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Type 2 Diabetes Talk is the place where we chat about what really works to treat type 2 diabetes and prediabetes, naturally with nutrition and lifestyle. With over a decade of experience and scientifically proven research, T2Diabetes Nutrition Specialist Dr Jedha, along with special guests, provide evidence-based practical insights to help you optimize blood sugar and A1c, lose weight, reduce medications and improve your overall health. For more info, visit: https://Type2DiabetesTalk.com
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No nagging and no lecturing! Just good information about what's new for people with type 2 diabetes. A lot has changed; there are new tools and even new ways of thinking about diabetes. We're sharing quick facts and bringing you interviews with tech companies, advocates, and fascinating people living with type 2. Host Stacey Simms has been called “A diabetes podcast pioneer” by Healthline. You’ll get actionable info that will help you thrive!
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I denne episode vil vi fokusere på de kognitive udfordringer, som mennesker med type 2-diabetes kan opleve. Vi vil diskutere udfordringerne med at finde rutiner, der virker i forhold til medicin, regelmæssige klinikbesøg og kontroller. Dette afsnit er sponsoreret af Boehringer IngelheimBởi My Identity with Type 2 Diabetes
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Have you heard of a diabetologist? This is a newer specialty in the U-S that may help offset the lack of endocrinologists. Most people with type 2 see a general practitioner and the diabetology certification helps those doctors learn about the latest in diabetes care. We’ll talk about how to find one of these rare experts, why there could be more o…
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In this episode, we explore seven key tips for developing an eating plan that's not only beneficial for blood sugar control but also sustainable in the long run. These tips for achieving a sustainable diabetes diet focus on emphasizing the importance of transitioning from temporary dieting to a lasting eating plan, establishing a baseline diet, emb…
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It’s In the News! A look at the top diabetes stories and headlines happening now. Top stories this week: Dexcom goes Direct to Watch in the US, Abbott gets FDA okay for its OTC CGM, new study about metformin during pregnancy, an update on semaglutides, JDRF changes its name, and more! We have a monthly newsletter! Sign up today (no spam we promise)…
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In this episode, we cut through the marketing hype and serve up the real scoop on Cheerios, especially focused on people with diabetes. As we scrutinize the carbohydrate content across various flavors, you'll gain a fresh perspective on what's really sitting in your breakfast bowl and question the potential impact that foods like Cheerios may have …
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GlucosePATH uses computer science and clinical data to evaluate every possible treatment option, using data from the patient, FDA, and peer-reviewed journals, in just a few seconds. It was created by computer scientist Len Testa and endocrinologist Dr. Bradly Eilerman. Len Testa is also co host of the fabulous Disney Dish podcast and the creator of…
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This episode peels back the curtain on what it means to truly heal, with a perspective that marries the rigor of traditional medicine with the soulful art of holistic care. Dr. Maria Colon-Gonzalez, through the lens of her own health odyssey, invites us to reconsider the one-size-fits-all approach of symptom chasing, and instead, to embrace the ful…
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Insulin resistance, a condition characterized by the body's impaired ability to respond to the hormone insulin, is at the heart of prediabetes and type 2 diabetes (and many other related health problems too). In this episode we delve into the complexities of insulin resistance, offering insights into how inflammation plays a pivotal role in its dev…
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This week, talking with one of the lawyers bringing a class-action lawsuit against the insulin companies.. a lawsuit that has been inching forward since 2017. It was set to be settled for 500-million dollars and a four year price cap, but then judge said no. Attorney Steve Berman will talk about that last minute surprise, why he's still going forwa…
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What if there's a pathway to not just manage type 2 diabetes, but conquer it? This episode delves into the heartening stories of people who have done just that through the T2Diet Program. Melana's story is one of dedication and success. She shares how the program allowed her to focus on her goals, leading to a significant weight loss and a reductio…
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It’s In the News! A look at the top diabetes stories and headlines happening now. Top stories this week: more older adults are being diagnosed with type 1 and people with T1D are living longer, Eversense gets iCGM designation, new drug to prevent low BG is being tested, Tandem diabetes app recall, and more! Find out more about Moms' Night Out Pleas…
