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.”
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6mOxCrc_m1k&t=12s We just couples matched into our number 1 choice residency programs and are so excited! We learned a lot along the way and wanted to share our insight with future med students. Time Line Overview Pre-June of application year: Pick a specialty, make the final decision to couples match (if you haven’t already), research … Continue reading Couple Match! Tips on Couples Matching into Residency.
Another Awesome Study that Shows there are Benefits to Meditation – this time via apps. Photo by Vlad Bagacian on Pexels.com What’s the hype all about? There is an overwhelming amount of research that discusses the positive impact of meditation on the human mind and body. A study published this month in the Journal of … Continue reading Meditation
Vitamin D Deficiency in Medical Students – Are you at risk? What you can do about it? Most student’s lifestyle drastically changes upon beginning medical school curriculum. From late night library sessions to hours in the anatomy lab, sunlight isn’t exactly a high Actual photo of a real-life second-year med students DIY treadmill desk. priority … Continue reading Vitamin D Deficiency in Medical Students
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
Official Article Here: http://blog.accepted.com/patient-to-physician-a-do-student-shares-her-journey/ This interview is the latest in an Accepted blog series featuring interviews with medical school applicants and students, offering readers a behind-the-scenes look at top medical schools and the med school application process. And now, introducing Hannah Hamlin… Accepted: We’d like to get to know you! Where are you from? Where and what … Continue reading Patient to Physician – a DO student shares her journey
A Ketogenic Diet: Put simply, this diet is characterized by macronutrient (Fat, Carbs, and Protein) breakdown. By definition, a ketogenic diet is low in carbs, adequate in protein, and high in fat. Adaptation to this way of eating allows most of your body to burn fat for fuel instead of burning glucose. The byproducts of … Continue reading What is nutritional ketosis?
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?