Navigating type 1 diabetes at any age can pose different challenges, so that’s why we called on Restorative Dietitian, Therese Martinez
For the first time on our podcast, we have dedicated an entire episode to supporting you and/or your family members that are living with Type 1 diabetes.
In this episode, we talk about the modern approaches to type 1 diabetes, such as:
- Misinformation upon type 1 diabetes diagnosis
- How to feel supported throughout diagnosis and beyond
- Breaking down what type 1 diabetes is, and how it operates in the body
- The immune system and immunity play a role in overall blood sugar levels
- Variability of blood sugars throughout cycles: life, menstrual, and even day-cycles
- Other variables that will likely impact your blood sugar levels (i.e., stress, exercise, gut health, inflammation, etc.)
- Overcoming the ‘good vs. bad’ mindset of carbohydrates
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