About a year ago, almost to the day, I was first diagnosed with Type 2 Diabetes. About a year ago, almost to the day, I have received my second blood test where I did not, in fact, have Type 2 Diabetes. Started with an A1c (blood glucose percentage for the last 4 months) that pegged… Continue reading What’s Next?
Was a big week here. A HUGE week actually. At least as far as my current state of well being goes. First up, with hard work, determination and a sprinkle of whatever, I've managed to get myself back to what I will call pre-diabetes. At the same time, I also fired my doctor. Let's start… Continue reading Update to the Numbers, Part II
You might have been seeing that I have been doing ‘science’ with my exercising again. You might have also noticed that I have been exercising more than normal and at odd, or very odd, hours. When last we met, I had mentioned that one of my goals is to win, or at the very least… Continue reading What a Difference a Walk Makes
When last we met, we learned our hero, who spent the first part of 2016 behaving quite badly, was diagnosed with Type 2 diabetes. Click the link for more info. I have been to the doctor for my first quarterly follow-up. Updating and Changes The number we are most concerned with here, at least for… Continue reading Update to The Numbers
If you have been following me on Strava or Facebook recently,you might see something like “Riding for science. -36” on a recent post. While not really science, it is to me, since I’m keeping track of how my cycling affects my blood sugar levels. Yes. Blood sugar levels. Why would I need to do that… Continue reading Who Rides for Science?