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  1. More Awareness, Better Treatment Needed for Diabulimia

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    As part of our Mental Health Collaboration Efforts with the American Diabetes Association, one of our key focus areas is around nutrition and disordered eating. Ann Goebel-Fabbri, a clinical psychologist and published author based in Boston, recently talked with us about the important issue of eating disorders in diabetes and the journey of recovery. Eating […]

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  1. Did You Know: Disordered Eating Common in Teens with T1D

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    Obsessive thinking is practically required in successfully managing T1D: Did I count my carbs accurately? Did I bolus at the right time? The list of food and insulin related obsessions goes on. You can do all of the right things, and still somehow have fluctuations in your blood glucose, especially when eating particularly tricky foods. […]

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  2. You Told Glu: It’s Not Always Easy to Eat Well

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    There are many challenges revolving around nutrition, whether you are living with or caring for someone with T1D. Counting carbs, cooking meals, and addressing other food issues (such as Celiac disease) can be tricky and increase the burden of managing blood glucose. Deciding to follow specific diets are very much personal choices; however, personal choice […]

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  3. Living with a Dual Diagnosis of Celiac and Type 1

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    In part two of our series on type 1 diabetes (T1D) and celiac disease (CD), we interviewed Stacey Cunnington, a college student who as diagnosed with T1D in 2011 and then diagnosed with CD just a couple of months later. We wanted to know how she deals with both diseases on a daily basis and […]

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  1. Did You Know? Celiac Disease More Common in People with Type 1 Diabetes

    This is the first of a three-part series on celiac disease (CD) and type 1 diabetes (T1D), researched by Glu summer intern, Ryan Brennick (GluRyan). Ever wonder what your providers are testing for when they are doing blood tests? Testing for celiac disease is popular for those with T1D, since symptoms often go unnoticed and […]

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  2. You Told Glu: Managing Blood Glucose and Exercise

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    Last summer, we asked the Glu community to weigh in on exercise and type 1 diabetes. This survey, a collaboration between T1D Exchange and Drs. Jordan Pinsker and David Kerr of the William Sansum Diabetes Center, provided valuable insight with respect to how people manage their blood glucose before, during and after exercise. Here is […]

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  3. Applying Science to Exercise with Type 1: The Experts Weigh In

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    Six months ago, a small group of us from Boston and Northern New England gathered to discuss our interest in bringing a Glu Event to the seacoast region of New Hampshire to serve a new group of Glu users and people affected by type 1. We brainstormed topics of interest that would be most helpful […]

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  4. T1D and Exercise: A Glu Event in Southern New Hampshire

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    You’re Invited to a Type 1 Diabetes and Exercise Symposium! T1D Exchange, in partnership with Wentworth-Douglass Hospital, is hosting this special event on type 1 diabetes and exercise. Listen to clinical experts speaking on glucose management before, during, and after exercise. Attendees are encouraged to ask questions and share advice with others managing their type […]

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  5. Exercising with Type 1 Diabetes: A 10-Step Guide to Getting Started

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    It’s the season for New Year’s resolutions, and if yours is to start exercising, you are not alone. Exercising, losing weigh,t and being healthier are among the top New Year’s resolutions every year. Whether this is your first attempt or you have tried starting exercising before, you probably have a few questions about exercising safely […]

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