This interview was hosted by @type1ketomama from https://brooklynketo.com/ . Brooklyn Keto is so excited to have a prominent Type 1 Diabetic who is also a medical doctor agree to share her insights in this Q and A! Dr. Hannah Hamlin controls her blood sugars with a Dexcom G6 CGM (continuous glucose monitor) combined with a … Continue reading Q AND A WITH TYPE 1 DIABETIC DR. HANNAH HAMLIN
One thought I come back to often is this, “A small portion of one organ is not functioning in my body, but I have seventy eight that are working perfectly, that’s pretty freaking amazing.”
My first podcast! I had a blast recording this with Robert M. Howe from Diabetics Doing Things. He has an awesome podcast that I look forward to every week. It's down-to-earth, fun, and talks about what living with diabetes is really like. CLICK HERE TO LISTEN! It's also free on itunes. You can search Diabetics Doing … Continue reading Podcast Interview: Diabetics Doing Medical School
My first ketogenic diet experiment. Way back in 2015 my pre-med self took on a project in search of more energy and better blood sugars. Turns out, it totally changed my life for the better. I conducted a ketogenic diet experiment many years ago when first introducing the ketogenic diet. I loved the metabolic results and increased quality of life it gave me … Continue reading Nutritional Ketosis & Type 1 Diabetes
After two weeks of working with my physician, the insurance company, and the pharmacy I received my new ketone meter in the mail. I was so excited to have a new tool to get numeric feedback instead of resorting to the color-guessing-game with urine ketone strips. For the first time in a few days I … Continue reading How accurate is accurate enough when it comes to blood glucose and blood ketone meters?