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BLOG 2017-08-25T11:59:44+00:00

Like a G5…

Man, I am cream-crackered (shattered) ((exhausted))! It has been a hectic but amazing schedule – especially recently with all the end of year / world diabetes day events taking place. To be honest, on my

Sana Ajmal: Type 1 in Pakistan

  Sana Ajmal from Islamabad, Pakistan - who will be joining us in Greenwich, London, on Saturday 11th November for the DiAthlete Global Premiere! How old were you when diagnosed with t1 diabetes and in those

Olympic Levels

A DiAthlete has to know about what might take place with their blood glucose control during certain activities, in order to prepare and get the best results.

Hot Chocolate

I wish to share with you some lessons I’ve learned of late, which in regards towards life with a daily health condition (something that is so crucial in making the efforts to manage) I feel are very relevant in finding that right, motivated attitude.

Bloods and Booze

You’ll never hear me say, “sorry lads, I am not coming out-out tonight, I’ve got diabetes.” Not unless I’ve got a date lined up which I don’t want friends to know about, and am seeking an excuse.

Underdog Spirit

You know when you see those houses which have warning signs up because the owner has a dog? Well I do not own a dog, however, I was contemplating putting a beware of the underdog sign up in my doorway.

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