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Reclaim Your Rise: Type 1 Diabetes with Lauren Bongiorno
Supporting Young Adult T1D Transitions with Christina Roth from the Diabetes Link

Reclaim Your Rise: Type 1 Diabetes with Lauren Bongiorno

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 31, 2023 36:25


Today, we have Christina Roth on the show! Christina is the CEO of the Diabetes Link, formally known as the College Diabetes Network. The Diabetes Link is a national nonprofit organization that specializes in helping teens and young adults navigate their diabetes. They have served an estimated 12,000 young adults nationwide with peer support, expert resources, scholarships, and more!Christina has been living with type one diabetes for over 20 years. The isolation she felt as a college student with T1D inspired her to create The Diabetes Link in 2009 as a way to address the unique challenges that specifically college students face. In this episode we discuss… Christina's personal experience as a teenager growing up with diabetesShifting dynamics between parents of and young adults with T1Ds during transitory periods like moving out or going to college Boundaries with numbers, and the importance of independence… and so much more! This episode is a fantastic listen for parents of teens and young adults to listen to, or really anyone in their late teens or early 20s living with type one diabetes. Learn more about The Diabetese Link HERE. Hit the subscribe button and rate and review to help this podcast rise! Follow me @lauren_bongiorno and @riselyhealth on Instagram to stay in the loop for when new episodes drop.Send me a DM to introduce yourself with any feedback, questions, or suggestions on topics you'd like us to cover in future episodes.RESOURCES FOR YOU: Get support with your mindset around T1D HERELearn more about our 1:1 coaching programs HERE.Disclaimer: Nothing you hear on the Reclaim your Rise podcast should be a substitute for personalized professional medical advice. Please always consult your physician or other medical professional before making any changes to your diet, insulin dosages, or healthcare plan. 

The Diabetes Psychologist
#125: How to Set Boundaries Around T1D with Your Coworkers

The Diabetes Psychologist

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 26, 2023 30:43


The Diabetes Psychologist Podcast is changing it's name to Live Free with T1D! Is going to work uncomfortable because your coworkers don't know anything about T1D? Or worse, do your coworkers think they know about diabetes, so they want to "help" you manage your blood sugars? With more people returning to the office, work has become a landmine for some people with type 1 diabetes. In this episode, Dr. Mark coaches Tarra on how she can deal with a coworker who thinks he knows it all about T1D. After returning to the office, this coworker is constantly asking her about her diabetes and it is starting to make Tarra uncomfortable. This situation is making her hesitant to tell others at work that she has T1D because she doesn't want to deal with the questions and/or (bad) advice that might follow. Listen as Dr. Mark coaches Tarra on some simple steps she can take to set boundaries with coworkers, so she can do her job, without interference with her diabetes management from her colleagues. To join the waitlist for Live Free with T1D, go to www.thediabetespsychologist.com/livefreewitht1d Diabetes Sucks and You Can Handle It can now be purchased on Amazon or on my website, www.thediabetespsychologist.com/book. Follow The Diabetes Psychologist on Instagram @thediabetespsychologist and join The Diabetes Psychologist Community on Facebook.

Diabetes Connections with Stacey Simms Type 1 Diabetes
In the News.. Mark Cuban's pharmacy starts "insulin test," EOFlow patch pump, T2D drug updates & more!

Diabetes Connections with Stacey Simms Type 1 Diabetes

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 20, 2023 7:59


It's In the News, a look at the top stories from the diabetes community from the last seven days. This week: Cost Plus pharmacy starts putting out feelers about insulin, asking people to take part in a pilot program, EO Flow looks at the US market for their new patch pump, quite a few new studies about type 2 diabetes drugs, a study about slowing down type 1 in kids and much more! Learn more about the T1D exchange and drive research that matters! www.t1dexchange.org/stacey Check out Stacey's books! Join the Diabetes Connections Facebook Group! Sign up for our newsletter here Episode Transcription Below (or coming soon!) Please visit our Sponsors & Partners - they help make the show possible! *Learn more about OMNIPOD* *Learn more about AFREZZA* *Learn more about DEXCOM* Hello and welcome to Diabetes Connections In the News! I'm Stacey Simms and these are the top diabetes stories and headlines of the past seven days. XX In the news is brought to you by The T1D Exchange - Help drive research that matters. XX Possible new player in the US Patch pump business. EO Flow has submitted a 510(k) application to the FDA for its EOPatch wearable, disposable insulin pump. EO Flow is based in California and has launched the pump in South Korea. The company also has FDA breakthrough device designation on an integrated artificial pancreas. The website says EOPancreas is a wearable disposable artificial pancreas system that integrates a continuous glucose sensor and an insulin pump in one small wearable module and autonomously controls insulin infusion. They're looking for a US partner for the pump and hope to launch in 2024. http://www.eoflow.com/eng/eopatch/eopatch_010100.html https://www.drugdeliverybusiness.com/eoflow-submits-insulin-patch-pump-fda-clearance/ XX Your time in range before getting a COVID vaccine may predict your body's response. This was a small study, 25 patients with type 1 who received two doses of a COVID vaccine. Researchers followed the group two weeks before before and six months after the shots. Main outcome measures: The primary exposure and outcome measures were pre-vaccination glucose control, and antibody response after vaccination, respectively. Patients meeting the recommended pre-vaccination glucose targets of TIR (≥70%) and TAR (≤25%), developed stronger neutralizing antibody titres (p < 0.0001 and p = 0.008, respectively), regardless of HbA1c. highlighting a role for well-controlled blood glucose in vaccination efficacy. https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/36611249/ XX New study in kids with type 1 seems to show that the drug golimumab – brand name Simponi – can help preserve beta cell function. This is the Tiger study which included people ages 6 to 21 years old with T1D and given either the drug or a placebo for 52 weeks the off the drug for another year. The group taking the drug used less insulin and had a higher c peptide level in the time after the medication stopped, indicating that there was a difference. https://diabetesjournals.org/care/article-abstract/doi/10.2337/dc22-0908/148228/Two-Year-Follow-up-From-the-T1GER-Study-Continued?redirectedFrom=fulltext XX New study confirming what a lot of you already know, Metformin failure in people with type 2 diabetes is very common, particularly among those with high A1c levels at the time of diagnosis. An analysis of electronic health record data for more than 22,000 patients starting metformin at three US clinical sites found that over 40% experienced metformin failure. This was defined as either failure to achieve or maintain A1c less than 7% within 18 months or the use of additional glucose-lowering medications. "These results call into question the ubiquitous use of metformin as the first-line therapy and suggest a more individualized approach may be needed to optimize therapy," they add in their article published online in the Journal of Clinical Endocrinology and Metabolism. The investigators identified a total of 22,047 metformin initiators from three clinical primary care sites: the University of Mississippi's Jackson centers, which serves a mostly African American population, the Mountain Park Health Center in Arizona, a seven-clinic federally qualified community health center in Phoenix that serves a mostly Latino population, and the Rochester Epidemiology Project, which includes the Mayo Clinic and serves a primarily White population. https://www.medscape.com/viewarticle/986994 XX The FDA has approved a label update for semaglutide that allows the drug to be used in addition to diet and exercise as a first-line option to improve glycemic control in adults with type 2 diabetes. The brand name here is Wegovy. With its initial FDA approval in 2019, semaglutide became the first and only glucagon-like peptide-1 (GLP-1) analog in pill form. https://www.pharmacytimes.com/view/fda-approves-label-update-for-semaglutide-allowing-use-as-first-line-option-for-adults-with-type-2-diabetes XX Merk says it's diabetes drugs Januvia and Janumet have become contaminated with a potential carcinogen.. and it can resolve the problem by the end of the year. The company submitted a report to the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and other regulators. The impurity arose mostly during storage, as well as during manufacturing, Bloomberg News said. The FDA said in August certain samples of sitagliptin, a compound in Merck's diabetes drugs Januvia and Janumet, were contaminated with a possible carcinogen. https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2023-01-17/merck-mrk-ready-to-remove-cancer-linked-chemical-from-diabetes-drugs-in-2023 XX Researchers studying new methods for improving blood sugar control in type 2 diabetes have discovered an old class of antipsychotic drugs may offer clues to a novel kind of treatment for hyperglycemia. While the researchers propose the old drugs could be directly repurposed to treat diabetes, they could also be slightly modified to more specifically target blood sugar control. The class of drugs, known as (DPBPs), were developed back in the 1960s and are still used today. The researchers say they “They all improve blood sugar control by preventing the muscle from burning ketones as a fuel source.” Because the DPBP drugs are already approved medicines the researchers hope to quickly move to proof-of-principal human trials. This would establish whether these preclinical findings are reproducible in human patients. The new study was published in the journal Diabetes. https://newatlas.com/medical/old-antipsychotic-drugs-new-class-diabetes-treatment/ XX Another study showing an AID system works well for people with type 2. Scientists from University of Cambridge set up a small study, no surprise, the closed loop system did a lot better than standard injection therapy – people stayed in target range 66-percent of the time versus 32-percent with shots. That was an additional 8 hours a day of time in range. https://www.medicalnewstoday.com/articles/type-2-diabetes-artificial-pancreas-may-soon-be-an-option XX Dexcom gives us a little more information about the G7. I interviewed Kevin Sayer for this week's long format interview and he says the G7 will launch in the US during this first quarter.. so by the end of March. He also gave a more pessimistic view for interoperability with Tandem and Omnipod than we've heard – with Tandem end of summer early fall and Omnipod 5 next year. It's up to those companies, not Dexcom. XX T1D Exchange XX On the podcast next week.. how are those new year's resolutions going? If you haven't kept them up, maybe you tried to do too much at once? Nutritionist Ben Tzeel joins me to talk about how to get back on track. I mentioned last week's episode with Dexcom CEO Kevin Sayer. We talk about the G7 launch and lots more, including their plans for the type 2 community and moving into “health” That's In the News for this week.. if you like it, please share it! Thanks for joining me! See you back here soon.

The Diabetes Psychologist
#124: Strategies to Get Better Sleep with T1D

The Diabetes Psychologist

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 19, 2023 31:53


How is your sleep with T1D? Do you wake up in the middle of the night to your CGM alerts and have trouble going back to sleep? Are you having trouble falling asleep because of anxiety about low blood sugar? Sleep is the bane of the existence for many folks with T1D, and it's something we don't talk enough about. In this episode, Dr. Mark coaches Nikki about how she can get better sleep with T1D. Nikki says that she has not gotten a full night's sleep in more than 30 years and T1D is to blame. She sees herself as an "anxious person" and it may be that view of herself is to blame for some of her challenges with sleep. Listen as Dr. Mark coaches Nikki to see that with a mindset shift and some improved sleep hygiene, she can get a good night's rest, even with type 1 diabetes! To join the waitlist for Live Free with T1D, go to www.thediabetespsychologist.com/livefreewitht1d Diabetes Sucks and You Can Handle It can now be purchased on Amazon or on my website, www.thediabetespsychologist.com/book. Follow The Diabetes Psychologist on Instagram @thediabetespsychologist and join The Diabetes Psychologist Community on Facebook.

