With the first (and only) session I wanted to head to starting at 9am, I had a fabulous sleep in. If only my diabetes would have let me go to bed earlier. But that’s a story for another time. I was excited at this technology symposium I was attending before heading home back to my fur baby. Continue reading “#ADSADEA2015 – Technology influencing health behaviour”
Day One of the official ADS/ADEA conference has kicked off. I was reminded of how exhausting and overwhelming these conferences can be. There is just so much information that gets hurled at you to remember and use in practice. So here’s my recap for most of the day. Continue reading “#ADSADEA2015 – Day One: Shining a light on young people with diabetes”
I’m impressed with myself for keeping up with Diabetes Blog Week this year. Today’s topic is around foods that we eat, which is apparently also what people are keen to hear from a dietitian. People often ask if there is a specific ‘diabetic diet’ that people with diabetes have to follow. Diet is a cringe word in my books and something I don’t agree with or advocate for. Instead, I choose to have a little of everything, because life is too short to live without Nutella. So what does a dietitian with diabetes eat?