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Ean McKinley is interviewed about his experience with type one diabetes, and explains the difficulties of it.
 
The diabetes news show you've been waiting for! Long-time broadcaster, blogger and diabetes mom Stacey Simms interviews prominent T1D advocates, authors and speakers. Stacey asks hard questions of healthcare companies and tech developers and brings on "everyday' people living with type 1. Great for parents of T1D kids, adults with type 1 and anyone who loves a person with diabetes.
 
The Juicebox Podcast features intimate conversations about obtainable strategies for living well with type I diabetes. Together we will throw away our fear and learn to be Bold With Insulin! Hosted by Scott Benner.
 
Being a Type 1 diabetic creates a unique and complex set of elements to balance. Often it is only us Type 1 diabetics who will ever truly understand what it is like to live with diabetes. We ‘get it’ and that is why Tim is on a mission to interview everyday type 1 diabetics from around the world. The podcast takes on a relaxed personal vibe. If you are a type 1 diabetic or know somebody who is, this podcast is for you. Listen in and be encouraged...
 
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Through interviewing specialists, athletes, and others in the community working in or with diabetes, the Podabetic podcast aims to provide a highly insightful, compassionate, and informative resource for all type 1 diabetics (or those who live/are related with T1Ds). Additionally, it wishes to reveal to all T1Ds that they are not alone in the daily challenges brought upon by the disease and that there is more to life than diabetes. By doing this I hope to provide a sense of understanding and ...
 
I'm Stephen Richert--a documentary and adventure photographer/filmmaker. I've lived with type 1 diabetes for almost 20 years while pursuing adventure and athletics in some of the most challenging environments of the natural world. In this podcast I'm sharing my perspectives on life with T1D as well as my experience with fitness and nutrition (specifically the Ketogenic Diet) to go beyond the limits I was given at my diagnosis when I was 16.Blogs, social media and eBooks can be found at www.L ...
 
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Chris Ruden is the only 7 fingered, type 1 diabetic powerlifter - and boy does he have some seriously fantastic advice when it comes to setting goals and making changes in your life. Chris’s motto is all limitations are self-imposed and his attitude falls along the lines of “tell me what I can’t do, and I’ll go out and do it better.” If you’ve ...…
 
Let’s give a round of applause for David Winkler, today’s guest on the Diabetics Doing Things podcast. David is well known for multiple achievements, but I’d like to highlight that he is the co-founder and board chair of Diabetes Research Connection (DRC). The DRC is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization established in 2012 with the goal of connec ...…
 
Join Emilio in a conversation with Dr. Ferial Pearson, the founder of the Secret Kindness Agents! Moved by the Sandy Hook Elementary School tragedy, Ferial wondered if a simple act of kindness could change a life. She thought of the school where she taught and the students she guided every day and wondered, what would happen if we started secre ...…
 
than speaks with Derek Rapp, CEO Derek Rapp, CEO of JDRF, the leading global organization funding T1D research about what they do. They talk about the signs for Type 1 Diabetes in children and even adults, where the healthcare system is failing them, and what can be done.
 
Bold With Insulin t-shirts are here! Jessica was diagnosed at age 27 while in medical school. Today's episode offers the perspective of a person living with type 1 diabetes who happens to also be a physician. Show notes for people who are Bold with Insulin The Juicebox Podcast is a free show, but if you'd like to support the podcast directly, y ...…
 
After being diagnosed with T1D at 25 years old, Deanna had to figure out how to make it fit into her life of dance and fitness. She talks about finding a nurse who won’t hold her back, telling her coworkers about her T1D, and competing in a Tough Mudder race just months after diagnosis. Teaching Zumba provided her an outlet for comping with T1D ...…
 
Anita Nicole Brown (@anita_nicole_brown on Instagram) joins the podcast to share her incredible story of a life with T1D. Diagnosed during her annual physical before her senior year of High School, Anita had been concerned with consistent weight loss despite a very strong appetite from her background in athletics and sports. She learned that th ...…
 
