Monday Morning and the day seems long for me all because I woke up a bit early ;-) hope your weekend was good, mine was super busy with the husband at home and this weekend was pretty much cooking and eating. It’s no secret that incidence of being overweight and obese have increased dramatically over the past few decades alongside a rise in the prevalence of type 2 diabetes. What I found when I went to pull out yogurts for breakfast this morning is that my efficiency-minded little boys had packed all the smallest things into the smallest part inside the fridge. This entry was posted in Type 1 Diabetes and tagged Breakfast, Diabetes, Diabetes Problems, Family, Frozen Insulin, Infusion Set, Insulin, Insulin Pump, Kids, Life, Parenting, T1D, Trouble-shooting, Vacation on June 8, 2013 by Angela Major. These words were uttered during breakfast this morning, about five minutes before we were set to leave for school.
But then, Evie made an impassioned plea to save her set change for after her pre-birthday-party shower this afternoon.


I take for granted the ability to simply take a shower without having a medical device adhered to my body.
This entry was posted in Type 1 Diabetes and tagged Breakfast, Diabetes, Kids, Life, Love, Parenting, Shower, T1D, Technology on November 9, 2012 by Angela Major. Admittedly, things get a little hectic around here before we leave for school, and sometimes, sometimes Evie takes her breakfast to eat in the car (okay, at least once a week). This entry was posted in Recipes and tagged Breakfast, Family, Food, Kids on September 11, 2012 by Angela Major. So today I am all sluggish and wanted to go for light meals, I often make this Spicy Oats porridge and since one of my reader requested for this recipe I thought of sharing it here, I made the same for this morning's breakfast.
A large batch of freezer-ready muffins, chocked full of fruit and oatmeal and breakfasty goodness.


To have your body completely free of adhesive tape and invasive plastic cannulas, if only for the time it takes for a good, long shower. Hunger scores were also lower in the big breakfast group and greater improvements in fasting glucose were observed in the big breakfast group.Further research is required to confirm and clarify the mechanisms by which this relatively simple diet approach enhances satiety, leads to better glycemic outcomes compared to a more conventional dietary approach,” the authors concluded.



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