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Helen's curiosity sparked this crucial conversation about the attainability of type 2 diabetes remission, and this episode aims to share the facts and insights to clarify several questions about diabetes remission. For instance, is diabetes remission a myth or a tangible reality? How can it be achieved? How long does it take to achieve? Do you have…
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We're taking a close up look at hospital care when you have type 2 – from the people who grade the hospitals. 30% of patients admitted for acute care have diabetes. But many hospitals aren’t prepared or have staff trained to take care of this. My guests – from the watchdog group Leapfrog and from the ADA, will talk about what’s been doing right and…
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Join Dr. Jedha and Emily (DMP Dietitian) as we shed light on a range of different topics submitted by our listeners, members and subscribers. Tune in for this Q&A session to get reliable and practical advice to ensure you're equipped with the knowledge to make informed decisions about your diabetes health. CHAPTERS 2:41 Checking A1c if not taking m…
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It’s In the News! A look at the top diabetes stories and headlines happening now. Top stories this week: A new study links emulsifiers, a common ingrediant, to type 2 diabetes, reserachers map out the pancreas in a new way that's already yielding new information, new guidliens about using GLP-1s and SGLT-2 medications with exisiting oral meds, gene…
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In this episode, we dive deep into the transformative power of low carbohydrate diets for treating type 2 diabetes and prediabetes. With a focus on achieving optimal blood sugar control, we explore the significant impact that dietary choices have on HbA1c levels. Drawing from a wealth of scientific evidence, you'll discover how reducing carbohydrat…
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We’re talking to a sports illustrated swimsuit model – who lives with type 2! Nina Cash is also in her late 50s – so being a swimsuit model wasn’t something she really thought was in the cards – she spent her career in education and retired as a University Dean. She’ll tell us the story of how the SI gig happened and why she’s park of the rookie cl…
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Could Berberine be the unsung hero for optimizing your type 2 diabetes and prediabetes health? Let's explore the remarkable potential of this natural compound together. We kick off our discussion with a deep exploration of Berberine's historical use in traditional medicine and its impressive ability to enhance insulin sensitivity and reduce glucose…
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It’s In the News! A look at the top diabetes stories and headlines happening now. Top stories this week: Dexcom launches direct-to-watch with the G7 in the UK and Ireland, more studies looking at heart benefits with Wegovy and diabetes, a new T1D study investigating an injectable to prevent overnight hypoglycemia, lobbying for Levimir, a ChatGPT di…
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In our 20th episode, we're exploring the fascinating world of macronutrients, serving up a feast of knowledge, guiding you through the intricate dance of carbohydrates, proteins, and fats in our diets. Discover the secrets to nurturing your body with whole foods, and learn why the choices you make at the dinner table can be your most potent ally in…
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Diabetes education is boring. Right? Yeah educators think so too. So what can we do to make it better? We’re talking about a new effort to talk to people with diabetes and find out what works for you. I’m talking to Dr Bill Polonksy from the Behavioral Diabetes Institute This podcast is not intended as medical advice. If you have those kinds of que…
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Ever find yourself puzzled over the perfect breakfast to support great diabetes health and keep your blood sugar in check? Look no further. This episode unveils the key secret to starting your day right to prevent the blood sugar rollercoaster and keep your glucose levels steady. You'll be armed with a practical list of dos and don'ts for breakfast…
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It's In the News! A look at the top diabetes stories and headlines happening now. Top stories this week: a new study shows that drugs like Ozempic can be produced for just a few dollars, we upate the insulin vial shortage Lilly announced, a new pump has been FDA cleared, a genetically modified cow can product human insulin, and more! Transcript and…
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This episode marks the final installment of our Medication March series, where we've been empowering you to take control of your diabetes health. This journey has been about more than just understanding medications; it's about equipping you with the knowledge to make informed health decisions and to have the all important conversation about medicat…