JDRF One Walk has one goal: to create a world without type 1 diabetes (T1D). We know you want to make a cure a reality too—and we can't wait for you to join us!When: Saturday, October 14, 2017,Where: Rock Ledge Ranch3105 Gateway Road, Colorado Springs, CO 80904 at 8:00AM.http://www2.jdrf.org/site/TR/Walk/RockyMountainChapter4072?frid=7017&pg=en ...…
 
Audra finally spills the details on her and Brian's journey to parenthood. Be prepared for lots of feminine talk (that's just how this subject tends to go), the toll that infertility takes, and what it feels like when God's words fall like snow instead of rain.
 
At long last, the much anticipated interview with Libby Russell (@ihavethesugars on Instagram) is here! Libby joins the podcast from NYC to talk about the inspiration for ihavethesugars which is one of my favorite Diabetes communities (and also super well designed, which makes me love it even more). We talk about Libby's diagnosis at 17, bond o ...…
 
This week, Mike Avery shares the story of growing up in a family of in-demand Hollywood stuntmen, his dad, mom and brothers are all well known in the industry. Mike was diagnosed with type 1 at age 8, when he was already working. Find out how he learned to manage diabetes while jumping out of planes, off bridges and under pounds of TV makeup. O ...…
 
(L-R) Tandy McGee, Adult T1D for 39 years Sandy Pazen, Adult T1D for 51 years Arlene Skinner, Adult T1D for 5 years THEME: JDRF Part 2: 5 / 39 / 51 Episode # 124 was unlike any show we have produced over the past two and a half years. Never before had we devoted the entire hour to only discussing Adult T1D. This was one of our most informative ...…
 
In the final episode of season 1, we spoke with Good Glucos Founder and fellow T1D, Elliot Gatt about why he started the test strip subscription company that gives back, and how he's maintaining bg's while he bikes across the U.S. with Bike Beyond. Follow @GoodGlucos on instagram to see more of Elliot's journey and learn more about Good Glucos.…
 
This week, meet three hard-working people with diabetes who are dedicating themselves to helping others with T1D. DiaTribe editor & columnist Adam Brown is the author of Bright Spots & Landmines, the diabetes guide "I wish someone had handed me." Adam talks about his diagnosis as a teen, why he decided to write the book and what topics were mor ...…
 
(L-R) Oakley Leavitt, Erick Leavitt, Savannah Frailey and Kendall Nether “NO PARENTS ALLOWED” After producing 122 consecutive shows, ADH presented an hour where the parents were in the control room and their children took over the studio. Each represented JDRF and each are T1D. Oakley and Erick are JDRF Youth Ambassadors and will be lobbying ou ...…
 
Mary Adams (@maryeradams on Instagram) joins the podcast from the East Coast. I met Mary a few months ago through OneDrop, a very cool company with a new (very cool) meter and prescription free test strip subscription service. They're doing great work, and you should check them out. Mary and I discuss her diagnosis during the summer after 3rd g ...…
 
On this episode we talk with Eric Tozer. Eric is a remarkable person who, while he often gets the spotlight due to his work with his non-profit Diabetes Sports Project, is a super humble guy and really in it to shine a light on others. Eric is specifically interested in helping other type 1 diabetic athletes succeed in their athletic pursuits. ...…
 
Lija Greenseid, her husband Andrew and their son & daughter are recently back to their Minnesota home after almost a year of whirlwind travel. The Greenseids always enjoyed travel and they wanted to show their children, Arija & Adam, more of the world. They picked up and spent 9 months traveling internationally. Since Arija has type 1 diabetes, ...…
 
Adam Brown from DiaTribe.org has written a book about living with type 1 diabetes. We talk about life with T1D, Adam's work and what to expect from his new book. Bright Spots & Landmines: The Diabetes Guide I Wish Someone Had Handed Me is available on Amazon and at the link below. Our Sponsors OmniPod - Try a free no obligation Demo of the worl ...…
 
