Today on the Podcast, Tim welcomes back Mike Ganino to the show. Tim asks Mike a few questions around his type 1 diabetes such as what is the funniest thing that has happened as a type 1 and a few others. Mike also has some great encouragement for newly diagnosed type 1’s.
Today on the Podcast, Tim has a chat to Heather Lampert. Heather is a Doctor who is involved in diabetes research at Joslin Diabetes Center. Heather is also a fairly new Type 1 diabetic herself which makes her story so interesting. We get into interesting discussions around the future of type 1 and more.
Today on the Podcast, Tim has a chat to Kelsey Dunn. Kelsey shares openly about her experience of her pregnancy journey with her Type 1. From having anxiety about getting pregnant, managing to get her BG in control as well as falling pregnant with twins and her birthing experience.
Today on the Podcast, Tim has a chat to Matt Vande Vegte. Matt is a model and an actor. His modelling takes him around the globe and we discuss how he likes to go back on injections when flying and travelling. Matt also helps Type 1s with their mindset, nutrition and fitness @ftfwarrior
Today on the Podcast, Tim has a chat to Mike Ganino. Mike is often on the road as a professional speaker and has some interesting and funny stories around how he manages his type 1. We dig into his diagnosis story as well as his general outlook as a type 1 diabetic.
Today on the Podcast, Tim has a chat to Mike Joyce. Mike has an A1c of 5.0% and uses Afrezza as his main insulin. We talk about 3 key pillars that have helped Mike maintain these great results while making T1 just that bit easier. Mike also shares his diagnosis story.
Today on the Podcast, Tim has a fun chat to Neil Greathouse. Neil is on the leadership council at Beyond Type 1, creates awesome fun videos on Insta @thebetes. Neil is a looper (artificial pancreas system), eats Keto and is hacking his diabetes with great results.
Today on the podcast, Tim goes solo as he talks about his recent tip to Italy and the type 1 tips he found with the airline as well as his experience with the waterproof and CGM elements of the 640G (630G) pump and a bit more.
Today on the podcast, Tim has a chat to Scott Kishere. Scott shares his 25 year diabetic journey with us including how and why he runs. Scott has just run the London marathon for Diabetes research. We chat about the mental and emotional costs of being a type one and a lot more.
Today on the podcast, Tim welcomes back Sam Girling. Tim does a deeper dive with Sam on a few topics including what tech Sam has found helpful, how exercise has helped Sam and some extreme situations Sam has found himself in.