Yes she did lose 30 pounds and reverse her prediabetes with an LCHF diet – My second appearance on the Healthcare is HILARIOUS Podcast: Keto me to end pre-diabetes? Why YES PLEASE 

Yes she did lose 30 pounds and reverse her prediabetes with an LCHF diet - My second appearance on the Healthcare is HILARIOUS Podcast: Keto me to end pre-diabetes? Why YES PLEASE 

I don’t know how this happens – I guess the news just builds up and I’m compelled to ask to be on Casey Quinlan’s (@MightyCasey) podcast 🙂 . This time I couldn’t resist. Huge News She informed me that she’s dropped 30 pounds and reversed her prediabetes. With diet (Low carbohydrate, healthy fat to be …

Photos: We Won’t Be Erased – Rally for Trans Rights, Washington, DC USA

Photos: We Won't Be Erased - Rally for Trans Rights, Washington, DC USA

The combined health professions, representing over 4,000,000 practitioners, have already spoken, multiple times: #AllHumansRespectedAndRepresented, because the 20th Century was a long time ago, and it’s not coming back. Trust us, we’re nurses, doctors, therapists, physician assistants, nurse practitioners…. All photographs @CreativeCommons licensed as usual. Feel free to use.

Part 7: Wearing a Continuous Glucose Monitor as a non-diabetic Physician: What the literature says about responses to carbohydrates in a fat-adapted human

Part 7: Wearing a Continuous Glucose Monitor as a non-diabetic Physician: What the literature says about responses to carbohydrates in a fat-adapted human

As I mentioned in part 6 of this series, for a person without known diabetes/prediabetes, the readings from a Continuous Glucose Monitor (CGM) are going to mostly be flat (the incredible ability of our bodies to regulate themselves). As other research has shown (see: Just Read: New Insights into Glucose Dysregulation from Continuous Glucose Monitoring …

Part 6: Wearing a Continuous Glucose Monitor as a non-diabetic Physician: Feedback from People Living with Diabetes

Part 6: Wearing a Continuous Glucose Monitor as a non-diabetic Physician: Feedback from People Living with Diabetes

As I mentioned in part 1 of this series, a significant reason for me wearing a continuous glucose monitor (CGM) was to understand (a very small portion) what it might be like to have diabetes. I will never fully understand what it is like to have diabetes, and I know that. I do understand what …

Part 5: Wearing a Continuous Glucose Monitor as a non-diabetic Physician: Beginning to Share My Data

Part 5: Wearing a Continuous Glucose Monitor as a non-diabetic Physician: Beginning to Share My Data

As I mentioned in part 1 of this series, a significant reason for me wearing a continuous glucose monitor (CGM) was to understand (a very small portion) what it might be like to have diabetes. I will never fully understand what it is like to have diabetes, and I know that. I do understand what …

Part 4: Wearing a Continuous Glucose Monitor as a non-diabetic Physician: Unexpected use – CGM to eliminate fatphobia and homophobia (it’s not what you preach, it’s what you tolerate)

Part 4: Wearing a Continuous Glucose Monitor as a non-diabetic Physician: Unexpected use - CGM to eliminate fatphobia and homophobia (it's not what you preach, it's what you tolerate)

As I mentioned in part 1 of this series, a significant reason for me wearing a continuous glucose monitor (CGM) was to understand (a very small portion) what it might be like to have diabetes. I will never fully understand what it is like to have diabetes, and I know that. I do understand what …

Part 3: Wearing a Continuous Glucose Monitor as a non-diabetic Physician: What’s Normal?

Part 3: Wearing a Continuous Glucose Monitor as a non-diabetic Physician: What's Normal?

I have been analyzing data from the Continuous Glucose Monitor (CGM) experience I’ve been having (see these posts for more: Why I decided to wear a continuous glucose monitor as a non-diabetic physician , and Part 2: Wearing a Continuous Glucose Monitor as a non-diabetic Physician: The Experience) and I had run into a problem …