Providing you with a holistic view of diabetes care
Because you are more than just your time in range.
has been working since 2003 to provide information to help you manage all aspects of your diabetes care. Diabetes can make you feel powerless and out of control. This site aims to educate and support you so that you can regain some of that power. Learn things like how your insulin works, which delivery method is right for you, and how to no longer take readings personally!
Understand the terminology and how best to manage your diabetes care.
If you are considering an insulin pump, learn which pumps are available and their features.
You may qualify for this tax credit if you are insulin dependent and live in Canada.
Diabetes Goddess Podcast
- Halloween means costume parties, trick-or-treating, and of course, candy! When you live with diabetes, especially if you have children with diabetes, this season can bring on a lot of stress. How can you enjoy the holiday while managing diabetes? It […]
- In this episode I talk about Rufus the Bear with Diabetes. He is a little bear that was created to help children with diabetes but his support is much more far reaching. Get comfortable and listen to how he helped […]
- Let’s talk A1c. Your A1c looks at your blood sugars over the past three months. It isn’t good or bad. It is a tool. In this episode, I will talk about a recent conversation with my son about his A1c. […]
- You don’t have a choice to have diabetes but you should have a choice in how you manage it. Let’s talk about why people use insulin pumps and why they don’t! Grab a beverage and listen while we talk about […]
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When a person considers using a Continuous Glucose Monitor (CGM), they often ponder their choices. Do they want a Dexcom, a Guardian, a Libre, or another option? In this article, we will compare the Dexcom G6® and Medtronic Guardian™ Connect. Pros…
When a person considers using a Continuous Glucose Monitor (CGM), they often ponder their choices. Do they want a Dexcom, a Guardian, a Libre, or another option? In this article, we will compare the Dexcom G6® and the Libre2. Which has…