Reclaim Your Rise: Type 1 Diabetes with Lauren Bongiorno
How to Tactically Bounce Back from Low Blood Sugar Incidents

Reclaim Your Rise: Type 1 Diabetes with Lauren Bongiorno

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 17, 2023 23:57


Welcome to this week's podcast! Today I'm getting really vulnerable with you and sharing my experience with one of the worst low blood sugars I've had in years.  Along with this story, I'll provide three tips that I've learned throughout my diabetes journey to help you bounce back from these types of low blood sugar incidents.  Whether intentional or unintentional, as T1Ds we are used to hiding the daily ups and downs that we experience from the people around us. This is part of why it can feel like diabetes is such an invisible condition because there's so much that we do daily that no one knows about.  My hope is that you can take the lessons from this podcast and apply them to your own life with diabetes, so you feel less alone and more equipped to manage your lows.  Hit the subscribe button and rate and review to help this podcast rise! Follow me @lauren_bongiorno and @riselyhealth on Instagram to stay in the loop for when new episodes drop.Send me a DM to introduce yourself with any feedback, questions, or suggestions on topics you'd like us to cover in future episodes. RESOURCES FOR YOU:Get more T1D tips with this free download HERE.Join the Risely T1D community in our free Facebook group HERE. Thank you to the Reclaim Your Rise podcast sponsor, the Diabetes Research Institute Foundation. Stay up to date on all the DRIF news by becoming a DRI Insider here. New DRIF Newsletter subscribers will receive an exclusive FREE resource from Risely Health!  Disclaimer: Nothing you hear on the Reclaim your Rise podcast should be a substitute for personalized professional medical advice. Please always consult your physician or other medical professional before making any changes to your diet, insulin dosages, or healthcare plan. 

Pardon My Pancreas
How I "Reset" My Blood Sugars To 100% Time In Range (After A Rollercoaster Day)

Pardon My Pancreas

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 17, 2023 14:50


Matt explores his diabetes telling him "NO" through a nightmare blood sugar day, and shares the one big tip that got him back to 100% THE NEXT DAY.Grab your free ticket to this advanced T1D training here:https://diabetesinaction.com---------Welcome to the Pardon My Pancreas podcast!! This show is all about REAL life with type 1 diabetes, understanding fluctuations, and how to stabilize your blood sugar for good. Your host is Matt Vande Vegte is a certified personal trainer, nutritionist, and type 1 diabetic whose biggest goal in life is to help people with diabetes around the world live their lives fearlessly. Looking for an online health coaching program to help you live your best life? Go to https://www.ftfwarrior.com to learn more about his program for diabetics only that is focused on helping you reach your goals while living a happier and healthier life. Join the Tribe today!This podcast is sponsored by FTF Warrior - An online health and fitness coaching company for type 1 diabetics dedicated to helping them master their blood sugars through any activity, exercise, or meal!https://www.ftfwarrior.comFollow Matt here:Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/ftfwarrior/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ftfwarrior/Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/c/ftfwarrior------------------------------------------------------Disclaimer: While we share our experiences with diabetes, nothing we discuss should be taken as medical advice. Please consult your doctor or medical professional for your health and diabetes management.

Pardon My Pancreas
Juice Cleansing With Diabetes And Subconscious T1D Mental Blocks: Interview With Dr. Nikki Siso

Pardon My Pancreas

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 17, 2023 47:17


Matt interviews Dr. Nikki Siso and uncovers her secret to juice cleansing and mindful practices with type 1 diabetes. Listen now to learn the "life hacks" to thriving with diabetes!Grab your free ticket to this advanced T1D training here:https://diabetesinaction.com---------Welcome to the Pardon My Pancreas podcast!! This show is all about REAL life with type 1 diabetes, understanding fluctuations, and how to stabilize your blood sugar for good. Your host is Matt Vande Vegte is a certified personal trainer, nutritionist, and type 1 diabetic whose biggest goal in life is to help people with diabetes around the world live their lives fearlessly. Looking for an online health coaching program to help you live your best life? Go to https://www.ftfwarrior.com to learn more about his program for diabetics only that is focused on helping you reach your goals while living a happier and healthier life. Join the Tribe today!This podcast is sponsored by FTF Warrior - An online health and fitness coaching company for type 1 diabetics dedicated to helping them master their blood sugars through any activity, exercise, or meal!https://www.ftfwarrior.comFollow Matt here:Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/ftfwarrior/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ftfwarrior/Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/c/ftfwarrior------------------------------------------------------Disclaimer: While we share our experiences with diabetes, nothing we discuss should be taken as medical advice. Please consult your doctor or medical professional for your health and diabetes management.

The Diabetes Psychologist
#123: Why Your Expectations for Yourself are (Probably) Too High

The Diabetes Psychologist

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 12, 2023 32:58


Are you frustrated with your T1D management? Do you ever feel like your blood sugars are never in range enough? I know how frustrating it can be when you are working hard to manage T1D, but the results don't show your effort. It's like you are climbing a mountain and no matter what you do, you just can't get to the top. When you can meet your own expectations, diabetes burnout is never far behind. It this episode, Dr. Mark coaches Ernie about how setting reasonable expectations for himself around his blood sugars can help reduce his stress. Ernie feels down on himself because his blood sugar is "never in range." A former high school teacher, he compares his time in range with a grade in school, and Ernie wants an "A". Listen as Dr. Mark helps him see that the metrics for success are very different T1D than they are for school. Ernie is able to see that, with some small adjustments to the hull of his sailboat (the hull = his diabetes knowledge and management), that he can regain the confidence he is looking for in his life with T1D. To join the waitlist for Live Free with T1D, go to www.thediabetespsychologist.com/livefreewitht1d Diabetes Sucks and You Can Handle It can now be purchased on Amazon or on my website, www.thediabetespsychologist.com/book. Follow The Diabetes Psychologist on Instagram @thediabetespsychologist and join The Diabetes Psychologist Community on Facebook.

Keeping It 100 Radio: Uncensored Diabetes Conversations
EP 80: Empowered Voices with Val: Restricted & Over-managing to Food Freedom and Flexible

Keeping It 100 Radio: Uncensored Diabetes Conversations

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 11, 2023 37:23


In this episode, Emily shares her T1D journey and her experience inside of our signature program, Keeping It 100! Emily shares how she went from over-managing and restriction in her T1D management to having more space to live and enjoy the things she loves by ditching the "all or nothing" mindset and shifting into a mindset fuelled by freedom, choice and intention! Resources for this episode: Join us inside the Keeping it 100 Diabetes Coaching Experience: https://calendly.com/needlesandspoons/keeping-it-100-val?month=2022-12 Grab the Keeping it 100 Diabetes Journal: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B0BB5ZL6R8?ref_=pe_3052080_397514860 Check out our blog: https://bit.ly/3AkABcm Follow us on Instagram: https://bit.ly/3hMqhU9 Check out our free resource hub: https://bit.ly/3tF2tnC Try Skin Grip and use the code "LISSIE" at skingrip.com Check out our favorite products: https://www.amazon.com/shop/needlesandspoons_?ref=ac_inf_tb_vh *Disclaimer: Nothing inside of Keeping it 100 Radio or our resources is intended as medical advice. Always consult a physician before making changes to your insulin doses, diet or general wellness.

Diabetes Connections with Stacey Simms Type 1 Diabetes
"He's a Huge Inspiration To Me" - A Father & Daughter Face T1D Together

Diabetes Connections with Stacey Simms Type 1 Diabetes

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 10, 2023 37:18


Dad and daughter, Randall and Emma Barker, were diagnosed at the same age (ten) and have a few other coincidences around their experiences with T1D. They have a close relationship and this week, they share their story. The Barkers are here to talk about eye health – we get help from the American Diabetes Association's Dr. Laura Hieronymous to talk about treatment and prevention of complications, which Randall has. But we also talk about what it's been like for Emma to watch her father live with type 1 and then be diagnosed herself and Randall shares his own feelings of guilt.. and pride. This is a good one. This podcast is not intended as medical advice. If you have those kinds of questions, please contact your health care provider. Check out Stacey's books! Join the Diabetes Connections Facebook Group! Sign up for our newsletter here Episode Transcription Below (or coming soon!) Please visit our Sponsors & Partners - they help make the show possible! Learn more about Omnipod Learn more about Afrezza Learn more about Dexcom Learn more about Vivi Cap

Reclaim Your Rise: Type 1 Diabetes with Lauren Bongiorno
Overcoming Perfection in Parenting with the World's Worst Diabetes Mom Stacey Simms

Reclaim Your Rise: Type 1 Diabetes with Lauren Bongiorno

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 10, 2023 46:14


Our guest today is the wonderful Stacey Simms. This episode is absolute gold for parents and caregivers of kids and teens with type one diabetes. You may already know Stacey if you listen to the Diabetes Connections Podcast. She is a podcast host, award-winning broadcaster and speaker, as well as the author of two diabetes parenting books The World's Worst Diabetes Mom and Still the World's Worst Diabetes Mom.Stacey's son Benny was diagnosed with T1D in December of 2006, one month before he turned two years old. He's now eighteen! In this episode we discuss…What stages of Benny's childhood were the hardest to navigate with T1DThe balance of when to keep diabetes in the background vs. when to bring it to the forefrontHelicopter parenting The detrimental mindset of comparing your child's numbers to other T1D's numbersHow to get out of chasing perfection with blood sugars as a parentWHERE TO FIND STACEY: Visit Stacey's Website HERE.Follow Stacey on Instagram HERE.Check out Stacey Simms's “Still The World's Worst Diabetes Mom” on Amazon and wherever you buy books and at Diabetes-Connections.com. If you buy through the website, you can get a signed copy and use the promo code “Risely” for free shipping!  Learn more about Stacey's MOM'S NIGHT OUT event HERE.Hit the subscribe button and rate and review to help this podcast rise! Follow me @lauren_bongiorno and @riselyhealth on Instagram to stay in the loop for when new episodes drop.Send me a DM to introduce yourself with any feedback, questions, or suggestions on topics you'd like us to cover in future episodes.RESOURCES FOR YOU: FREE Blood sugar hacks guide for T1D parents HERELearn more about our coaching programs HERE.Disclaimer: Nothing you hear on the Reclaim your Rise podcast should be a substitute for personalized professional medical advice. Please always consult your physician or other medical professional before making any changes to your diet, insulin dosages, or healthcare plan. 

More Than Just a Type
Achieve Your Goals and Live Life On YOUR Terms, NOT Diabetes' Terms with Ben Tzeel

More Than Just a Type

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 10, 2023 57:35


Ben is a registered dietitian, strength coach, and T1D vet of over 20 years who specializes in providing you with the blueprint to amazing blood sugars so you can eat the foods you love, do the things you love and live life on YOUR terms, NOT diabetes' terms. If you enjoy this episode and it inspires you somehow, please take a second to leave a 5-star rating or review and let me know what you enjoyed most. All you have to do is scroll down on your device and tap the stars to rate the podcast or click to leave a quick review. All you have to do is click here. Taking the time to rate and review the podcast helps expand its reach and makes it possible for other people to find this show. Thank you so much for your support of this show!  Links Mentioned in This Episode: Learn more about Ben and how to work with him: https://www.yourdiabetesinsider.com/  Connect with Ben on IG: https://www.instagram.com/manoftzeel/  Ben's YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/@yourdiabetesinsider  Other Links: Learn more about Taja: www.tajacato.com  Connect with Taja on IG: @tajacato Thank you so much for tuning in! XO

This is Type 1: Real-Life Type 1 Diabetes
Ep. 178: The Scientific Method + T1D

This is Type 1: Real-Life Type 1 Diabetes

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 10, 2023 10:14


Wondering how to actually run an experiment with your T1D? The scientific method is a simple way to organize how you think about experimenting. Jessie and I break down this method using T1D as an example.Support the showWhat to do next... Leave a review on Apple Podcasts Join the Half-Dead Pancreas Club Follow the Pod on Instagram Follow Colleen on Instagram Follow Jessie on Instagram Follow us on TikTok

Taking Control Of Your Diabetes - The Podcast!
#19 - Intermittent Fasting with Endocrinologist Dr. Preethika Ekanayake

Taking Control Of Your Diabetes - The Podcast!