Whether you've seen him on Freeform as one of the leading men of "Baby Daddy," or remember him from his Hollywood debut on The Hills, chances are you've run into Derek Theler. Derek has been a T1D since he was three years old, and from the very start he was determined that it would not keep him from living the life he wanted. Derek was actually ...…
 
Dana Howe (@danahowe on Instagram) joins the Podcast for one of my favorite interviews ever. Dana's story is unique for many reasons, starting with the fact that she's a third generation T1D in her family! She and I cover a variety of topics like the importance of having someone close to you with T1D that you can relate to, moving cross country ...…
 
David Mina, a 9 year Type-1 Diabetic from California, joins the podcast to talk about the role the online T1D community in his life. David is the brains (and heart) behind @Type1Livabetic, a community he started in 2014 to showcase what life is really like with Type-1 and to inspire others to live their best life with T1D. David is also a vegan ...…
 
Devan D'Silva, (@ddevdev on Instagram) a T1D since she was 16 months old, joins the Podcast from Chicago to talk about why all great diagnosis stories start at McDonalds, what parents go through when their child is diagnosed with T1D at a young age, the importance of having a T1D trainer while prepping for Bikini Competitions and the very real, ...…
 
Shelley Clark (formerly Green & @missshelley on Instagram) joins me from Seattle Washington, and after my first ever on-air blood sugar check we talk about her life as a T1D and a nurse. Shelley was diagnosed at age 6, after her father's intuition led her to a late night hospital visit. We talk about the use of scare tactics at diagnosis, to th ...…
 
It’s nearly impossible to be involved in the Type-1 community without coming across the work of the amazing Lauren Bongiorno (@Lauren_Bongiorno on Instagram). A division-1 soccer athlete turned Yogi, Lauren talks about the challenges of growing up playing competitive sports with T1D, and how her type-a personality played into her success. Laure ...…
 
I was very excited when Kristen McGuire (@KrisComics on Instagram and Twitter) reached out to me, because she’s a trained voice actor. Before she shared some pro-tips on how I could improve my podcast audio (thanks Kristen) she talks about her journey with T1D that is particularly interesting, having joined the T1D family during pregnancy. She ...…
 
Alexa Perlmutter (@a.pearls on Instagram) joins the Podcast to talk about her transformative journey to find balance as a T1D. She is very open about overcoming the challenges associated with T1D, and provides insight into how her Yoga practice, mindfulness and meditation carved a path for living a healthy, fun and fulfilled adult life with T1D ...…
 
Jason Gensler has the unique experience of being one of the longest users of one of the newest insulin pumps. He started in a pivotal trial of the Medtronic 670G two years ago and has been allowed to keep using it ever since. Jason shares his misgivings about going back to Medtronic; he had a bad experience with a previous pump and sensor. He a ...…
 
Audra sits down with longtime friend, Mollie, as they discuss what it's like to be friends with a Type 1 Diabetic. Find out how Mollie's wedding was nearly Matron of Honor deficient, and why Audra is basically not allowed to go back to a certain restaurant.
 
This week, he’s traveled the world, despite type 1, and now Jeremy Larsen is back in the US, traveling to the US Parks and Monuments. Saying "You always find a way," he wants to inspire us to get out and have fun without fear as we travel with diabetes. Jeremy shares why he's back home in the US to travel the parks, after living and traveling a ...…
 
Jamie Lowe (@JamieLoweTV on Instagram) joins the Podcast from the U.K. to share his T1D story. Diagnosed after he graduated University and started his professional career, Jamie and I talk about the challenges of addressing the symptoms of T1D diagnosis as an adult, his career as a TV journalist in Bristol and how sometimes you need the help of ...…
 
Veronica Urbanowiecz (@veebombz on Instagram) joins the podcast from NYC to talk about her life with T1D. She gives a particularly personal, open and honest interview about the struggles that often accompany Type-1, the exhaustion that can go alongside the anxiety about blood sugars, and how she works through them all on a daily basis. Her inte ...…
 
