caregivers and not letting the CGM control our lives. This is a fantastic episode with loads of encouragement!Make sure to visit Type One Together on the web to check out their adorable clay and plush diabuddies for sale as well as their other helpful and inspiring resources and blog posts. Plus, you can find Raquel on Instagram @typeonetogether and also at her personal account  @typeonedayMake sure to follow the Podcast on Social Media! Instagram @sugarmamaspodcastAnd find us on the Web! www.sugarmamaspodcast.comSupport the show (https://www.buymeacoffee.com/sugarmama)
Are you a newly diagnosed Type 1 Diabetic? Are you the mom or caregiver of a newly diagnosed Type 1 diabetic child? Are you starting over with your T1D management? Then you are in the right place! This is episode TEN in a 10 week series for the newly diagnosed.The tenth episode in the Newly Diagnosed Series is called The Top 5. In it, Rachel and I discuss the top 5 things to buy after diagnosis, the top 5 things to do, the top 5 things that will help keep blood sugars in range and the top 5 mindsets that are helpful to adopt. Joining me again and for the entire 10 week series is Registered Nurse and Certified Diabetes Care and Education Specialist (CDCES), Rachel Halverson. Rachel is also a T1D herself and has been living with Type 1 for 23 years now.  What's more, she has her very own online coaching business called Give Me Some Sugar where she primarily helps women manage their diabetes. In other words, she a super-human, hard-working lady! Please see below so you can know where to find Rachel and get in contact with her if you'd like!A diagnosis of Type 1 Diabetes is overwhelming to say the very least. The beginning of the journey with T1D is hard, emotional, scary and HEAVY. That's why I wanted to complete this series to help encourage and equip those families who are now facing this new life with T1D. Enjoy!WHERE YOU CAN FIND RACHEL HALVERSON:Instagram: @givemesomesugardiabetesHer website: https://www.givemesomesugar.coach/Her email: rachel@givemesomesugar.coachHer Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/gmsscoachSupport the show (https://www.buymeacoffee.com/sugarmama)
Are you a newly diagnosed Type 1 Diabetic? Are you the mom or caregiver of a newly diagnosed Type 1 diabetic child? Are you starting over with your T1D management? Then you are in the right place! This is episode NINE in a 10 week series for the newly diagnosed.The ninth episode in the Newly Diagnosed Series is all about sick day management. Having a T1D that falls ill can be scary! Take a listen and learn some tips and tricks on how to best handle it! As always, when in doubt... CALL YOUR ENDO! Diatribe Article on Sick Day Management that I mention at the end of this episode: https://diatribe.org/zoning-sick-day-management-practical-tips-strategies-and-advice Joining me again and for the entire 10 week series is Registered Nurse and Certified Diabetes Care and Education Specialist (CDCES), Rachel Halverson. Rachel is also a T1D herself and has been living with Type 1 for 23 years now.  What's more, she has her very own online coaching business called Give Me Some Sugar where she primarily helps women manage their diabetes. In other words, she a super-human, hard-working lady! Please see below so you can know where to find Rachel and get in contact with her if you'd like!A diagnosis of Type 1 Diabetes is overwhelming to say the very least. The beginning of the journey with T1D is hard, emotional, scary and HEAVY. That's why I wanted to complete this series to help encourage and equip those families who are now facing this new life with T1D. Enjoy!WHERE YOU CAN FIND RACHEL HALVERSON:Instagram: @givemesomesugardiabetesHer website: https://www.givemesomesugar.coach/Her email: rachel@givemesomesugar.coachHer Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/gmsscoachSupport the show (https://www.buymeacoffee.com/sugarmama)
DescriptionAre you a newly diagnosed Type 1 Diabetic? Are you the mom or caregiver of a newly diagnosed Type 1 diabetic child? Are you starting over with your T1D management? Then you are in the right place! This is episode EIGHT in a 10 week series for the newly diagnosed.The eighth episode in the Newly Diagnosed Series is all about factors that affect insulin sensitivity. Rachel and I discuss exercise, hormones, stress, diet and more in this episode. Did you know that all of these things can effect insulin needs and timing? Take a listen to find out more!  Joining me again and for the entire 10 week series is Registered Nurse and Certified Diabetes Care and Education Specialist (CDCES), Rachel Halverson. Rachel is also a T1D herself and has been living with Type 1 for 23 years now.  What's more, she has her very own online coaching business called Give Me Some Sugar where she primarily helps women manage their diabetes. In other words, she a super-human, hard-working lady! Please see below so you can know where to find Rachel and get in contact with her if you'd like!A diagnosis of Type 1 Diabetes is overwhelming to say the very least. The beginning of the journey with T1D is hard, emotional, scary and HEAVY. That's why I wanted to complete this series to help encourage and equip those families who are now facing this new life with T1D. Enjoy!WHERE YOU CAN FIND RACHEL HALVERSON:Instagram: @givemesomesugardiabetesHer website: https://www.givemesomesugar.coach/Her email: rachel@givemesomesugar.coachHer Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/gmsscoachSupport the show (https://www.buymeacoffee.com/sugarmama)