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 9, 2023 26:32


TAKING CONTROL OF YOUR DIABETES® – THE PODCAST! ...With Expert Endocrinologists Living with T1D, Drs. Steven V. Edelman & Jeremy PettusIntermittent Fasting  – Featuring Endocrinologist Dr. Preethika EkanayakeQuestions We'll Cover in This Episode:•  What is intermittent fasting?•  How is intermittent fasting different from calorie restriction?•  What happens during the fasting period when you're sleeping?•  How are fasting ketones different than ketones that lead to diabetic ketoacidosis (DKA)?•  What are the benefits of intermittent fasting over other diets?•  What are the different types of intermittent fasting including Time Restricted Fasting, Alternate Day Fasting, and Alternate Day Modified Fasting?•  What are the side effects of intermittent fasting?Intermittent Fasting Article: https://tcoyd.org/2020/07/intermittent-fasting-a-physicians-perspective/ ★ Support this podcast ★

The 2TYPEONES Podcast
#119: 5-Pillars to Healthy Blood Sugars w/Kelly Schmidt

The 2TYPEONES Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 7, 2023 62:26


In today's episode, I got to sit down with T1D and dietitian Kelly Schmidt. We talk about our recent experiences with Omnipod 5 and how our vision has shaped our education and messaging to the diabetes community. Kelly's 5-Pillars To Flattening Your Glucose Curve:G-utR-estA-nalysis C-arbsE-xerciseShow Notes: Kelly's Website Kelly's Social Handle - @diabetesdietitianEnroll in Kelly's Sunday NewsletterSafe Sources of Practitioner-Grade Supplements Kelly's Functional LabsKelly's 2-Week Real Food CleanseDetails on the MRT 170 LabDo You Enjoy Wine - Check out Kelly's Favorite (Dry Farm Wine)Books referenced in this episode:Atomic Habits: James ClearRoar: PhD. Stacy T. SimsNext Level: PhD. Stacy T. Sims*Reach out to Kelly and mention the podcast for a 10% discount on products.  Check Out My Previous Episodes With Dietitian Kelly Schmidt:Episode #9Episode #35Episode #40Episode #44Episode #72Episode #117Visit My Diabetes Coaching WebsiteSimplifyingDiabetes.comSend me an email or DM me on Instagram and I'll answer any question you have about Diabetes.Don't forget to click on that subscribe button and leave a 5-star review on any platform you listen to the podcast, so you're notified when new episode drop. Questions about diabetes, don't hesitate to reach out @:Instagram: @thehealthydiabeticpodTwitter: @thehealthydpodTik Tok: @thehealthydiabeticpodFacebook: @Simplifying Life With DiabetesEmail: ken@simplifyingdiabetes.comPodcast Disclaimer: Nothing that you hear on The Healthy Diabetic Podcast should be considered medical advice or otherwise; please always consult your medical TEAM before making any changes to your diabetes management.

The Diabetes Psychologist
#122: Your Plan to Manage the Stress of T1D

The Diabetes Psychologist

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 5, 2023 26:32


The format of this podcast is changing! When you listen to this episode it will sound a little different from what you have heard before—but not to worry! You'll still be getting the same high quality content around T1D + mental health. This episode of the podcast is an introduction to the new name and format! You'll get an overview of how to build your T1D stress management plan like a like a sailboat, where: You are the captain. The hull your blood sugar management. The sails are your mindset. The rudder is your behavior. And your crew is your support system. You'll find out how, if you build the five parts of your sailboat correctly, you'll have smooth sailing in your life with T1D. To join the waitlist for Live Free with T1D, go to www.thediabetespsychologist.com/livefreewitht1d Diabetes Sucks and You Can Handle It can now be purchased on Amazon or on my website, www.thediabetespsychologist.com/book. Follow The Diabetes Psychologist on Instagram @thediabetespsychologist and join The Diabetes Psychologist Community on Facebook.

Endocrine News Podcast
ENP65: Type 1 Diabetes and Challenges Across the Lifespan

Endocrine News Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 4, 2023 34:34


In this episode, host Aaron Lohr looks back at the Endocrine Society’s Type 1 Diabetes Fellows Conference, which occurred last year, with two conference presenters talking about developmental challenges in type 1 diabetes, including psychological and social, across the lifespan. Our guests are Linda Siminerio, PhD, professor of medicine at University of Pittsburgh and executive director of the university’s Diabetes Institute, and Jill Weissberg-Benchell, PhD, professor of psychiatry and behavioral sciences at Northwestern University. Dr. Siminerio’s presentation was titled, “Identifying and Confronting Challenging Transitions.” Dr. Weissberg-Benchell’s presentation was titled, “Developmental Perspectives in the Psychosocial Aspects of Diabetes.” Thanks to the conference’s supporters who have made this episode possible through unrestricted, educational grants: Abbott Laboratories, Dexcom, Insulet, Lilly, Medtronic, Novo Nordisk, PreventionBio, and Tandem Diabetes Care. Editor’s note: this interview was recorded in 2022. For more information, including helpful links and other episodes, visit our website at https://www.endocrine.org/podcast

Keeping It 100 Radio: Uncensored Diabetes Conversations
EP 79: Empowered Voices with Val: How Fatima Lowered Her A1C From 7.4 to 5.7 Navigating T1D & Her First Year in College

Keeping It 100 Radio: Uncensored Diabetes Conversations

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 4, 2023 16:01


In this episode, Fatima joins us to share her T1D journey and experience going through our signature program, Keeping It 100. Fatima shares how she lowered her A1C from 7.4 to 5.7 while navigating her first year in college, trying out new workouts and expanding her mindset and relationship with diabetes. Resources for this episode: Join us inside the Keeping it 100 Diabetes Coaching Experience: https://calendly.com/needlesandspoons/keeping-it-100-val?month=2022-12 Grab the Keeping it 100 Diabetes Journal: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B0BB5ZL6R8?ref_=pe_3052080_397514860 Check out our blog: https://bit.ly/3AkABcm Follow us on Instagram: https://bit.ly/3hMqhU9 Check out our free resource hub: https://bit.ly/3tF2tnC Try Skin Grip and use the code "LISSIE" at skingrip.com Check out our favorite products: https://www.amazon.com/shop/needlesandspoons_?ref=ac_inf_tb_vh *Disclaimer: Nothing inside of Keeping it 100 Radio or our resources is intended as medical advice. Always consult a physician before making changes to your insulin doses, diet or general wellness.

Pardon My Pancreas
ULTIMATE BLOOD SUGAR EXPERIMENT: My Type 1 Diabetes Resolution Announcement

Pardon My Pancreas

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 3, 2023 20:20


Probably one of the BIGGEST T1D Announcements of this podcast ever, Matt shares some insiders tips to his 98% time in range over the holidays along with some shocking news! Grab your 90% Time In Range GUARANTEE here:https://fixmybloodsugars.com---------Welcome to the Pardon My Pancreas podcast!! This show is all about REAL life with type 1 diabetes, understanding fluctuations, and how to stabilize your blood sugar for good. Your host is Matt Vande Vegte is a certified personal trainer, nutritionist, and type 1 diabetic whose biggest goal in life is to help people with diabetes around the world live their lives fearlessly. Looking for an online health coaching program to help you live your best life? Go to https://www.ftfwarrior.com to learn more about his program for diabetics only that is focused on helping you reach your goals while living a happier and healthier life. Join the Tribe today!This podcast is sponsored by FTF Warrior - An online health and fitness coaching company for type 1 diabetics dedicated to helping them master their blood sugars through any activity, exercise, or meal!https://www.ftfwarrior.comFollow Matt here:Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/ftfwarrior/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ftfwarrior/Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/c/ftfwarrior------------------------------------------------------Disclaimer: While we share our experiences with diabetes, nothing we discuss should be taken as medical advice. Please consult your doctor or medical professional for your health and diabetes management.

This is Type 1: Real-Life Type 1 Diabetes
Ep. 177: How to Weightlift with T1D

This is Type 1: Real-Life Type 1 Diabetes

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 3, 2023 45:06


Competitive weightlifter Marylynne Allen joins us to talk about how to weightlift as a T1D. Diagnosed as an adult, she shares her struggles with re-learning how to exercise with T1D, and her encouragement for all T1Ds who are interested in learning how to weightlift. Support the showWhat to do next... Leave a review on Apple Podcasts Join the Half-Dead Pancreas Club Follow the Pod on Instagram Follow Colleen on Instagram Follow Jessie on Instagram Follow us on TikTok

Reclaim Your Rise: Type 1 Diabetes with Lauren Bongiorno
Breaking Negative Cycles with Diabetes Management with T1D Tess Jablon

Reclaim Your Rise: Type 1 Diabetes with Lauren Bongiorno

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 3, 2023 59:00


Happy New Year and welcome to the very first episode of the Reclaim Your Rise podcast for 2023! We are starting off strong with DCB graduate Tess Jablon on the show today. Tess was diagnosed with type one diabetes 30 years ago at the age of seven and later also received a PCOS diagnosis, which, if you weren't already aware, happens to about one in four T1D women. Before enrolling in Risley's Deciding Conquer Group Coaching Bootcamp, Tess was feeling stuck in a cycle of negativity and the belief that she was a failure. After completing the DCB, she not only lowered her A1C from an 11.8 to an 8.3, but also found autonomy over her own body. Now she's here, on the other side of learning to work with her diabetes, with a newfound confidence and peace of mind that we should all strive for.  In this conversation, which covers such a range of topics, Tess shares...The importance of finding community and building a support system when living with T1D and PCOSThe tools that she used to overcome the negative cycles she was stuck in with her diabetes management Her newfound perspective on having type one diabetes and why she believes it's a giftand... so much more!If you can relate to Tess's story and feel inspired to transform your own relationship with diabetes, we have a few spots open in our January 2023 Decide + Conquer Bootcamp. Learn more and apply HERE by Sunday, January 8th. Hit the subscribe button and rate and review to help this podcast rise! Follow me @lauren_bongiorno and @riselyhealth on Instagram to stay in the loop for when new episodes drop.Send me a DM to introduce yourself with any feedback, questions, or suggestions on topics you'd like us to cover in future episodes.RESOURCES FOR YOU: Get more T1D tips HERE. Access our Cornerstone Classes HERE.Grab your own Diabetic Health Journal HERE.Disclaimer: Nothing you hear on the Reclaim your Rise podcast should be a substitute for personalized professional medical advice. Please always consult your physician or other medical professional before making any changes to your diet, insulin dosages, or healthcare plan. 