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This endocrinologist tries to have every single one of his patients use a CGM – that’s people with type 1 and type 2. Dr. Thomas Grace is going to explain the specific benefits he thinks people who don’t use insulin can get from a CGM, and shares a few studes just released at big diabetes conference, including those around using GLP-1s.. medication…
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Discover the untold truths of medication safety as we hear from special guest Suzanne Robotti from MedShadow in this third installment of the ‘Medication March’ series. We explore the often-hidden complexities that come with newly approved drugs and Su’s experience on an FDA advisory committee approving the drug Wogovy for diabetes. We discuss prio…
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It's In the News! A look at the top diabetes stories and headlines happening now. Top stories this week: The annual ATTD conference wraps up with news about CGMs, including new FDA approvals and a look at CGMs outside of the US, new eyedrops are being studied to treat diabetic eye disease and Beyond Type 1 opens applications for their annual Beyond…
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It's pretty clear that the future of medicine will include artificial intelligence. It’s already part of doctor’s appointments, health data, and more. But balancing that machine learning high tech with a doctor’s personal touch is going to be tricky. This week, we’re talking about the art of medicine with endocrinologist and author Dr. Allen Sussma…
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In this episode, the second installment of our ‘Medication March’ series, you're invited to explore a path in diabetes management that goes beyond just medication. This special episode features Suzanne Robotti from MedShadow, who shares her personal medication journey, a story that underscores the importance of being informed about the potential lo…
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What you need to know about diabetes and your eyes. I know, this one can make people nervous, but the most important thing to know is that treatments have changed A LOT and they are much more effective than you might think. We’ll also define the most common type of diabetic eye complication, retinopathy. Our conversation this week is a little diffe…
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The conventional medical path for diabetes treatment involves prescribing medication, but is this the only way? ‘Medication March’ kickstarts a much-needed conversation about medication for people with type 2 diabetes and prediabetes. Together we’ll take an eye-opening expedition through our 4-part Medication March series, promising to arm you with…
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It’s In the News, a look at the top stories and headlines from the diabetes community happening now. Top stories this week: what is MicroGlucagon and how could it speed up existing rapid-acting insulin? SGLT2 medications may cause false positive alcohol tests, red light therapy for type 2 diabetes, research shows teens with type 2 might have a diff…
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In this episode, we unravel the myriad ways in which olive oil can be a superfood powerhouse in the management of diabetes and general well-being. You’ll learn that one of the critical components of olive oil is the phenolic compound oleocanthal, which is known for its anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties. You’ll discover how oleic acid, th…
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What you eat is an important part of managing diabetes. By now, we all know being super restrictive doesn’t work, so let’s talk about some easier ways to work in more healthy foods without turning your life upside down. My guest this week is Dr. Mike Roussell, an author and nutrition consultant who holds a degree in biochemistry and a PHD in nutrit…
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In this episode we shatter the shell of myths surrounding eggs, bringing to light the real deal about eggs and their place in the diets of those managing type 2 diabetes and prediabetes. We beat misconceptions with hard facts, crack the case on cholesterol, unpack the nutritional benefits of eggs, exploring how they pack a punch with high-quality p…
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It’s In the News, a look at the top stories and headlines from the diabetes community happening now. Top stories this week: Tandem announces it's taking orders and starting to ship the Mobi pump, Insulet gets European approval for the Abbott Libre integration with Omnipod 5, new study looks at type 2 remission and gastric bypass surgery, one type o…
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Dexcom is planning a new CGM system called Stelo, aimed at people with type 2 diabetes who don't use insulin. This week, we're talking to the Chief Operating Officer Jake Leach all about this. Dexcom is the leading CGM used with insulin pumps, so this is an interesting new direction for them. What’s the difference between this device and those made…