Episode 024 features Erika Arff (@eearff on Instagram) a T1D since she was 8 years old. We have a refreshing conversation about adjusting to living your best life with T1D, talking travel, skiing, navigating the real world after college and the challenges that come with it and above all being mindful about your life with T1D. Erika is very open ...…
 
This week, diabetes educator Heather Lage has a daughter with type 1 and a son who's tested positive through the screening service TrialNet. TrialNet offers a screening test that can detect markers for T1D called autoantibodies up to 10 years before diagnosis. What’s it like to know your child will get type 1 diabetes? What does her son think a ...…
 
This week, finding the humor in a life with diabetes. Stand-up comedian Chelcie Rice talks about the business of comedy and about using his own life with T1D, including eye surgery, in his act. Chelcie & Stacey also talk about his diagnosis as a young adult, how he uses the comedy circuit to raise money for diabetes causes and to educate about ...…
 
In episode 6, we discuss the common cold and tips and tricks to shorten a cold with T1D, and call for diabetes and dating story submissions-please send to pancreaspals123@gmail.com.
 
Tanya Conovaloff is a nearly 41-year T1D who works as the Outreach Manager for JDRF Dallas, and has been a huge supporter of Diabetics Doing Things since I met her early in 2015. We sat down for a rare face-to-face recording of the podcast where we discussed living for 4 decades with T1D (despite being only 29), what it was like to treat T1D in ...…
 
Roddy Riddle recently completed one of the most brutal & extreme races in the world. The 6633 Arctic Ultra is a 350 solo foot race through brutal cold, wind and isolation. Dozens enter and only a few finish ever year. Roddy is the first and only person with type 1 diabetes to enter the race so far, and the first T1D to finish it. He had to with ...…
 
Anthony Hightower has used Afrezza for the past two years. He credits it (along with a Toujeo, a newer basal insuin) with completely changing his T1D management. In addition to excellent numbers, Anthony shares what else Afrezza has to offer. He explains, he liked it so much, he went to work for Mannkind, the company that makes Afrezza. He and ...…
 
Adriana Mendez, (@theonetype on Instagram) joins the podcast to talk about growing up with Diabetes and not remembering life without it, preparing her body for long distance rides for T1D in the Arizona heat, why she's hopeful for the future of Diabetes technology, the process of learning how your body responds to medication and being willing t ...…
 
Neil Greathouse has a fantastic Instagram account ("The Betes") where he posts videos of life with type 1 diabetes. It's an entertaining look at the ups and downs of T1D, but Neil wasn't always able to find humor in his situation. Diagnosed while in the very last stages of Air Force training, he had to put aside a life-long dream. Stacey & Neil ...…
 
Barbara Saemann joins the podcast from Minnesota, where she has moved recently to be with her husband after growing up in Germany. We talk about the process of working up the courage to come to America and study abroad in a new culture, the challenges of planning 6 months ahead with Diabetes supplies, the differences between Diabetes coverage i ...…
 
In this episode of In My Words, T1D and U Part 2, we continue to interview college students living with type 1 diabetes, managing it on their own. This is a continuation of their stories. Listen to Part 1. This discussion was led by professional moderator Michael Vigeant, with clinical commentary from Dr. Siham Accacha, Certified Diabetes Educa ...…
 
Rebecca Ryan joins the Diabetics Doing Things podcast from Wellington, New Zealand to talk about her journey with T1D. We talk about living with her diagnosis following her first year of University (or “Uni” as they say in NZ), and going through various phases of acceptance. Rebecca gives one of the most energetic interviews ever on the podcast ...…
 
This week's guest is on a mission. Ross Baker wants to run a marathon in every state in the US as well as DC and he is just two states away from meeting that incredible goal. He plans to conquer Alaska & Hawaii later this year. Diagnosed with type 1 at age 19, he was at first told not to run at all, that it would be dangerous for someone with d ...…
 
In Episode 2, we discuss the mental health tole T1D's experience, and get some coping tips from Miriam Brand, a fellow T1D and licensed mental health counselor, on how to cope.
 
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