November 27, 2023
In this episode of ‘Keeping it 100 Radio’, Lissie interviews a past client who was diagnosed with latent autoimmune diabetes in adults (LADA), also known as type 1.5 diabetes. She shares her journey of diagnosis and transitioning to insulin dependence after a period of being in a ‘limbo state.’ She discusses how her diagnosis affected her relationship with food, her experience of weight loss, and feelings of isolation.
It’s that time of year again. Time for turkey, pumpkin pie, looser blood sugar targets and – if you’re like me – stocking up on your essentials for Black Friday. I mean come on, who doesn’t love a good deal on the things you’re going to purchase throughout the year anyway? Here is everything I’ll […]
November 21, 2023
November 20, 2023
In this episode of Keeping it 100 Radio, I’m joined by my co-coach Jessica Hrdlicka. We’re diving into all of YOUR questions around the nutrition strategies you never learned at diagnosis including eating out at restauraunts without carb counts available and adding foods back IN to your diet while living with T1D.
In this episode of Keeping 100 Radio, host Lissie and her guest Val discuss the impact of living with Type 1 Diabetes on relationships and intimacy. The conversation covers the importance of open conversations about diabetes management, strategies to handle blood sugar levels during sex, and how to create a healthy emotional environment around the disease. The episode also includes stories from listeners sharing their experiences with dating and intimacy while managing Type 1 Diabetes.
November 13, 2023
November 6, 2023
During this episode of Keeping it 100 Radio, host Lissie Poyner engages in a meaningful dialogue with Keeping it 100 alum Taylor Moore. The conversation covers topics like the management of diabetes, the journey through pregnancy as a diabetic, and the challenges experienced in the healthcare system due to being classified as ‘high risk’. Moreover, Taylor shares how her experiences have helped her to advocate for herself, and how the training and tools she gathered throughout this period have empowered unique insights surrounding diabetes management and parenting.
In this podcast episode, we dive into one of the most controversial topics in the diabetes community – carbs. If you’ve been following along, you know I’m all about those carbs. However, I also believe that there’s no one-size-fits-all approach when it comes to nutrition. Carbs were a significant part of my upbringing and athletic lifestyle, but when I was diagnosed with diabetes at 19, all I heard was how to avoid carbs.
October 9, 2023
September 13, 2023
It’s my birthday tomorrow, but yet here we are in one of the toughest weeks to date. These moments of burnout don’t come too frequently, but they hit hard this week. So in today’s episode, I’m sharing these moments with you in their real and raw form. Let’s dive in.
Welcome to our 100TH PODCAST EPISODE! It has been an absolute pleasure to hit record over the past 2 years. To celebrate, we have a few treats for you this week. The first one? Our special guest, Rachel Halverson RN, CDCES, NC-BC as she dives into dosing considerations for the trickiest T1D meals.
September 5, 2023
August 7, 2023
I have conversations every week with women living with type one diabetes having the goal of starting their family in the near future but not having the space to talk about it. In their doctors office their told to simply lower their A1C, but we know there’s much more to it than that. Inside this episode, I sit down with Ariana Frayer from Cup of OJ as she discusses her current family planning journey. From coming off of hormonal birth control to switching to the Omnipod 5 and conversations with her doctors, we discuss it all.
Let’s catch up! These past six weeks have been wild ones. From getting married, traveling with unexpected flight delays and a lot of excitement and stress, it’s easy to assume my diabetes management took a hit. Would you be surprised to hear that I actually maintained a 74% time in range?
July 17, 2023