I recently did a two-week experiment with a strict carnivorous diet dubbed the Paleolithic Ketogenic Diet.. and here’s how it went!
Taming Type 1
When eating a lot of meat, I notice that my single dose of R insulin doesn’t make the cut. My blood sugar would rise hours after eating! Here’s my solution.
Your A1C as a diabetic is important, but is it everything? Not even CLOSE! Your glycemic variability is matters too, which is something A1C cannot measure.
Recently, I made a video describing my OMAD (One Meal A Day) experiment. I have since then left the OMAD world and have embraced lunch and dinner!
When your blood sugar is just a little low, what’s the best way to get it up without going overboard? With a little tool known as micro-dosing!
Can you survive and stay low-carb for a week at one of the ADA’s diabetic summer camps? I decided to volunteer as a counselor and see for myself.
Recently, I did an OMAD experiment. It was a rollercoaster, but I figured out how to make it work and now I share my experience and what I learned with you.
When your blood sugar is just a little low, and it only needs to go up a little bit, what’s the best way to get it up to normal without going overboard?
Following patterns is essential to obtaining normal blood sugars as a T1D. And, to find those patterns, you need to keep your meals consistent. Here’s why.
The Paleolithic Ketogenic Diet has been shown to help with all sorts of auto-immune troubles, but how about Type 1 Diabetes?