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Gary, sent this yesterday. This was his goal, riding over the bridge. If your wondering, he made it. He's an avid biker and an Athletic Diabetic. Nice Job. ... See MoreSee Less

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I was out for my 45min. run last night and for the first time during exercise I had a hypo that knocked me right off my pins. I was five minutes from home, but it was a very long five minutes. I had a clif bar and my DEX4 with me, but still woozy. ... See MoreSee Less

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Well Mother Nature has been a little unpredictable this morning. Started out Dry ended Wet. It was still a good run for this Diabetic.
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I would like to know if any Diabetic's who use lantus at night and Humalog with meals can help. I'm constantly going low at night. 50 to 70 regularly. I use a Dexcom G5. I'm now going to try to inject half the amount of Lantus at night and the other half in the morning. Any insights. Jerry ... See MoreSee Less

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This 59 year old Type 1, just finished a 4 mile morning Run. I don't know why but I perform and feel better in the A.M. Pre run blood sugar 220. This is due to eating 25 grams of Carbs. 30 mins after finishing 140 and dropping. I will use less insulin most days after exercising. That's one of the benefits of exercise and being active. ... See MoreSee Less

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You and your Dog can both benefit from frequent walks. 30 minuets a day can really help to lower your blood sugar. Especially after meals, try this after your evening meal. Works for me. ... See MoreSee Less

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I've started kettlebell cardio/strength training recently and really like them. I use a series of youtube workouts 5, 10,15,20,25 or 30 minutes Thirty minutes is my max and finishes me off. Though the 20 minute one is really kickass too. I do these when I'm not cycling, that is, every other day about. If I do the ten minute work out, I will repeat it later on in the day.

I love my cycling and have a really big bridge fitted into my 18km run. I take a BG reading halfway through. Never any trouble. I notice though on my Garmin HRM I'm hitting my maximum HR which is uncomfortable and have to stop and wait for it to drop back down to ~83% then I'm good to go. I start getting stitches in my mid lower and left abdomen but they dissipate when I start. Anyone experiencing this? I swear I've yet to see a 60+yr old going over the same time I do.....
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