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Are you struggling to shed stubborn weight? Are the endless cycles of dieting and weight regain getting you down? On the latest episode of Type 2 Diabetes Talk, we'll equip you with a fresh outlook on slimming down and shedding those pounds smartly so that they stay off for good. We delve into the different methods of tackling weight loss and the f…
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Getting a CGM is, more and more, becoming a routine part of a diabetes diagnosis. But figuring out if your insurance will pay can be anything but routine. A new pilot program is recruiting pharmacists to be a big part of this process, helping educate patients about their options, even writing prescriptions. Plus, with all the talk about CGM, you ma…
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Ever wonder if the numbers on your glucometer hold the key to mastering your diabetes management? Prepare to unlock that mystery as we explore the critical importance of blood sugar levels and their impact on your health. We discuss the vital aspects of fasting and post-meal glucose readings and unravel the intricacies of A1C values, providing you …
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It’s In the News, a look at the top stories and headlines from the diabetes community happening now. Top stories this week: a look at how weight loss might lower cancer risk in people with type 2, a new study that says BG spikes are good(?!), Modular Medical submits a new insulin pump the FDA, another look at COVID-19's effects on people with diabe…
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My guest is Matt Friedman, an expert in public relations who lives with type 2 – we get his take on what’s going on in PR these days – with social media, crisis control, and even CHatGPT and AI – and of course we’ll talk about diabetes, and the bone Matt has to pick with restaurants. I love talking abou technology and the majority of these episodes…
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In this episode DMPs dietitian nutritionist Emily joins us for a deep-dive Q&A session, answering questions submitted by our listeners, members and subscribers. This episode is brimming with answers to your most pressing questions about dietary sugar, the link between Metformin and B12 deficiency, and the critical importance of HbA1C levels in moni…
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Let’s talk about using insulin. For some, that can feel like a huge failure or that they have the bad type of diabetes. But sometimes, diet and exercise isn’t enough to manage type 2 diabetes. My guest this week is Dr. Arthi Thangudu and she’s going to talk about how she approaches these conversations with her patients and some of the newer options…
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In this episode we dissect the ever-evolving nutritional guidelines published by the American Diabetes Association each year, which are usually replicated around the globe. We take a hard look at the ADA's Medical Care Guidelines, evaluating the evolution of digital programs as an option for diabetes support and advocating for balanced, nutrient-ri…
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It’s In the News, a look at the top stories and headlines from the diabetes community happening now. Top stories this week: Vertex pauses their stem cell transplantation trials after a patient death, spray insulin is tested, learning more about Dexcom's sensor for type 2, measuring A1C through menstrual blood and more! Find out more about Moms' Nig…
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When you get a diabetes diagnosis, eating well is usually at the top of the “to-do” list. But then you get home and look around the kitchen and – let’s face it – most of us aren’t sure where to start. What’s easy to cook that will taste good? What will my family actually eat? This week I’m talking to Chef Robert Lewis, who calls himself the happy d…
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Struggling with sugar cravings? You're not alone, and you'll be happy to learn it's not just a matter of willpower! In this episode we explore the sly and addictive nature of sugar and its effects on our brain's reward system, the alarming rise in sugar consumption over the decades, eye-opening insights on the health implications of this sweet sedu…
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This time of year diets are the center of a lot of conversations. So when I heard WeightWatchers was specifically offering something for people with diabetes, I wanted to learn more. WeightWatchers is teaming up with Abbott to use the Freestyle Libe CGM as part of their newest program. What does really mean for people with type 2? What are they off…
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Imagine facing a health crisis and discovering the power within you to turn it around. That's exactly what Wilma did as she recounts her poignant struggle with cancer, diabetes, and frighteningly high blood sugar levels — and how she turned her life around. Wilma didn't just manage her health; she mastered it through informed nutritional choices an…
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