The Huddle: Conversations with the Diabetes Care Team
Overcoming Insurance Coverage Pain Points with Julia Flaherty from Beyond Type 1

The Huddle: Conversations with the Diabetes Care Team

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 29, 2022 17:24


Beyond Type 1 is a global leader in the diabetes community with trustworthy resources on all aspects of diabetes, including healthcare. Julia Flaherty is a content manager at Beyond Type 1 with 20 years of experience living with type 1 diabetes. She's faced her share of frustrations navigating healthcare and is here to share valuable information and resources that help address the pain points people with diabetes experience when it comes to healthcare coverage.Resources:Beyond Type 1: beyondtype1.orgBeyond Type 2: beyondtype2.org(Blog) Health Insurance 101: Selecting The Right Plan For Managing Type 2 DiabetesSuite of T1D  insurance resources: https://beyondtype1.org/insurance-type-1-diabetesSuite of T2D insurance resources: https://beyondtype2.org/insurance-type-2-diabetesHealthcare glossary: https://beyondtype1.org/healthcare-glossaryInsulin affordability resources: www.Getinsulin.orgBeyond Type 1 Mental health resources: https://beyondtype1.org/mental-healthBeyond Type 2 mental health resources: https://beyondtype2.org/mental-healthHaving Healthcare Cost Conversations to Improve Patient Outcomes: A Practical Guide: https://www.diabeteseducator.org/news/perspectives/adces-blog-details/adces-perspectives-on-diabetes-care/2022/02/07/cost-conversations-to-improve-outcomes

The Diabetes Psychologist
#121: Ask Dr. Mark

The Diabetes Psychologist

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 29, 2022 17:50


I love getting questions from my listener's and recently, you've sent in some good ones! This episode of The Diabetes Psychologist Podcast is dedicated to answering your questions. In this episode of my podcast, I answer questions about: ✔️ How to cope with new information about managing T1D more effectively ✔️ How to manage T1D with an unpredictable schedule ✔️ How to create healthy diabetes habits that stick Diabetes Sucks and You Can Handle It can now be purchased on Amazon or on my website, www.thediabetespsychologist.com/book. Follow The Diabetes Psychologist on Instagram @thediabetespsychologist and join The Diabetes Psychologist Community on Facebook.

Keeping It 100 Radio: Uncensored Diabetes Conversations
EP 78: Empowered Voices with Val: Savannah's T1D Journey - Newly Diagnosed, Empowered & Unstoppable

Keeping It 100 Radio: Uncensored Diabetes Conversations

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 28, 2022 39:57


In this episode, Savannah joins us to share her journey with T1D as a newly diagnosed adult and her experience inside of our signature program, Keeping It 100! Savannah shares her diagnosis story, what it felt like to fall through the cracks of the healthcare system and how she went from restricted and confused in her day to day management to empowered & unstoppable! Resources for this episode: Join us inside the Keeping it 100 Diabetes Coaching Experience: https://calendly.com/needlesandspoons/keeping-it-100-val?month=2022-12 Grab the Keeping it 100 Diabetes Journal: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B0BB5ZL6R8?ref_=pe_3052080_397514860 Check out our blog: https://bit.ly/3AkABcm Follow us on Instagram: https://bit.ly/3hMqhU9 Check out our free resource hub: https://bit.ly/3tF2tnC Try Skin Grip and use the code "LISSIE" at skingrip.com Check out our favorite products: https://www.amazon.com/shop/needlesandspoons_?ref=ac_inf_tb_vh *Disclaimer: Nothing inside of Keeping it 100 Radio or our resources is intended as medical advice. Always consult a physician before making changes to your insulin doses, diet or general wellness.

Pardon My Pancreas
Building Mental Toughness With Type 1 Diabetes: My Interview with Dr. Polonsky

Pardon My Pancreas

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 27, 2022 60:25


While Matt had a chance to interview Dr. Polonsky, co-founder of the Behavioral Diabetes Institute, he uncovered some psychological answers in his OWN diabetes management! Listen in now.Grab your 90% Time In Range GUARANTEE here:https://fixmybloodsugars.com---------Welcome to the Pardon My Pancreas podcast!! This show is all about REAL life with type 1 diabetes, understanding fluctuations, and how to stabilize your blood sugar for good. Your host is Matt Vande Vegte is a certified personal trainer, nutritionist, and type 1 diabetic whose biggest goal in life is to help people with diabetes around the world live their lives fearlessly. Looking for an online health coaching program to help you live your best life? Go to https://www.ftfwarrior.com to learn more about his program for diabetics only that is focused on helping you reach your goals while living a happier and healthier life. Join the Tribe today!This podcast is sponsored by FTF Warrior - An online health and fitness coaching company for type 1 diabetics dedicated to helping them master their blood sugars through any activity, exercise, or meal!https://www.ftfwarrior.comFollow Matt here:Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/ftfwarrior/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ftfwarrior/Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/c/ftfwarrior------------------------------------------------------Disclaimer: While we share our experiences with diabetes, nothing we discuss should be taken as medical advice. Please consult your doctor or medical professional for your health and diabetes management.

Reclaim Your Rise: Type 1 Diabetes with Lauren Bongiorno
My 5-Part Process for Setting Yourself Up for Success in 2023

Reclaim Your Rise: Type 1 Diabetes with Lauren Bongiorno

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 27, 2022 28:57


Hello everyone and welcome back to the show! After a three-week break, we are back and just in time to reflect on 2022 and set our intentions for 2023.  Change doesn't always have to be hard. The five-part process that I share with you in this episode will allow you to set intentions around what you can control, and also leave room for the things that you can't necessarily control. I've practiced this process for end-of-the-year reflections and intention-setting since 2016 and know that it's going to help set you up for success in all the new years to come!  If you're someone who is currently feeling exhausted and terribly frustrated by your diabetes or with other areas of your life, and have the desire to create a change, this is a great episode to listen to.  Hit the subscribe button and rate and review to help this podcast rise! Follow me @lauren_bongiorno and @riselyhealth on Instagram to stay in the loop for when new episodes drop. Send me a DM to introduce yourself with any feedback, questions, or suggestions on topics you'd like us to cover in future episodes. RESOURCES FOR YOU:Apply for the January DCB coaching program HERE.Get more T1D tips with this free download HERE.Join the Risely T1D community in our free Facebook group HERE. Thank you to the Reclaim Your Rise podcast sponsor, the Diabetes Research Institute Foundation. Stay up to date on all the DRIF news by becoming a DRI Insider here. New DRIF Newsletter subscribers will receive an exclusive FREE resource from Risely Health!  Disclaimer: Nothing you hear on the Reclaim your Rise podcast should be a substitute for personalized professional medical advice. Please always consult your physician or other medical professional before making any changes to your diet, insulin dosages, or healthcare plan. 

The 2TYPEONES Podcast
#117: Gut Health w/T1D Dietitian - Kelly Schmidt

The 2TYPEONES Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 23, 2022 43:05


In today's episode, I got to sit down with T1D and dietitian Kelly Schmidt to talk about gut health. Nutrition is a misunderstood topic with layers upon layers of information and unknowns. We are constantly bombarded with foods that are said to be healthy, but when you dive into those foods, most are terrible for us. Today, we dive into how the gut responds when you eat these foods. Show Notes: Kelly's Website Kelly's Social Handle - @diabetesdietitianEnroll in Kelly's Sunday NewsletterSafe Sources of Practitioner-Grade Supplements Kelly's Functional LabsKelly's 2-Week Real Food CleanseDetails on the MRT 170 LabDo You Enjoy Wine - Check out Kelly's Favorite (Dry Farm Wine)What are the three most important supplements to start with?Kelly Schmidt - Vitamin D, Fish-Oil, and if you know you have sensitivities to foods the third would be L-Glutamine.*Reach out to Kelly and mention the podcast for a 10% discount on products.  Check Out Our Previous Episodes With Dietitian Kelly Schmidt:Episode #9Episode #35Episode #40Episode #44Episode #72Visit My Diabetes Coaching WebsiteSimplifyingDiabetes.comSend me an email or DM me on Instagram and I'll answer any question you have about Diabetes.Don't forget to click on that subscribe button and leave a 5-star review on any platform you listen to the podcast, so you're notified when new episode drop. Questions about diabetes, don't hesitate to reach out @:Instagram: @thehealthydiabeticpodTwitter: @thehealthydpodTik Tok: @thehealthydiabeticpodFacebook: @Simplifying Life With DiabetesEmail: ken@simplifyingdiabetes.comPodcast Disclaimer: Nothing that you hear on The Healthy Diabetic Podcast should be considered medical advice or otherwise; please always consult your medical TEAM before making any changes to your diabetes management.

The Diabetes Psychologist
#120: How to Set Boundaries with Others Around T1D

The Diabetes Psychologist

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 22, 2022 24:32


The holidays are here and you and I both know that T1D can make your relationships with others challenging during this time of year.To help you have a joyful holiday season with T1D along for the ride, we are going to the archives and bringing back one of the most popular episodes. This is the second episode in a 2-part series about boundaries and T1D. I know you've been there. I know you've had that friend or family member - even a doctor - who tries to be helpful but crosses the line with you and your diabetes. Maybe your friend asks you if you should be eating that dessert. Or your mom texts you as soon as she gets a CGM alert on her phone. Your doctor may even yell at you for not doing a good job managing your diabetes. None of these things are ok! On this episode of The Diabetes Psychologist Podcast, I talk about how you can set healthy boundaries with the people in your life, including your health care team. You are in charge of how you live your life with T1D, and healthy boundaries can help you get the support you need from other people. I'll give you some sure-fire ways to tell if someone has crossed your boundaries with T1D and strategies you can use to set and stick to these healthy boundaries. Diabetes Sucks and You Can Handle It can now be purchased on Amazon or on my website, www.thediabetespsychologist.com/book. Follow The Diabetes Psychologist on Instagram @thediabetespsychologist and join The Diabetes Psychologist Community on Facebook.

Taking Control Of Your Diabetes - The Podcast!
#18 - Successful Behavior Changes with Preventative Medicine Doctor David Sobel

Taking Control Of Your Diabetes - The Podcast!

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 21, 2022 31:44


TAKING CONTROL OF YOUR DIABETES® – THE PODCAST! ...With Expert Endocrinologists Living with T1D, Drs. Steven V. Edelman & Jeremy PettusSuccessful Behavior Changes – Featuring Preventative Medicine Doctor David SobelQuestions We'll Cover in This Episode:•  What is the Chronic Disease Self Management Program?•  What are the core skills people need to manage a chronic condition?•  What is a key component of behavior change when it comes to how we learn the information?•  What are the most important takeaways you've learned from your research in behavior change?•  How can my provider practice better empathy and individualize my care?•  How can I form a better relationship with my provider?•  How can I motivate myself to change my behavior?•  How can I create an effective behavior change plan?**Tune in for 2 new episodes each month! Like what you hear and want to help us grow? Please rate and review this podcast so we can reach more people living with diabetes!** ★ Support this podcast ★

Pardon My Pancreas
My T1D "Lightbulb" Moment That FIXED My Blood Sugars!

Pardon My Pancreas

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 20, 2022 13:49


There are way too many reasons for blood sugars to go up and down, but this ONE thing will help you to identify what will take you to 90% or greater!Grab your 90% Time In Range GUARANTEE here:https://fixmybloodsugars.com---------Welcome to the Pardon My Pancreas podcast!! This show is all about REAL life with type 1 diabetes, understanding fluctuations, and how to stabilize your blood sugar for good. Your host is Matt Vande Vegte is a certified personal trainer, nutritionist, and type 1 diabetic whose biggest goal in life is to help people with diabetes around the world live their lives fearlessly. Looking for an online health coaching program to help you live your best life? Go to https://www.ftfwarrior.com to learn more about his program for diabetics only that is focused on helping you reach your goals while living a happier and healthier life. Join the Tribe today!This podcast is sponsored by FTF Warrior - An online health and fitness coaching company for type 1 diabetics dedicated to helping them master their blood sugars through any activity, exercise, or meal!https://www.ftfwarrior.comFollow Matt here:Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/ftfwarrior/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ftfwarrior/Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/c/ftfwarrior------------------------------------------------------Disclaimer: While we share our experiences with diabetes, nothing we discuss should be taken as medical advice. Please consult your doctor or medical professional for your health and diabetes management.

