• T1D and Sports: Riding the Ups and Downs of Blood Glucose

    I had the opportunity to present this topic to a group of people living with type 1 diabetes (T1D) called the T1D Huddle. The link includes recordings of the video presentation, as well as audio access through Spotify and Apple Podcasts. The T1D Huddle meets monthly and discusses many different topics relating to those living

  • Outcome vs. Behaviour

    Western society has trained us to be short-fused high-tempered instant-gratification seeking humans. This is dangerous for a lot of reasons: it’s tricking us into thinking that an extreme diet is going to fix whatever we think is wrong with our bodies, it’s tricking us into spending thousands of dollars on dangerous supplements, and it’s making

  • People-first language

    What is “people-first language”? It’s using language that describes the person living with a condition, whereby the condition does not the define the person. Why is this important? There’s an overwhelming amount of literature that shows that people living with a disability (PWD) have a higher incidence of depression, and anxiety. Life living with a