Tag: Ayurveda and Diabetes
This post may contain affiliate links to products I trust. Please read Disclaimer for more info My blood sugar hit 11.7 mmol today. It’s been a while. I mean a long while. Since starting Insulin in 2014 and simultaneously going low carb I’ve had excellent control. A high for me was about 9 mmol. In the last two years, even that was pretty rare. The control … Read More I’m back…
One thing I love to do is scour the Diabetes Online Community for diabetes hacks. The best way to deal with all the little and big things that happen when you live with diabetes. Best place to inject, how to dose for pizza, top CGM insertion points, ideal hypo snacks and that’s just a small glimpse into the vast ocean of support that can … Read More My best diabetes hack
Something I’ve struggled with since my diagnosis is digestion. In fact, before my diagnosis I was already sensitive to a variety of foods. No matter how many different kinds of treatments and doctors I saw nobody could actually tell me what was wrong. Once I knew that I had diabetes it all made sense. Higher blood sugars had contributed to yeast overgrowth and leaky … Read More Rebalance your digestion with Ayurveda
Today I am sharing a guest post from Alicia Potts the founder of The Deep Sleep Co. I reached out to Alicia because as someone living with diabetes the biggest challenge I have is managing my sleep. I love her doable tips and I hope you will too. Take it away Alicia… This post may contain affiliate links to products I trust. Please read Disclaimer for … Read More Tips to help people with diabetes sleep well
Diayogi Dialogue with Evan Soroka Our Diayogi dialogue today is with Evan Soroka, a yoga teacher and yoga therapist for people living with Type 1 diabetes. I can’t wait for her to share her wisdom which includes a calming focussed breathing practice. As a dedicated yogini, Evan is a shining example of how yoga can take you from feeling out of your depth and … Read More Diayogi Dialogue with Evan Soroka Episode 3
Today is World Diabetes Day and I’m in Atlanta right now which for me is one of my homes away from home. I used to come here every vacation to be with my grandparents. My grandparents have long since passed but my family is still here. It’s been really special to reconnect with them and feel their support. Last night while our extended family … Read More Yoga for Diabetes – Listening to your body, your heart and the world around you.