This is Type 1: Real-Life Type 1 Diabetes
Ep. 175: Mindset Tools 101 for T1Ds

This is Type 1: Real-Life Type 1 Diabetes

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 20, 2022 26:09


Do you know how to handle the ups and downs of the T1D rollercoaster?  Listen for a deep dive on our top 5 mindset tools for people with type 1 diabetes: Curiosity / Questioning Awareness Experimentation & Trying New Things Reflection / Introspection Allowing Support the showWhat to do next... Leave a review on Apple Podcasts Join the Half-Dead Pancreas Club Follow the Pod on Instagram Follow Colleen on Instagram Follow Jessie on Instagram Follow us on TikTok

Marketing Your Practice
Ep290. How To Create Conversation That Connect. Katie Godden

Marketing Your Practice

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 18, 2022 52:54


Have you ever stopped to think about the language you use with patients?  The words we use have the potential to improve the results of our patients or, alternatively, keep them locked in a paradigm of sickness and victimhood. Put simply, the words you use can improve the patients' results. Wild right! My guest on the show today is Katie Godden.  Katie is one of Australia's leading language and communication experts. Her passion is working with health care practitioners to help them build relationships with their patients where both sides have their messages heard, recited and connected for better health outcomes. You'll love this highly practical and fascinating episode. Thanks for all you do.  Keep saving lives Angus Links: Website: www.katiegodden.com Social Media: INSTA: https://www.instagram.com/katie.godden/ FB: https://www.facebook.com/katie.law.5059 Bio: Katie Godden, known to many as Australia's Leading Female Language & Communication Expert. Regularly brought in to speak on stages, facilitate or hold training with international reach. Katie's teachings run deep across many industries; from the Health Sector to the general public. Inclusive of high level communication & language patterns with industries supporting patients and support teams to amplify the way they interact with themselves and others. As a patient with 36 years of experience of T1D, 13 years of research and implementation in the Holistic Health Science and 17+ years in education and training. Because of this personal experience, Katie is committed to training with passion & purpose to transform the relationships between patient and practitioner. Communication is complex and well worth the time investing for better outcomes.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Ask the Experts: It's Personal
Ask the Experts: Removing Barriers and Overcoming Obstacles

Ask the Experts: It's Personal

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 16, 2022 59:42


Audience called in and asked questions of our experts on whether kids should receive eye exams as often as adults, how they differ, and MORE! Register for our next LIVE Q&A event at diabetes.org/experts or by calling 1-800-DIABETES.

Diabetes Connections with Stacey Simms Type 1 Diabetes
In the News.. Tandem buys a patch pump, Insulin pump equity, Lilly loses a partner, and more!

Diabetes Connections with Stacey Simms Type 1 Diabetes

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 16, 2022 7:58


It's In the News, a look at the top stories from the diabetes community from the last seven days. This week: Tandem buys the maker of Sigi Pump, a reusable, rechargable patch pump, Lilly uncouples from Ypsomed, big study finds widespread adoption of insulin pumps among people with type 1, but not among people of color, a big look at vegetables studies and why potatoes are basically messing things up.. and a lot more! Check out Stacey's book: The World's Worst Diabetes Mom! Join the Diabetes Connections Facebook Group! Sign up for our newsletter here Episode Transcription Below (or coming soon!) Please visit our Sponsors & Partners - they help make the show possible! *Click here to learn more about OMNIPOD* *Click here to learn more about AFREZZA* *Click here to learn more about DEXCOM* Hello and welcome to Diabetes Connections In the News! I'm Stacey Simms and these are the top diabetes stories and headlines of the past seven days. XX In the news is brought to you by T1D Exchange! T1D Exchange is a nonprofit organization dedicated to improving outcomes for the entire T1D population. https://t1dexchange.org/stacey/ XX Big new study about insulin pumps shows white patients are twice as likely to get one as Black patients, and better-educated, wealthier people are also more likely to be using one. Over 20 years, starting in 2001, these researchers saw a large increase in insulin pump use across all patients, but no change in distribution by race or socioeconomic status The study was recently published in the journal Diabetes Technology & Therapeutics. Recent data found that Black people had higher rates of severe diabetes-related complications compared with white folks. There is also a concern that these gaps will widen with the new automated insulin-delivery systems, worsening health inequality for subsets of youth with type 1 diabetes. https://www.usnews.com/news/health-news/articles/2022-12-13/insulin-pumps-ease-diabetes-care-so-why-are-black-patients-less-likely-to-get-one XX Tandem Diabetes snaps up a patch pump.. buying the Swiss company that makes Sigi. The Sigi Patch Pump is not yet available, it has FDA breakthrough designation. This is a rechargeable pump, you get two you can switch out, and the infusion set is disposable. It's set up to work with an AID system. We did an episode with SIGI earlier this year.. no word on what this might mean for Tandem's Mobi pump.. which is a tubed pump that's very small and was meant to compete with Omnipod.. before this news. https://www.businesswire.com/news/home/20221213005314/en/Tandem-Diabetes-Care-to-Acquire-Insulin-Patch-Pump-Developer-AMF-Medical XX Eli Lilly has pulled out of a partnership with Ypsomed that would have given it a branded insulin pump to sell in the U.S. Lilly struck a deal two years ago to commercialize YpsoPump under its own brand in the U.S. The partners have since worked to customize the pump, which has been sold in Europe since 2016, for the U.S. market. Ypsomed plans to push ahead with the U.S. expansion without Lilly, outlining plans to file with the Food and Drug Administration in the second half of next year and commercialize the pump with a new partner. This is the second pump partner Lilly has dropped. They had a prototype with a company called DEKA but quietly disbanded that partnership a few years ago. https://www.medtechdive.com/news/lilly-LLY-ypsomed-insulin-pump-split/638492/ XX New more aggressive targets for blood pressure and lipids are among the changes to the annual American Diabetes Association (ADA) Standards of Care in Diabetes. The document, long considered the gold standard for care of the more than 100 million Americans living with diabetes and prediabetes, was published December 12 "In this year's version of the ADA Standards of Care — the longstanding guidelines for diabetes management globally — you'll see information that really speaks to how we can more aggressively treat diabetes and reduce complications in a variety of different ways," ADA Chief Scientific and Medical Officer Robert A. Gabbay, MD, PhD, told Medscape Medical News. Other changes for 2023 include a new emphasis on weight loss as a goal of therapy for type 2 diabetes; guidance for screening and assessing peripheral arterial disease in an effort to prevent amputations; use of finerenone in people with diabetes and chronic kidney disease; use of approved point-of-care A1c tests; and guidance on screening for food insecurity, along with an elevated role for community health workers. https://www.medscape.com/viewarticle/985482 XX I love this story.. A new report says eating a diet rich in vegetables may not reduce the risk of type 2 diabetes. Why? Because usually, potatoes are included a as veggie in these studies, including fried potatoes, potato chips, and mashed potatoes increase the risk. In the study, participants who consumed the most vegetables — minus potatoes — had a 21% reduced risk of diabetes than those without substantial amounts of vegetables in their diet. The vegetable most closely associated with a reduction in diabetes risk were green leafy vegetables and cruciferous vegetables. The new study assessed the effects of both vegetables and potatoes separately. They concluded that potatoes' neutral — or even negative effect — on diabetes had masked the true benefit of vegetable consumption. https://www.medicalnewstoday.com/articles/potatoes-and-diabetes-risk-cooking-method-matters XX Back to the news in a moment but first.. The T1D Exchange Registry is a research study conducted online over time, designed to foster innovation and improve the lives of people with T1D. The platform is open to both adults and children with T1D living in the U.S. Personal information remains confidential and participation is fully voluntary. Once enrolled, participants will complete annual surveys and have the opportunity to sign up for other studies on specific topics related to T1D. The registry aims to improve knowledge of T1D, accelerate the discovery and development of new treatments and technologies, and generate evidence to support policy or insurance changes that help the T1D community. By sharing opinions, experiences and data, patients can help advance meaningful T1D treatment, care and policy. The registry is now available on the T1D Exchange website and is simple to navigate, mobile and user-friendly. For more information or to register, go to www.t1dregistry.org/stacey XX The U.S. Food and Drug Administration has approved the first pill to improve control of diabetes in some cats. The drug called Bexacat (bexagliflozin tablets), is not insulin and is not meant for cats who have the type of diabetes that requires treatment with insulin. Rather, it is what is called a sodium-glucose cotransporter 2 (SGLT2) inhibitor. As part of the approval, the FDA requires that Bexacat labels include a boxed warning about the importance of patient selection. Only certain cats should take the drug, determined through careful screening. Bexacat also shouldn't be used in cats who are being treated with insulin or in those who have previously been treated with insulin. Typically cats with diabetes are treated with diet and insulin therapy, including twice-daily injections given 12 hours apart. https://www.usnews.com/news/health-news/articles/2022-12-09/cats-now-have-an-fda-approved-pill-to-treat-their-diabetes XX XX On the podcast next week.. yale lacrosse player Bri Carrasquillo was diagnosed just after her freshman year. Now she's part of Dexcom U – a new program for college athletes with type 1. Last week's show was G7 with Dexcom's Jake Leach Listen wherever you get your podcasts That's In the News for this week.. if you like it, please share it! Thanks for joining me! See you back here soon.

The Diabetes Psychologist
#119: How to Set Boundaries with T1D

The Diabetes Psychologist

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 15, 2022 23:05


The holidays are here and you and I both know that T1D can get in the way of your fun this time of year. To help you have a joyful holiday season with T1D along for the ride, we are going to the archives and bringing back a couple of the most popular episodes. This is the first episode in a 2-part series about boundaries and T1D. On this episode of The Diabetes Psychologist podcast, we talk about your boundaries with T1D and with yourself. Do you let T1D take up too much energy, or do you not focus on it enough? What boundaries do you set for yourself around things like what and how much you eat? You don't want your boundaries with T1D and yourself to be too loose, but you also don't want them to be too rigid. We will talk about how you can use boundaries to find the balance between good T1D management and your quality of life. Next week in the second part of this series, we'll look at your boundaries with other people and your healthcare team around T1D. Diabetes Sucks and You Can Handle It can now be purchased on Amazon or on my website, www.thediabetespsychologist.com/book. Follow The Diabetes Psychologist on Instagram @thediabetespsychologist and join The Diabetes Psychologist Community on Facebook.

