Day in the Life of Type I Diabetes at 3 yrs old

Day In The Life Of Type I Diabetes At 3 Yrs Old

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Day In The Life Of Type I Diabetes At 3 Yrs Old

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Day In The Life Of Type I Diabetes At 3 Yrs Old

Thumbs up for Henry! This is the rest of his life and he is such a trooper!
Watch our Type I Diabetes Journey from Day 1

Day In The Life Of Type I Diabetes At 3 Yrs Old

Day In the Life Type 1 Diabetes Age 4 …

Day In The Life Of Type I Diabetes At 3 Yrs Old

Low Carb Egg Muffins

Blood sugar battle …

Day in the life: Diabetic toddler

Blood sugar & insulin (day 4)

2 1/2 yr old interview about diabetes

Cipher2 Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)
Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0

Day in the Life of Type I Diabetes at 3 yrs old

Thumbs up for Henry! This is the rest of his life and he is such a trooper!
Watch our Type I Diabetes Journey from Day 1 https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLb1cuBigaAAqcuKP3IFHILsJFYRiXCSoB

Day In the Life Type 1 Diabetes Age 4 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ChfKN...

Low Carb Egg Muffins
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O0Xo7...
Blood sugar battle http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZyD4Pn...

Day in the life: Diabetic toddler
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xZc6xq...

Blood sugar & insulin (day 4)
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JVINyQ...

2 1/2 yr old interview about diabetes
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u2AENy...

Cipher2 Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)
Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0
http://creativecommons.org/licenses/b...

38 comments

  1. Hello, I was searching insulin pumps and came across this video. I was
    diagnosed with type 1 diabetes at the age of 11, with little no help or
    support from my parents. I am now 26 and am just starting to properly
    manage. Kudos to you for being so involved. Hoping to get the approval for
    a pump by the end of the year. Definitely going to check into this one.
    Hope the little one is doing well

  2. Stay strong I promise things will get better, your such a great mom!

  3. Maybe it’s because I don’t eat breakfast, but that looks like a lot for
    breakfast plus a bowl of cereal? Your son has a great appetite!

  4. I just want to say I’m A diabetic and when it comes to picking my finger I
    hate it. He’s such A Trooper and a tough little man. God Bless.

    • I’m the same way, I absolutely hate pricking my finger! He’s an inspiration
      to be a bit more brave:)
      [have type 2]

    • +Karina Ramirez Type 1 here, I was diagnosed with diabetes when I was three
      years old, I’m 27 and guess how long I’ve had it. This boy is brave doing a
      finger blood test, I didn’t do it till I was 8, my mum had to do it.

  5. Im so sorry , and with all my respect to your son and your family, but
    please watch over those amounts of sugars and carbs that you are giving to
    him… Im type 1, 40 years ago, and trust me , I swear on God that Im not
    lying is not that good that mix of carbs about 3 or 4 carbs in one meal.
    Please after 10 yeas pass, the complications will start, then. My
    complications started when I was 30 years with the disease, and is the
    “Nerve Damage” trust me not even morphine helps, with this pain!!! Please
    reconsider my opinion or maybe a little more of research about the
    numbers!!! Hope you dont be mad at me for this opinion. God bless all of
    us!!! We are strong!!!

    • +dreamflight6000 I didn’t read this comment before I posted my other one.
      But check out typeonegrit on facebook. Its a group full of parents with T1D
      children who eat low carb with normal bloodsugars. Its rollercoaster
      bloodsugars that will stunt your childs growth and slow their brain
      development, not the lack of carbs.

    • +alyssa rios It is impossible to have normal bloodsugar while eating lots
      of carbs. The brain definitely does not need carbs, it works exceptionally
      well on ketones. And its uncontrollable bloodsugars that will slow down
      childrens brain development, not the lack of carbs.

    • +alyssa rios Also did you even watch the video? His bloodsugars stayed
      between 180 and 410, And we know that nerve damage happens at bloodsugars
      of 140+. Watch the part where he sits on a sofa with his mom, he looks
      exhausted. I mean this is just sad. The uploader should just read Dr
      Richard K Bersteins book and join typeonegrit ASAP.

