Keto, paleo, grain free, and gluten free! Flavorful and pretty easy to make!
When he told me it was OK for her to be at 350 for 4 hours or more during the SOLs and he criticized my parenting skills, I knew that we had reached a fork in the road we couldn't come back from... I was done!
So I really did not plan on writing this tonight. But as I was going through one of my facebook groups, one of the Moms reached out and asked if anyone had ever done a “How to Binder” that gave instructions for the Dexcom, Infusion, Foods, Highs and Lows, etc. And as a matter of…
Let me tell you , I am not a seafood person. I think we have had this discussion before. But I recently went to the doctor and eating all this meat (specifically red meat) has caused my bad cholesterol to be slightly elevated. So she told me to cut out red meat and eat more…
Let me tell you something about T1D….
The moment you think you have everything under control, everything is tightly reined in, numbers are looking fantastic, something will change. Whether the air shifts in the atmosphere, the stars are no longer aligned, your 11-year-old starts puberty, or decides she wants to hoard her low snacks, just know always be prepared to change it somehow and don’t let it get you down when it happens, because it will happen.
We finally were able to see the real numbers, the ones we had been missing in between the finger pokes. The ones that showed me what food really did to her body and how her insulin reacted to it... this is when our world changed!
#Levelwithme is a T1D Podcast hosted by Eric Paslay and sponsored by Dexcom that Abbie and I had the opportunity to be a guest on!
These don't look like much, but they were super simple and everyone loved them! And at only 2g per fritter you can't beat it!
There are so many decisions when it comes to staying MDI, going with a pump, and/or getting a CGM. Even with all the information, your insurance may give you so many roadblocks none of it may make a difference....
What works for one does not work for others and I think we learned that the hard way. Eating whatever Abbie wanted just did not work for her no matter how we tried...she felt miserable for all the extreme highs and hard crashes, but we also hated being scolded at the Endo's office. So what did we do?