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Diabulimia: Dying to Be Skinny

Betsy was a superstar in high school. She excelled at sports, was homecoming queen and enjoyed hanging out with friends. She was diagnosed with type 1 diabetes at age 11, and earned the nickname “Splenda” in high school because she…

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5 Ideas for Healthy Traveling – Even With a Foot Injury!

  Traveling can be tough on your waistline! Although I’m a registered dietitian-nutritionist and certified diabetes educator who speaks nationally and internationally, eating healthy and staying active is a struggle when I’m away from home. I simply LOVE sampling local…

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My Diabetes Olympics
feat. Guest Blogger Brittany Gilleland

Sports nutrition has always been a passion of mine. In order to gain expertise into the fascinating world of exercise and sports, I decided to pursue my master’s degree in Applied Physiology and Nutrition from Columbia University in New York…

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Explaining T1D to the Children in My Life
By Guest Blogger Sarah MacLeod

I’ve been looking after children for as long as I can remember. Even before I ever officially babysat on my own, I always took a particular liking to kids younger than myself. Though I was still quite young, and can’t…

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Food for Thought: Healthy Eating & My Journey to Find Balance in My Life
by Guest Blogger Sarah MacLeod

Growing up, I always had a good relationship with food. Never a picky eater, I happily consumed anything placed in front of me. Whether it was a plate full of vegetables, or a piece of chocolate cake, there were few…

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