    • +Subs1338 I think one think you need to be careful about is that type 1 and
      type 2 do work a bit differently and that children and adults are
      different. Children are still developing and need more carbs than adults,
      for instance. Yes, someone with type two, like an overweight adult for
      instance, would do well with a low carb high (healthy) fats diet to help
      lose weight and maintain blood sugar, but that isn’t necessarily the case
      with type 1 and children. It’s a different ballgame so you need to be
      careful when dolling out advice about managing children’s health.

    • +alyssa rios The poster may be incorrect on how to handle carbs with a type
      1 child, but you are equally incorrect on low carbs not being good for
      anyone. Did you know for instance that carbs are addictive? People with
      obesity, and type 2, do much better on a low carb, high (healthy) fats diet
      than they do on eating ‘normal’ lots of carbs and just in moderation. They
      come back with MUCH better blood work all across the board, cholesterol,
      triglycerides, a1c, plus weight loss, less cravings, more energy, etc. So
      it does work for many people.

  6. Sorry if this sounds offensive and morbid and I know this comment will get
    deleted but you are killing your child giving him so much carbohydrate. If
    you dont believe its possible for T1D children to have normal bloodsugar
    check out the typeonegrit facebook group

    • +Subs1338 PS I know that it works for you, but not every method works for
      every person. You have found one method and think it is the cure all for
      everyone, and that isn’t the case, as I stated. You are making a huge
      judgement call by throwing out such a horrific statement as ‘you are
      killing your child’. How about educating yourself as well on type 1 and
      children with diabetes and how carbs effect a growing child’s brain, and
      what pediatricians are saying, before you make such big assumptions based
      on your limited experience and views…

    • +SliverOfTheMoon its funny how the people who say “How about educating
      yourself” need themselves to be educated. As I said kids do NOT need carbs
      to grow. High and fluctuating bloodsugar is what stunts growth and affects
      brain development in children. Low carb works for most people. The kids in
      the group that I refered to all have practially normal blodsugars and they
      are perfectly healthy kids.

      My endocrinologist believes that the brain can only use glucose for energy,
      so there goes the trust in the healthcare professionals.
      Instead of listening to some random pediatricians. Lets look at some
      studies.
      Here is one for starters:
      http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/26512024
      Shows that uncontrollable bloodsugar affects brain development in children.

      Ive had type one for 6 years and this is what low carb does to my
      bloodsugar: http://imgur.com/a/SPSuE

      So Ive offered some advice, and proof of how this dreamflight6000 can
      improve her childs life by alot, and you’re coming here spewing some bs for
      no reason at all.

  7. Henry is such a good little boy, and you guys are wonderful parents.

  8. Christina Candella

    Does anyone know if the thing that makes your finger bleed hurts? I’ve
    always wondered

  9. Why do you give insulin before eating. Id be afraid my daughter would just
    pick at dinner and not eat what was already accounted for with insulin.

    • XxCallumGamingxX// CGYT

      Then if she doesn’t want to eat it then she can also have something
      else.with the same carbs about an hour after her injection I have type one
      diabetes myself and I’m ten years old

  10. Scarlet Leennders

    I’m type 1 diabetic but I’m 10 so it’s a bit easier for me

  11. Penny Beauchamp

    I am 7 years old and I have it too?

  12. I’m type 1 Diabetes

  13. I was 13 months when I got diabetes, and my parents had to inject me with
    like a tenth of a unit of insulin when I ate, with half a unit shots

  14. Lego man Animations

    Yikes does it hurt when you have to poke a hole

    • +amanogirl1 Same! mine used to be on a setting of 4 and it hurt like hell.
      I changed it to 3 and now I don’t feel anything not matter the finger

  15. God bless you. I was diagnosed as a 4yr and you are doing a great job. You
    have it so much better now then 1985 and I am so happy that the times have
    come to help parents manage and be more aware of Type 1 with technology.
    Keep up the good work and never let the disease overtake you.

  16. u re a great mom?

  17. Robbie's Edward's bigger business Sayers

    Iiiiii

  18. Why are you subtracting dietary fiber?

  19. Reuben Böergginstein

    That poor kid wishes he can drink some Dr Pepper.

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