Posts Tagged ‘exercise’

Feeling knackered: how do I go on?

Guest Post from Dave Barnes – an extreme athlete with type 1 diabetes. He was on a driving holiday in the NT when he wrote this piece and at the time was a wonderful volunteer for our former charity. The post has been updated to reflect the change of focus of this website. For Dave,…

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Life..’More than #diabetes’ Ups & Downs

Flowering Wattle

How much does diabetes dominate your life? It is a health condition which, because it is related to food and exercise, can seem like the most difficult health condition you could possibly have, doesn’t it? And because the symptoms are not always obvious or noticeable, it can seem that if you ignore it, it will…

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The Way You Move

by Helen Wilde On at least two days a week I spend a day with my 3 very young grandchildren. They climb on the furniture, run and ride bikes around the yard, climb the apple or olive tree, swing on the old swing set our neighbours kindly gave us. They’ll happily spend time in makeshift…

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Eat well and prosper when living with diabetes

woman diabetes and thriving

Guest Post, Sally Marchini, Dietitian Today is my 48th birthday.  That means it’ll be my 36th diaversary this year!  Reflecting on my life with diabetes always amazes me, especially the way that I’ve ended up as a health professional *and* still have excellent health despite living with diabetes. I think the *most important* influencing factor…

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