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Living with diabetes is hard. How do other folks cope with the daily challenges? How is technology changing the way we manage the disease? Who's not letting diabetes stop them from living their best life? The Diabetes Dish, produced by OnTrackDiabetes.com (OTD), and hosted by OTD Editor Ann Gault, has something for everyone. Whether you're managing type 1 or 2 diabetes, or prediabetes, you'll learn, laugh and be inspired by our guests.
 
Your Diabetes Breakthrough Podcast is hosted by Tracy Herbert, who is an expert in diabetes. She shares insights on living healthy with or without diabetes. Tracy is a bestselling author, speaker, diabetes coach, and rode her bicycle 3,527 miles across the US to spread diabetes awareness. This podcast will include up-to-date research information, interviews with other experts, and insights from living successfully with Type 1 Diabetes for 40 years.
 
Hosted by Craig Kasper, the Bravest Podcast is about the journey to becoming more resilient. A healthcare provider and a person who has lived with the daily challenges associated with type 1 diabetes, Craig explores the stories and insights that serve to empower us all to make a positive impact on our mindset, our health, and ultimately the world around us. www.TheBravestLife.com
 
In It Together is a celebration of healthy actions and educated decisions in pursuit of a fulfilling life. We are here to inspire, encourage and support you on your journey with type 2 diabetes. We teamed up with the John Hancock Vitality program to celebrate your successes in daily life, raise awareness about the benefits of adopting a healthy lifestyle, educate people about the challenges and complications of type 2 diabetes and bring a sense of urgency to the prevalence of this disease. H ...
 
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This week’s repeat is with extraordinary woman, Amy Berger. Amy dispels a few keto myths and shares some of her wisdom to help those who are new to keto find their way through the sometimes overwhelming amount of information there is online. You can find more information about this episode in the show notes at: https://ketowomanpodcast.com/amy-berg…
 
In this podcast Tracy Herbert shares information a powerful flavonoid called quercetin found in fruits or vegetables that helps with many health issues and can help us live a longer healthier life. You will definitely want to check out this podcast and learn about all this important game changer.By Tracy Herbert
 
This week’s repeat is with extraordinary woman Karen Parrott. Karen talks about how keto and time-restricted eating have helped her resolve her binge eating issues and obesity, and maintain a healthy weight for nearly 6 years. You can find more information about this episode in the show notes at: https://ketowomanpodcast.com/karen-parrott/ If you h…
 
In this podcast Tracy Herbert shares nine tips on ways to reboot your health goals or resolutions, and how to adjust quickly from the healthy “feeling good” to “I need to get back on track.” It’s more than just changing your mindset and in this podcast Tracy will delve deep to help you get back on track. Signup for the Longevity Movement 5-Day Chal…
 
This week’s repeat is with extraordinary woman, Rosie Doyle. Rosie talks about how Keto has not only reversed her rheumatoid arthritis but also helped her control her addictive eating tendencies and lose weight. You can find more information about this episode in the show notes at: https://ketowomanpodcast.com/rosie-doyle If you have enjoyed listen…
 
This week’s repeat is with extraordinary woman, Chef Taffy Elrod. Taffy returned for a long overdue catch up and to talk about fat! You can find more information about this episode in the show notes at: https://ketowomanpodcast.com/chef-taffy-talks-fat/. If you have enjoyed listening to this episode, please leave me a review on iTunes and the Keto …
 
In this podcast Tracy Herbert shares an interview with Dr. Michael Roizen. Dr. Roizen shares insight on his latest book "What to Eat When Cookbook" and how the timing impacts our health. One of my favorite tips he shared was when he said “eat foods that you enjoy and they like you back.” This is a must listen to podcast if you want to live a longer…
 
This week’s repeat is with extraordinary woman, Mende Staggs. Mende chats about lipedema - how it has impacted her and how she now helps other women combat the disorder. You can find more information about this episode in the show notes at ketowomanpodcast.com/113. If you have enjoyed listening to this episode, please leave me a review on iTunes an…
 
In this podcast Tracy Herbert shares an interview with Sylvia Tara, PhD on the science behind our body fat and why it is more difficult for some to lose than others. We talk about the difference between men and women and the different types of fat. You will gain a new perspective on fat and learn keys to finding a diet you can stick with for life. …
 
In this week’s repeat Daisy talks to extraordinary woman, Bec Johnson, about how she lives a life with no limits as a Type 1 Diabetic. She has twice swum solo across the 20-kilometre Rottnest Channel, sailed across the Atlantic, and become a SCUBA dive guide to prove it! You can find more information about this episode in the show notes at: https:/…
 
This week’s repeat episode is with Elena Gross who talks about migraines and her PhD thesis and RCT on the efficacy and safety of exogenous ketone bodies in migraine prevention. You can find more information about this episode in the show notes at: https://ketowomanpodcast.com/elena-gross/ If you have enjoyed listening to this episode, please leave…
 