Keeping It 100 Radio: Uncensored Diabetes Conversations
EP 75: Empowered Voices with Val: Fostering Connections & Community in the Outdoors

Keeping It 100 Radio: Uncensored Diabetes Conversations

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 14, 2022 58:55


"Breathing fresh air into diabetes education," how good does this sound? This is exactly what the Canadian charity and diabetes education group, Connected in Motion, is doing. They are people with Type 1 diabetes who share a vision to create a culture of support & engagement in diabetes self-management through peer-based experiential diabetes education, sport, and outdoor adventure. In this episode, Julie De Vos from Connected in Motion, tells us about her diabetes journey and how her passion for travel and the outdoors have come together to play a role in how she serves and supports the T1D community today. Julie shares all about the magic of spending a weekend outdoors with a group of supportive T1Ds, upcoming trip opportunities and how to get connected with the Connected in Motion community where ever you are in the world! Resources for this episode: Hang out with Julie on IG https://www.instagram.com/jadevos/ Check out Connected in Motion's website: https://www.connectedinmotion.ca/ and on IG: https://www.instagram.com/connectedinmotion/ Join us inside the Keeping it 100 Diabetes Coaching Experience: https://calendly.com/needlesandspoons/keeping-it-100-val?month=2022-12 Grab the Keeping it 100 Diabetes Journal: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B0BB5ZL6R8?ref_=pe_3052080_397514860 Check out our blog: https://bit.ly/3AkABcm Follow us on Instagram: https://bit.ly/3hMqhU9 Check out our free resource hub: https://bit.ly/3tF2tnC Try Skin Grip and use the code "LISSIE" at skingrip.com Check out our favorite products: https://www.amazon.com/shop/needlesandspoons_?ref=ac_inf_tb_vh *Disclaimer: Nothing inside of Keeping it 100 Radio or our resources is intended as medical advice. Always consult a physician before making changes to your insulin doses, diet or general wellness.

Pardon My Pancreas
How The Grinch Stole My "Good" Blood Sugars

Pardon My Pancreas

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 13, 2022 17:38


Blood sugars don't have to be sacrificed just to enjoy the Christmas season. Listen in today to learn about what you need to do to keep blood sugars happy.  Grab your T1D magazine here:https://renegadenewsletter.com---------Welcome to the Pardon My Pancreas podcast!! This show is all about REAL life with type 1 diabetes, understanding fluctuations, and how to stabilize your blood sugar for good. Your host is Matt Vande Vegte is a certified personal trainer, nutritionist, and type 1 diabetic whose biggest goal in life is to help people with diabetes around the world live their lives fearlessly. Looking for an online health coaching program to help you live your best life? Go to https://www.ftfwarrior.com to learn more about his program for diabetics only that is focused on helping you reach your goals while living a happier and healthier life. Join the Tribe today!This podcast is sponsored by FTF Warrior - An online health and fitness coaching company for type 1 diabetics dedicated to helping them master their blood sugars through any activity, exercise, or meal!https://www.ftfwarrior.comFollow Matt here:Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/ftfwarrior/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ftfwarrior/Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/c/ftfwarrior------------------------------------------------------Disclaimer: While we share our experiences with diabetes, nothing we discuss should be taken as medical advice. Please consult your doctor or medical professional for your health and diabetes management.

This is Type 1: Real-Life Type 1 Diabetes
Ep. 174: Minimum Baselines with T1D

This is Type 1: Real-Life Type 1 Diabetes

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 13, 2022 12:31


What are your minimum baselines for your type 1 diabetes care? What are minimum baselines at all? If you had to just squeak by on the bare minimum, would you know what to do? Listen in for more on minimum baselines for T1D.Read the show notes and find all the links discussed in the episodeSupport the showWhat to do next... Leave a review on Apple Podcasts Join the Half-Dead Pancreas Club Follow the Pod on Instagram Follow Colleen on Instagram Follow Jessie on Instagram Follow us on TikTok

Keeping It 100 Radio: Uncensored Diabetes Conversations
EP 74: Keeping it 100 Over the Holidays: Managing Blood Sugars without Restriction this Holiday Season

Keeping It 100 Radio: Uncensored Diabetes Conversations

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 11, 2022 17:18


Diabetes and the holidays don't always feel like they mix well. Not only are our food choices different, but our schedule, environment and activity change. So how do we navigate that with a condition like diabetes that "thrives off of routine"? Inside today's episode, Lissie Poyner and Jessica Hrdlicka RD, CDCES sit down and give you their holiday hacks for less stress and better blood sugars during this holiday season. Whether you're a parent helping out their T1D child or someone living with diabetes who wants to stay present, this episode is for you. SHOW NOTES ⏰ (1:20): Intro ⏰ (2:20): Holiday Variability ⏰ (3:15): Common things people are dealing with over the holiday season while navigating their blood sugars ⏰ (5:02): Most important mindset piece ⏰ (6:50): Happy Bob ⏰ (8:01): #1 Holiday Hack: PFF method ⏰ (9:40): Holiday specific PFF meals ⏰ (10:50): Be present ⏰ (12:30): Hydration is key ⏰ (13:10): MyFitnessPal recipes for carb counts ⏰ (15:35): Remember: it doesn't have to be perfect Resources for this episode: My favorite carb counting hack TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@needlesandspoons/video/7169988585838431534?is_from_webapp=v1&item_id=7169988585838431534 Join us inside the Keeping it 100 Diabetes Coaching Experience: https://bit.ly/3E5TX5W Grab the Keeping it 100 Diabetes Journal: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B0BB5ZL6R8?ref_=pe_3052080_397514860 Check out our blog: https://bit.ly/3AkABcm Follow us on Instagram: https://bit.ly/3hMqhU9 Check out our free resource hub: https://bit.ly/3tF2tnC Try Skin Grip and use the code "LISSIE" at skingrip.com Check out our favorite products: https://www.amazon.com/shop/needlesandspoons_?ref=ac_inf_tb_vh *Disclaimer: Nothing inside of Keeping it 100 Radio or our resources is intended as medical advice. Always consult a physician before making changes to your insulin doses, diet or general wellness.

Taking Control Of Your Diabetes - The Podcast!
#17 - For Parents of Kids with Diabetes with Pediatric Endocrinologist and CMO of ViaCyte Dr. Manasi Jaiman

Taking Control Of Your Diabetes - The Podcast!

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 11, 2022 33:14


TAKING CONTROL OF YOUR DIABETES® – THE PODCAST! ...With Expert Endocrinologists Living with T1D, Drs. Steven V. Edelman & Jeremy PettusFor Parents of Kids with Diabetes – Pediatric Endocrinologist and CMO of ViaCyte Dr. Manasi JaimanQuestions We'll Cover in This Episode:•  What was your path to ending up as a pediatric endocrinologist?•  What was your path to ending up in diabetes research?•  What is your advice to parents of a newly diagnosed child?•  What devices and therapies do you recommend to parents of a newly diagnosed child?•  What has been the evolution of the development of the artificial pancreas?•  What's going on in the world of regenerative medicine as it relates to a cure for diabetes? •  What can we look forward to in the next 10-20 years of diabetes research?Dr. Jammin's Lecture for Parents of A Newly Diagnosed Child: https://youtu.be/a5eQ9RpKETA **Tune in for 2 new episodes each month! Like what you hear and want to help us grow? Please rate and review this podcast so we can reach more people living with diabetes!** ★ Support this podcast ★

The 2TYPEONES Podcast
#115: Tech Genius & T1D - Justin Eastzer

The 2TYPEONES Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 9, 2022 51:15


In today's episode, I sit down with Justin Eastzer, better known as "Justin Tech," on social. Justin has been a T1D for about a year and a half. Interestingly enough, Justin wasn't first diagnosed with T1D. That's right; he was miss diagnosed with T2D. Justin is a particular person who has devoted the last year and a half to sharing his journey with diabetes with our community. Show Notes: Justin's Instagram:Justin's TikTok: Justin's Youtube:Check Out LoopDocs.org to learn more about looping!Also, check out this VIDEO where Justin teaches you how to HACK your insulin pumpVisit My Diabetes Coaching WebsiteSimplifyingDiabetes.comSend me an email or DM me on Instagram and I'll answer any question you have about Diabetes.Don't forget to click on that subscribe button and leave a 5-star review on any platform you listen to the podcast, so you're notified when new episode drop. Questions about diabetes, don't hesitate to reach out @:Instagram: @thehealthydiabeticpodTwitter: @thehealthydpodTik Tok: @thehealthydiabeticpodFacebook: @Simplifying Life With DiabetesEmail: ken@simplifyingdiabetes.comPodcast Disclaimer: Nothing that you hear on The Healthy Diabetic Podcast shouldn't be considered medical advice or otherwise; please always consult your medical TEAM before making any changes to your diabetes management.

Diabetes Connections with Stacey Simms Type 1 Diabetes
In the News.. Dexcom G7 approved, Mark Cuban pharmacy looks at insulin pricing, T1D teens & blood pressure, and more!