Are you a newly diagnosed Type 1 Diabetic? Are you the mom or caregiver of a newly diagnosed Type 1 diabetic child? Are you starting over with your T1D management? Then you are in the right place! This is episode SEVEN in a 10 week series for the newly diagnosed.The seventh episode in the Newly Diagnosed Series is all about MDI (multiple daily injections) vs pumping vs DIY looping. Rachel and I discuss what they are and the many options out there. This one is terminology heavy and it may seem very unfamiliar. Scroll down to the bottom to see a list of links to the different pump companies to learn more as well as a link to the DIY Loop website.  Joining me again and for the entire 10 week series is Registered Nurse and Certified Diabetes Care and Education Specialist (CDCES), Rachel Halverson. Rachel is also a T1D herself and has been living with Type 1 for 23 years now.  What's more, she has her very own online coaching business called Give Me Some Sugar where she primarily helps women manage their diabetes. In other words, she a super-human, hard-working lady! Please see below so you can know where to find Rachel and get in contact with her if you'd like!A diagnosis of Type 1 Diabetes is overwhelming to say the very least. The beginning of the journey with T1D is hard, emotional, scary and HEAVY. That's why I wanted to complete this series to help encourage and equip those families who are now facing this new life with T1D. Enjoy!WHERE YOU CAN FIND RACHEL HALVERSON:Instagram: @givemesomesugardiabetesHer website: https://www.givemesomesugar.coach/Her email: rachel@givemesomesugar.coachHer Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/gmsscoachALL THE LINKS: Medtronic: https://www.medtronicdiabetes.com/homeTandem Diabetes: https://www.tandemdiabetes.com/Omnipod: https://www.omnipod.com/InPen by Medtronic (the smart insulin pen): https://www.medtronicdiabetes.com/products/inpen-smart-insulin-pen-systemDIY Loop and the RileyLink: https://loopkit.github.io/loopdocs/Support the show (https://www.buymeacoffee.com/sugarmama)
Are you a newly diagnosed Type 1 Diabetic? Are you the mom or caregiver of a newly diagnosed Type 1 diabetic child? Are you starting over with your T1D management? Then you are in the right place! This is episode SIX in a 10 week series for the newly diagnosed.The sixth episode in the Newly Diagnosed Series is all about counting carbs. Rachel and I discuss how to do it and other things on the nutrition label to take into consideration such as fiber, fat and protein. Plus, we spend a little time talking more about pancreatic function. What else do the Beta Cells do? What are alpha cells and what role do they play? It's a good one, you guys! Joining me again and for the entire 10 week series is Registered Nurse and Certified Diabetes Care and Education Specialist (CDCES), Rachel Halverson. Rachel is also a T1D herself and has been living with Type 1 for 23 years now.  What's more, she has her very own online coaching business called Give Me Some Sugar where she primarily helps women manage their diabetes. In other words, she a super-human, hard-working lady! Please see below so you can know where to find Rachel and get in contact with her if you'd like!A diagnosis of Type 1 Diabetes is overwhelming to say the very least. The beginning of the journey with T1D is hard, emotional, scary and HEAVY. That's why I wanted to complete this series to help encourage and equip those families who are now facing this new life with T1D. Enjoy!WHERE YOU CAN FIND RACHEL HALVERSON:Instagram: @givemesomesugardiabetesHer website: https://www.givemesomesugar.coach/Her email: rachel@givemesomesugar.coachHer Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/gmsscoachSupport the show (https://www.buymeacoffee.com/sugarmama)
Are you a newly diagnosed Type 1 Diabetic? Are you the mom or caregiver of a newly diagnosed Type 1 diabetic child? Are you starting over with your T1D management? Then you are in the right place! This is episode FIVE in a 10 week series for the newly diagnosed.The fifth episode in the Newly Diagnosed Series is all about Hyperglycemia or HIGH blood sugar and Hypoglycemia or LOW blood sugar. Rachel and I discuss what it is, the signs and symptoms of these two are, what causes them and a general overview on how to treat them. Joining me again and for the entire 10 week series is Registered Nurse and Certified Diabetes Care and Education Specialist (CDCES), Rachel Halverson. Rachel is also a T1D herself and has been living with Type 1 for 23 years now.  What's more, she has her very own online coaching business called Give Me Some Sugar where she primarily helps women manage their diabetes. In other words, she a super-human, hard-working lady! Please see below so you can know where to find Rachel and get in contact with her if you'd like!A diagnosis of Type 1 Diabetes is overwhelming to say the very least. The beginning of the journey with T1D is hard, emotional, scary and HEAVY. That's why I wanted to complete this series to help encourage and equip those families who are now facing this new life with T1D. Enjoy!WHERE YOU CAN FIND RACHEL HALVERSON:Instagram: @givemesomesugardiabetesHer website: https://www.givemesomesugar.coach/Her email: rachel@givemesomesugar.coachHer Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/gmsscoachSupport the show (https://www.buymeacoffee.com/sugarmama)
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