In this episode of the podcast, Tim chats to Katherine Itacy. Katherine has been a Type 1 for 30 years. She shares openly about her struggle with diabetic Bulimia that lead to T1 complications including 35 surgeries. Katherine is an inspiration and has achieved so much with her life and we only just scratch the surface of her incredible story.
In this episode of the podcast, Tim chats to Olivia Holland. Olivia, is a professional violinist who has performed in many amazing places and settings (including live TV on Britains Got Talent, X factor and more). We get into her T1 management while being a performer at this level and have a good few laughs along the way.
In this episode of the podcast, Tim chats to John Roth. John was diagnosed later in life and while coming to terms with this, he also had to let go of his extensive flying career as a commercial pilot. We discuss his advocacy for T1 pilots and also how eating and exercise are key for T1 management.
In this episode of the podcast, Tim gives an update about the silence of the podcast due to some life developments.
In this episode of the podcast, Tim welcomes back Laura Pavlakovich Tim asks Laura a few questions that lead to all kinds of cool discussions around her Type 1 journey, including funny moments, her vision for connecting other Type 1s and a lot more.
030: Crossfit, Gestational Diabetes leading to Type 1 and finding a T1 Bestie – With Felicia Van Pelt
In this episode of the podcast, Tim chats to Felicia Van Pelt. Felicia explains her interesting diagnosis story while she was pregnant and how even the medical community were confused. We talk about Crossfit and how that impacts her blood sugars as well as the importance of finding a type 1 friend.
In this episode of the podcast, Tim welcomes back Maria Higgins. Tim asks Maria a few questions that lead to all kinds of discussions including Maria’s 4 day epic adventure without communication at the bottom of the Grand Canyon, we talk coffee, wine, popcorn and a lot more.
In this episode of the podcast, Tim chats to Michael Griffith. Michael has been a type 1 for over 44 years yet has maintained a near perfect a1c of 5.3% and has no complications. It goes without saying that Michael is a huge inspiration and someone to look up to within the type 1 space. We dive into what has worked for him over the years.
027: The positive changes to the online Type 1 social space, pump choices and more – with Jillian Rippolone
In this episode of the podcast, Tim chats to Jillian Rippolone Jillian became a type 1 a year after her brother got diagnosed. She is a great encourager in the type 1 space and shares her type 1 advocacy on instagram @t1dchick. Jillian shares her diagnosis story, pump choices and a lot more.
026: The daily hustle of living with Type 1 and why giving it your all is worth it – with Ali Abdulkareem
In this episode of the podcast, Tim chats to Ali Abdulkareem. Ali is already a legend in the type 1 space and he is only 21. Ali shares his diagnosis story and how he quickly started figuring out what worked and didn’t for him. Ali shares openly about what drives his success as well as his past vulnerability with food.