Diabetes Connections with Stacey Simms Type 1 Diabetes

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 9, 2022 9:33


It's In the News.. a look at the top news stories in the diabetes community over the past seven days. This week, The US FDA gives the green light to Dexcom's G7 CGM, Mark Cuban's Cost Plus Pharmacy puts out a survey all about insulin, new studies looking at teens with type 1 and blood pressure as well as CGM and hospitalizations at the VA and much more! Previous episodes on Dexcom's G7: https://diabetes-connections.com/?s=g7 Check out Stacey's book: The World's Worst Diabetes Mom! Join the Diabetes Connections Facebook Group! Sign up for our newsletter here Episode Transcription Below (or coming soon!) Please visit our Sponsors & Partners - they help make the show possible! *Click here to learn more about OMNIPOD* *Click here to learn more about AFREZZA* *Click here to learn more about DEXCOM* Hello and welcome to Diabetes Connections In the News! I'm Stacey Simms and these are the top diabetes stories and headlines of the past seven days. XX In the news is brought to you by T1D Exchange! T1D Exchange is a nonprofit organization dedicated to improving outcomes for the entire T1D population. https://t1dexchange.org/stacey/ XX Our top story is big news.. Dexcom's G7 gets FDA approval. This device with a shorter, half hour warm up time, with the sensor and transmitter all in one piece was approved for people age 2 and up with all types of diabetes. It was approved as an iCGM as expected, which is good news for the automated systems the G6 currently works with.. much more to come of course, we've done a lot of episodes on the features and design of the G7 so I'd urge you to listen to those if you haven't yet and of course we'll follow up with a new episode with Dexcom as soon as they'll talk to me! XX In other news.. Illinois Attorney General files a fraud lawsuit, accusing Eli Lilly, CVS Pharmacy, Novo Nordisk and several other pharmaceutical companies of artificially inflating the cost of insulin by over 1,000% since the late 1990s. The complaint singles out Eli Lilly in particular, noting the price for a dose of its analog insulin Humalog rose by 1,527% between 1997 and 2018. "Remarkably, nothing about these medications has changed," the complaint states. "Today's $350 insulin is the exact same drug defendants originally sold for $20." The suit also notes that 13% of Illinoisans, about 1.3 million people, live with diabetes, making the pharma companies' alleged monopoly scheme a public health threat. There are several other state and class action suits against the insulin makers going through the courts right now. So far none have landed more than a glancing blow. https://www.courthousenews.com/illinois-attorney-general-sues-over-sky-high-insulin-prices/ XX A new contender, though, might be entering the arena. Mark Cuban's Cost Plus Pharmacy put out a tweet this week asking for feedback on adding insulin to their lower-cost inventory. Quote - Insulin users: we are evaluating a future insulin test program and would like your feedback. If we offered a 90-day supply of a fast-acting insulin (up to 12 vials/8 packs of pens) for $170 incl. shipping, what would you think?” There's a feedback form and I'll link that up in the show notes. https://forms.office.com/Pages/ResponsePage.aspx?id=nlWlyavTPES7xglhq5HvDwx1m5bO2mRDq1ekDvUshMtUNUZBM0dDUTA3RVpUOEY1WVNWVDE4U0JTMiQlQCN0PWcu XX People with diabetes who used glucose lowering drugs prior to getting COVID-19 seem to have fewer COVID-19 related adverse outcomes during hospitalization. The mediations have already been shown, albeit in conflicting findings, to have possible benefits regarding morbidity and mortality among patients with diabetes who become infected with COVID-19. These meds include orals like Metformin as well as injectables like sglt2 inhibitors like Jardiance and Invokana GLP-1 agonists like Ozempic and Trulicity. https://www.ajmc.com/view/glucose-lowering-drugs-may-reduce-risk-of-covid-19-related-adverse-events-in-patients-with-diabetes XX New research about opioids and diabetes. This study says people People with diabetes who underwent surgery had a significantly increased rate of prolonged opioid use (POU) compared to people without diabetes who underwent surgery. 56% higher for people with type 2 and more than 200% higher for those with type 1. This was a big, retrospective, observational study of more than 43,000 people who had operations at a single diverse healthcare system in 2008-2019. The researchers say this shows that in a real-world setting healthcare providers are generally not accounting for individual risk factors when prescribing postoperative opioids. https://www.medscape.com/viewarticle/985068 XX Teens with Type 1 diabetes (T1D) who took bromocriptine, a medication used to treat Parkinson's disease and Type 2 diabetes, had lower blood pressure and less stiff arteries after one month of treatment compared to those who did not take the medicine, according to a small study published in Hypertension, an American Heart Association journal. People with type 1 are at higher risk of high blood pressure and those diagnosed with T1D as children have even higher risks for heart disease. Therefore, researchers are interested in ways to slow down the onset of vascular disease in children with T1D. The study's small size is a limitation. However, the researchers note that further research into bromocriptine's impact on vascular health in a greater number of people with Type 1 diabetes is warranted; they are planning larger trials. https://medicalxpress.com/news/2022-12-parkinson-medication-blood-pressure-teens.html XX CVS is facing a fraud charge with a lawsuit accusing them of deceptive fundraising in a campaign it held for the American Diabetes Association. Prior to each customer's transaction, a checkout screen prompts the customer with several options for pre-selected dollar amounts, as well as an opt-out option, allowing donations to the diabetes association. Yet, the plaintiff alleges, CVS did not forward donations to the diabetes association, but instead applied the donations toward a legally binding $10 million obligation CVS made to the diabetes association. In November, Edward L. Powers, a lawyer for CVS, filed a motion to dismiss the case, challenging the plaintiff and his lawyer on their interpretation of the alleged $10 million “debt.” CVS says they agreed to fundraise from customers and turn over the donations to the diabetes association. After more than three years of fundraising, CVS would make up the difference between the cumulative customer donations and $10 million, according to the motion. The group bringing the suit disagrees and says everyone who made a campaign donations” are entitled to damages. https://www.bostonglobe.com/2022/12/05/metro/tweet-draws-attention-lawsuit-accusing-cvs-fundraising-fraud-checkout-cvs-has-filed-motion-dismiss-suit/ XX Wearing a CGM can keep you out of the hospital.. according to a new study focusing on Veterans Affairs clinics in the US. Wearing a CGM was associated with a lower risk for all-cause hospitalization and mortality in adults with type 1 and type 2 diabetes. This was even though the people with type 2 who received CGM were actually unhealthier [than non-CGM users] according to the researchers, who called the mortality reductions, dramatic. During a presentation at the World Congress on Insulin Resistance, this researcher said: “All of this data suggests that we may need to look at these types of outcomes in a much more serious fashion, because there may be some additional benefits that we didn't appreciate. If true, then maybe CGM use may become more like the SGLT2 inhibitors, and we'll start using them in a much more comprehensive way.” https://www.healio.com/news/endocrinology/20221202/cgm-use-lowers-hospitalizations-may-reduce-mortality-in-type-1-and-type-2-diabetes XX Back to the news in a moment but first.. The T1D Exchange Registry is a research study conducted online over time, designed to foster innovation and improve the lives of people with T1D. The platform is open to both adults and children with T1D living in the U.S. Personal information remains confidential and participation is fully voluntary. Once enrolled, participants will complete annual surveys and have the opportunity to sign up for other studies on specific topics related to T1D. The registry aims to improve knowledge of T1D, accelerate the discovery and development of new treatments and technologies, and generate evidence to support policy or insurance changes that help the T1D community. By sharing opinions, experiences and data, patients can help advance meaningful T1D treatment, care and policy. The registry is now available on the T1D Exchange website and is simple to navigate, mobile and user-friendly. For more information or to register, go to www.t1dregistry.org/stacey XX outed by celebrities, raved about by TikTok users, and advertised by med spas, a new class of drugs for treating diabetes and obesity has exploded in popularity for its weight-loss effects, leading to rippling shortages across several of the medications. Amid the surge in demand, Eli Lilly and pharmacies have started to tighten access to the latest of this type of drug, tirzepatide, focusing on giving it to people with type 2 diabetes, the only population it's authorized for so far. But that's left another set of patients scrambling — people with clinical obesity who turned to the medication as one of their few options for treatment. The class of drugs are GLP-1 receptor agonists, which mimic the effects of a hormone that can help people feel full. Within this group, Novo Nordisk's obesity drug Wegovy and diabetes drug Ozempic have been in short supply for months due to manufacturing issues and increased demand. Lilly's diabetes medication Trulicity has also been in tight supply, according to the drugmaker. That leaves tirzepatide, sold under the name Mounjaro. Lilly said in a statement that the drug is currently not in shortage, but that the company is continuing to monitor availability of competitor therapies and “supply with a focus on access for people with type 2 diabetes.” Related: Patients seeking novel weight loss drugs find a ‘wild west' of online prescribers In October, Lilly made changes to a discount program for the drug, now requiring people to attest they have type 2 diabetes. The coupons allowed patients to get the drug for $25 a month when it would otherwise cost about $1,000. Some pharmacies are also now checking if people have a diabetes diagnosis before filling prescriptions. https://www.statnews.com/2022/12/07/eli-lilly-tightens-access-tirzepatide-mounjaro-diabetes-obesity/ XX XX On the podcast next week.. yale lacrosse player Bri Carrasquillo was diagnosed just after her freshman year. Now she's part of Dexcom U – a new program for college athletes with type 1. Last week's show was One Drop is making a CGM? We'll talk to CEO Jeff Dachis about that. Listen wherever you get your podcasts That's In the News for this week.. if you like it, please share it! Thanks for joining me! See you back here soon.

Pardon My Pancreas
The Unspoken Cost of T1D

Pardon My Pancreas

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 6, 2022 24:01


Aside from the obvious, type 1 diabetes takes a heavy toll to live with, cementing the 'invisible illness' that we're forced to live with. In today's episode, Matt dives into a recent experience that left him feeling 'silly' about his blood sugar decisions, let's dive into what went wrong. Grab your ticket to the advanced T1D training here:https://fixmybloodsugars.com---------Welcome to the Pardon My Pancreas podcast!! This show is all about REAL life with type 1 diabetes, understanding fluctuations, and how to stabilize your blood sugar for good. Your host is Matt Vande Vegte is a certified personal trainer, nutritionist, and type 1 diabetic whose biggest goal in life is to help people with diabetes around the world live their lives fearlessly. Looking for an online health coaching program to help you live your best life? Go to https://www.ftfwarrior.com to learn more about his program for diabetics only that is focused on helping you reach your goals while living a happier and healthier life. Join the Tribe today!This podcast is sponsored by FTF Warrior - An online health and fitness coaching company for type 1 diabetics dedicated to helping them master their blood sugars through any activity, exercise, or meal!https://www.ftfwarrior.comFollow Matt here:Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/ftfwarrior/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ftfwarrior/Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/c/ftfwarrior------------------------------------------------------Disclaimer: While we share our experiences with diabetes, nothing we discuss should be taken as medical advice. Please consult your doctor or medical professional for your health and diabetes management.

Keeping It 100 Radio: Uncensored Diabetes Conversations
EP 73: [Free Coaching Session] Answering YOUR Questions

Keeping It 100 Radio: Uncensored Diabetes Conversations

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 5, 2022 34:49


You asked, we're answering! We're giving away some FREE coaching on todays episode. Contrary to popular belief, coaching is not solution-based. Coaching is all about breaking things down with breakthrough questioning and considerations. So on today's episode, we took your questions and are walking through them just how we would with our clients! SHOW NOTES ⏰ (0:25): Welcome! ⏰ (1:02): Misconceptions on coaching ⏰ (2:30): Introducing Val ⏰ (5:35): Question 1 - How do I use bolus strategies for MDI beyond just pre-bolus? ⏰ (14:25): Question 2 - Tips for post exercise rebounds on like runs or hikes, especially with high fat/high protein meals or no food. ⏰ (21:55): Question 3 - What are some boundaries that you set in your relationship when it comes to T1D? Resources for this episode: Check out Epiosde 39: Beating the Spike Without the Pre-Bolus: https://needlesandspoons.com/2022/05/16/ep-39-beating-the-spike-without-the-pre-bolus/ Join us inside the Keeping it 100 Diabetes Coaching Experience: https://bit.ly/3E5TX5W Grab the Keeping it 100 Diabetes Journal: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B0BB5ZL6R8?ref_=pe_3052080_397514860 Check out our blog: https://bit.ly/3AkABcm Follow us on Instagram: https://bit.ly/3hMqhU9 Check out our free resource hub: https://bit.ly/3tF2tnC Try Skin Grip and use the code "LISSIE" at skingrip.com Check out our favorite products: https://www.amazon.com/shop/needlesandspoons_?ref=ac_inf_tb_vh *Disclaimer: Nothing inside of Keeping it 100 Radio or our resources is intended as medical advice. Always consult a physician before making changes to your insulin doses, diet or general wellness.

Diabetes Connections with Stacey Simms Type 1 Diabetes
In the News... AID using Libre 3, Tzield cost, protein trigger research for T1D and more!

