Low On Insulin for the Weekend

As I said in our a recent newsletter for Insulin Nation, people with Type 1 diabetes understand that we can’t go it alone when it comes to staying healthy. We all know that having family support is vital for keeping BG in check, and obviously we rely heavily on all our health care professionals, including our endocrinologists and CDE’s.

But we don’t always realize that keeping healthy takes the proverbial village. It includes the factory worker who makes sure our pumps are safe, the scientist searching for a diabetes cure, and the civil rights lawyer who forces schools to accommodate T1 kids. Each plays a part in our day-to-day diabetes care. Recently, my health was preserved with an unlikely addition to “my village”: a nurse/trainer from Asante, makers of my Snap insulin pump.

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