Have you ever wondered why winter seems to throw your blood sugars off? Well, it all boils (or shall I say cools) down to physiology. In this post, I'm diving into how your body responds to cold environments and the impact that this might have on your blood sugars.
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Traveling with Type 1: A T1D Packing List
The Case for Continuous Glucose Monitors
Teaming Up in the Kitchen Part II: Julie’s Turkey Burgers
If you've read Teaming Up in the Kitchen: Matt’s Sweet Potato Fries you'll know that both Matthew and I believe we are the top chef in the kitchen. Instead of this leading to conflict as you would think, it usually leads to a rather splendid multi-course meal. When planning dinner, we usually think of what we have [...]
Me, Myself, and my Type 1 Diabetes
Tagliatelle with Carmelized Shallots, Mushrooms, and Kale
Yes, summer is definitely over, but there are many things to love about fall and winter. One of those is the cuisine. Colder weather tends to bring on richer deeper flavors and warmer cozier meals, something that I am definitely a fan of. This dish contains many ingredients that I am also definitely a fan [...]
The Carbohydrate Counting Controversy
Why am I always high (hyperglycemic) at high altitude?
Buckwheat Soba Veggie Stir Fry topped with Wild Salmon
My roommate and I spend a lot of our evenings cooking up large tasty dinners for each other and whatever starving friend we've adopted this week. There's nothing more soothing after a stressful day than a big bowl of noodles and vegetables. I'd been craving an Asian noodle dish to replace our usual Italian dishes, and [...]