Diabetes Connections with Stacey Simms Type 1 Diabetes

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 2, 2022 8:42


It's In the News.. a roundup of the top diabetes stories and headlines of the past seven days. This week: the first AID system to use Libre 3 is released, we learn more about Teplizumab, now brand name Tzield, to prevent T1D and how much it may cost. Couple of new research projects about what triggers type 1, a personal story about retinopathy and a player with T1D takes the stage at the World Cup. Check out Stacey's book: The World's Worst Diabetes Mom! Join the Diabetes Connections Facebook Group! Sign up for our newsletter here Episode Transcription Below (or coming soon!) Please visit our Sponsors & Partners - they help make the show possible! *Click here to learn more about OMNIPOD* *Click here to learn more about AFREZZA* *Click here to learn more about DEXCOM* Hello and welcome to Diabetes Connections In the News! I'm Stacey Simms and these are the top diabetes stories and headlines of the past seven days. XX In the news is brought to you by T1D Exchange! T1D Exchange is a nonprofit organization dedicated to improving outcomes for the entire T1D population. https://t1dexchange.org/stacey/ XX And by my new book “Still The World's Worst Diabetes Mom: More Real Life Stories of Parenting a Child With Type 1 Diabetes” available on Amazon in paperback and for kindle. XX XX The first automated insulin delivery system using the FreeStyle Libre 3 is now authorized in Germany. The mylife YpsoPump and the FreeStyle Libre 3, combined with the mylife CamAPS FX algorithm from CamDiab Ypsomed already launched mylife Loop in partnership with CamDiab in early summer 2022 in several countries. That was with the Dexcom G6. The company now says By enabling the FreeStyle Libre 3 sensor to work with mylife Loop, people with diabetes now have the option of choosing between two sensors, the Dexcom G6 and the FreeStyle Libre 3, and of customising their loop. with other European countries to follow in 2023. The mylife Loop offering is currently available for Android, iOS will follow in the second half of 2023. I spoke with Ypsomed last year, they are partnering with Lilly and plan to bring their pump the US. Right now oly the Dexcom G6 is approved for AID use, so we'll see if we get the same kind of flexibility. https://www.drugdeliverybusiness.com/ypsomed-camdiab-insulin-dosing-abbott-freestyle-libre-3/ XX Really interesting but very early work on protein known as Befa. It's produced by gut bacteria and triggers the division of cells that make insulin. Reserachers at Univesrty of Utah are working on understanding more about how Befa works.. hoping it could help them figure out a way to stimulate beta cell prdocution. The researchers' findings were recently published in the journal Cell Metabolism. The finding suggests that bacterial warfare in the gut can have collateral beneficial effects on the body, boosting the population of cells that can make insulin throughout the lifespan. In the future, Guillemin's team imagines possible therapeutic applications for the finding. For example, proactively fortifying the microbiomes of high-risk infants with BefA-producing bacteria could prevent them from later developing type 1 diabetes. https://scitechdaily.com/profound-implications-new-research-details-the-microbial-origins-of-type-1-diabetes/ XX A new serological test may be pivotal in the search for viral triggers of diseases like diabetes and celiac disease. PepSeq is a technology that allows scientists to test antibody binding against hundreds of thousands of protein targets at one time, instead of testing one at a time. This protocol is laid out in detail in an article published earlier in November in Nature Protocols. It's said to be an important step forward as concerns about bioterrorism, zoonotic diseases and the next pandemic are never far away. Understanding these pathogens will help scientists develop vaccines and track their movement and evolution. "This can help us to better understand the epidemiology of infectious diseases, and it is also empowering us in our search for potential viral triggers for non-infectious diseases like diabetes and celiac disease," Ladner said. https://medicalxpress.com/news/2022-11-serological-viral-triggers-diseases-diabetes.html XX The recent approval of teplizumab – brand name is now Tzield, for the delay of type 1 diabetes by the US Food and Drug Administration is expected to advance efforts to increase screening to cost-effectively identify those at risk for the condition who would be eligible to receive the new treatment. The anti-CD3 monoclonal antibody was approved November 17. In a clinical trial, teplizumab delayed the onset of clinical (stage 3) type 1 diabetes by approximately 2 years, and longer in some cases.. more than 4 years. It is administered by intravenous infusion once daily for 14 consecutive days and is expected to cost in the region of $200,000 for the course of treatment. During an investor call on November 18, Provention Bio chief commercial officer Jason Hoitt said that among the company's "strategic initiatives" were "advancing awareness and screening for autoantibodies in at-risk individuals, and ultimately, routine screening during pediatric well visits for the general population," as well as "[healthcare provider] belief in teplizumab and desire to prescribe it for their patients." Without broad population-based screening, first-degree relatives of people with type 1 diabetes are likely to be the first to be screened and those with stage 2 identified for receipt of teplizumab. Today, that population is estimated at about 30,000 in the United States, Hoitt said, adding, "with this approval we hope that more stage 2 patients can be readily identified so the course of the disease can be changed." https://www.medscape.com/viewarticle/984748 XX A new way to test for pancreatic cancer is being considered a breakthrough. Pancreatic cancer is commonly considered the deadliest of all cancers in part because with few symptoms and invasive testing, it's so difficult to detect. Bluestar Genomics, which has developed a new non-invasive “liquid biopsy” test that uses a blood test. Pancreatic cancer is eight times as common in patients over the age of 50 with a recent diagnosis of type 2 diabetes. Sometimes, new cases of type 2 diabetes may actually be a consequence of early, undetected pancreatic cancer. Bluestar has breakthrough designation from the FDA. It's too soon for doctors to recommend this for everyone with type 2 but those recently diagnosed should ask their doctors. https://www.diabetesdaily.com/blog/theres-a-new-test-for-pancreatic-cancer-heres-why-it-matters-for-type-2-diabetes-706202/ XX Not really news but a lot of social media chatter about a lame diabetes joke this time during Wednesday, the reboot of the Adams Family. Hearing great things about the show but not the diabetes joke. Good time to mention Diatribes d-stigamtize campaign . I'll link up the website, it's an effort to collect stories and to come up with action to fight diabetes stigma. https://www.dstigmatize.org/ XX Back to the news in a moment but first.. The T1D Exchange Registry is a research study conducted online over time, designed to foster innovation and improve the lives of people with T1D. The platform is open to both adults and children with T1D living in the U.S. Personal information remains confidential and participation is fully voluntary. Once enrolled, participants will complete annual surveys and have the opportunity to sign up for other studies on specific topics related to T1D. The registry aims to improve knowledge of T1D, accelerate the discovery and development of new treatments and technologies, and generate evidence to support policy or insurance changes that help the T1D community. By sharing opinions, experiences and data, patients can help advance meaningful T1D treatment, care and policy. The registry is now available on the T1D Exchange website and is simple to navigate, mobile and user-friendly. For more information or to register, go to www.t1dregistry.org/stacey XX Big shout out to friend of the show – and friend of mine – Mike Hoskins. Mike wrote for diabetesmine for many years and still works at the parent company, Healthline. He recently shared a lot of information and feeling about his diabetic retinopathy diagnosis. He goes into detail of what the treatment has been lie, saying that others sharing that with him has helped make it all a bit easier. Its'a wonderful article and I'll link it up in the show notes. https://www.healthline.com/health/my-diabetic-retinopathy-diagnosisXX XX Many of you have probably been following Jodan Morris for many years, but just in case.. the 28-year old professional soccer player was diagnosed at age 9. He's now part of the U.S. Men's National Team that beat Iran this week and moves ahead to the World Cup knock out rounds this weekend. He plays out of Seattle and has started a foundation, Jordan Morris Foundation, to support kids living with Type 1 Diabetes. XX On the podcast next week.. One Drop is making a CGM? We'll talk to CEO Jeff Dachis about that. Last week's show was with therapist JoAnne Robb. Listen wherever you get your podcasts That's In the News for this week.. if you like it, please share it! Thanks for joining me! See you back here soon.

Real Life Diabetes
#128: Rachael Jacques | Did COVID Kick Her Dormant Diabetes into Action?

Real Life Diabetes

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2022 32:31


The connection between COVID and diabetes has been all over the news, but I hadn't met anyone who can speak to this until interviewing Racheal Jacques. In this episode we discuss her family history of chronic conditions, including Type 1 diabetes, and how she received her T1D diagnosis shortly after recovering from COVID.  BIO: Rachael received […]

The Diabetes Psychologist
#117: How to Eat What You Want with T1D

The Diabetes Psychologist

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2022 31:36


When you feel limited in what you can it because of type 1 diabetes, it can lead to all kinds of emotional challenges. You feel resentful, stuck, and helpless. You feel like you have to make the impossible choice between eating foods you love and managing your diabetes. This conversation will give you hope! My guest on this episode of The Diabetes Psychologist Podcast is Ben Tzeel. Ben is a Registered Dietitian, strength coach, and T1D vet of over 20 years who specializes in providing you with the blueprint to amazing blood sugars. In this episodes, he gives you strategies for eating the foods you love AND keeping your blood sugars in range, so you don't have to make any impossible choices. You can connect with Ben on Instagram at @manoftzeel or on the web at https://www.yourdiabetesinsider.com. Diabetes Sucks and You Can Handle It can now be purchased on Amazon or on my website, www.thediabetespsychologist.com/book. Follow The Diabetes Psychologist on Instagram @thediabetespsychologist and join The Diabetes Psychologist Community on Facebook.

Healthy You Podcast
Revisiting the Invisible Disease

Healthy You Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2022 28:50


Revisiting the story of Maria Kellner, a person diagnosed with Type 1 diabetes which she refers to as The Invisible Disease. First diagnosed as a toddler, Maria now she shares with us her world of insulin injections, blood sugar checks, and the rollercoaster ride of what happens if she makes the wrong medical decision.To help fight Type 1 Diabetes, please consider making a donation to JDRF by visiting: http://www.jdrf.org/onewalkFor more information about Diabetes, please visit: http://www.northshore.org/diabetesProduced by Jon Hillenbrand and Carolyn Starks.Edited by Jon Hillenbrand.0:00 INTRO0:28 SHOW START 2:16 WELCOME 3:34 T1D DESCRIPTION 4:21 INTRO OF MARIA KELLNER 4:35 Tell me how you were diagnosed. 6:49 How did your parents explain diabetes to you? 9:20 Is it hard to deal with while growing up? 11:04 MUSIC BREAK 1 11:10 Relentless Descisions 13:49 The Risk of Wrong Blood Sugar 17:31 The Consequences of Decisions 19:26 Embarassment 19:58 MUSIC BREAK 2 20:37 How long have you had it? 21:21 Injections 22:16 Frustrations 22:53 Self Esteem 25:18 Day to Day - Be Flexible 26:30 5 Years to a Cure 27:22 Donate to JDRF.org/onewalk 28:07 Goodbye

Reclaim Your Rise: Type 1 Diabetes with Lauren Bongiorno
The Art of Adaptation with T1D Amputee and Keynote Speaker Chris Ruden

Reclaim Your Rise: Type 1 Diabetes with Lauren Bongiorno

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2022 52:33


In this week's episode, I'm joined by a super inspirational guest, Chris Ruden! Chris Ruden is an amputee, Type 1 diabetic record-holding powerlifter, keynote speaker, and disabled model featured on The Rock's hit TV show "Titan Games." From hiding his disability for almost 20 years to being one of the most highly sought-after keynote speakers, Chris helps people see their world without limits.We covered a lot in today's episode, including…Accepting responsibility of your outcomesThe true meaning of embracing your difference vs. blending How there is no finish line when it comes to management and having control of Diabetes Having an appreciation for the process of T1D management instead of an addiction to the results.WHERE TO FIND CHRIS: Visit Chris' Website HERE.Follow Chris on Instagram HERE.Watch Chris on YouTube HERE.Buy Chris' Book HERE.Learn about Eversence HERE.Hit the subscribe button and rate and review to help this podcast rise! Follow me @lauren_bongiorno and @riselyhealth on Instagram to stay in the loop for when new episodes drop.Send me a DM to introduce yourself with any feedback, questions, or suggestions on topics you'd like us to cover in future episodes.RESOURCES FOR YOU: Get support with your mindset around T1D HERELearn more about our 1:1 coaching programs HERE.Disclaimer: Nothing you hear on the Reclaim your Rise podcast should be a substitute for personalized professional medical advice. Please always consult your physician or other medical professional before making any changes to your diet, insulin dosages, or healthcare plan. 

Live From Love
Episode 240 - How Believing You Are a Good Mom Can Help in the Bedroom: An Interview with Emily Wardrop

Live From Love

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 25, 2022 27:00


You may look at the title of this podcast and think, “What does being a good mom have to do with the bedroom?” My guest, Emily Wardrop of Drop the War Life Coaching, shares with us how your thoughts about how you're doing as a mom affects your whole life, including in the bedroom. Listen to this episode to hear what you can do to not only KNOW that you are a good mom but also KNOW that you are a good lover.   You can find Emily at: Her website: www.dropthewarlifecoach.com/ Her podcast: Believe you are a Good Mom with Emily Wardrop Facebook Instagram  Download her masterclass on Believing you ARE a Good Mom at: www.dropthewarlifecoach.com/believe Download her training specifically for T1D Moms at: www.dropthewarlifecoach.com/T1D