This is our final episode in a week-long series highlighting some incredible athletes with type 1 diabetes. Today, I’m excited to share my conversation with Casey Boren. Casey is one of the co-founders of the Diabetes Sports Project, he has run with a team of type 1s across the United States, and he has competed in countless Ironman races including…
 
So next up in our mini-season highlighting some incredible T1D athletes is Brandon Denson. Brandon is a super active figure in the diabetes world through his creative work and new non-profit called Bolus Maximus. But before he was the roller blading community builder he is today, Brandon was a kid from Michigan with big dreams of playing pro footba…
 
This is a special episode. If you’ve been watching the CBS reality show ‘Tough As Nails’ you are going to be very familiar with my guest on today’s show. Sarah Burkett is a former college track star, police officer, trainer, now pipe welder, who persevered to become one of the final three contestants on this season of the show. She also happens to …
 
On this episode, I sit down with mud runner, soon-to-be Ironman competitor, and Chief Operating Officer of the Diabetes Sports Project, Eric Dutcher. In this conversation we dive deep into Eric’s story, and he shares some critical concepts and stories that will help anyone out there, at any level, develop an unstoppable mindset. Eric Dutcher Instag…
 
In this podcast Tracy Herbert shares research on how Apple Cider Vinegar may help with blood sugar control, weight loss, improving digestive issues, lower cholesterol, along with other health issues. Vinegar has been in use for over 7,000 years and scientists are beginning research and understand it’s health benefits.…
 
For this week’s repeat we hear again from extraordinary woman, Dr Carrie Diulus. Carrie talks about her busy life as an orthopaedic spine surgeon and thriving type 1 diabetic and how she maintains the mental focus she needs for her work with a ketogenic vegan diet. You can find more information about this episode in the show notes at: https://ketow…
 
In this important podcast, Tracy Herbert shares the latest research along with new treatments that will help people prevent or manage diabetic neuropathy. Some of the prevention strategies covered are: keeping blood sugar and blood pressure in range, weight management, hacks for dry feet, and the importance of not smoking. Some of the treatment pla…
 
In this week’s repeat episode, Siobhan Huggins and Dave Feldman talk about what n=1 experiments they were getting up to and quitting diet soda addiction. You can find more information about this episode in the show notes at: https://ketowomanpodcast.com/siobhan-and-dave/ If you have enjoyed listening to this episode, please leave me a review on iTu…
 
In this podcast Tracy Herbert shares how three psychological conditions have been shown as contributing factors for increased Stress, Diabetes, Obesity, Depression, and Sedentary Lifestyle. Armed with these key concepts and the research provided, people wanting to take control of their health have the tools and strategies needed to improve their po…
 
This week’s repeat is my chat with extraordinary woman Caryn Zinn. Caryn talks about her PhD thesis and ongoing nutrition research and her holistic approach to clinical practice. You can find more information about this episode in the show notes at: https://ketowomanpodcast.com/caryn-zinn/ If you have enjoyed listening to this episode, please leave…
 
In this podcast Tracy Herbert shares tips for taking control of your health, right NOW! It’s a fun listen you won't want to miss. Making just one simple change will help you in your health journey. Tracy covers: 1) What successful people do each morning, 2) Improve your immune system, 3) Is weight an issue, 4) Work life balance, and 5) Overcoming c…
 
This week we go way back to one of the early episodes with tales of endurance from Ironman triathlete Chrissie Bowie. You can find more information about this episode in the show notes at: https://ketowomanpodcast.com/chrissie-bowie/ If you have enjoyed listening to this episode, please leave me a review on iTunes and the Keto Woman Podcast Faceboo…
 
In this podcast Tracy Herbert shares exciting news of the latest diabetes research. This important research talks about diabetes and cardiovascular disease, diabetic retinopathy, diabetes macular edema, importance of blood sugar control, atherosclerotic, importance of genetic and diagnosis age, and even the importance of drinking green tea for good…
 
This week is a replay from one of the really early episodes when I had the great pleasure of talking to Nina Teicholz. Nina talked about her international bestseller The Big Fat Surprise and how women and children in particular have been impacted by the US national dietary guidelines. You can find more information about this episode in the show not…
 
In this podcast Tracy Herbert interviews Taylor Companion COO of The Diabetes App. This new diabetes platform will help you find other people with diabetes along with resources to help in the daily challenges of living with Type 2 and Type 1 diabetes. This app is available on Google Play and the App Store. The DMP( Diabetes App) website : https://t…
 
Daisy's latest extraordinary woman, Karen, returns to the podcast to talk about her 100 day alternate day fasting challenge that she completed recently. You can find more information about this episode in the show notes at: https://ketowomanpodcast.com/179 If you have enjoyed listening to this episode, please leave me a review on iTunes and the Ket…
 
Daisy's latest extraordinary woman, Kelly, talks about how she discovered that dealing with her past and past trauma was key to unlocking her health issues in the present. This is the second episode where Kelly digs deeper into what is behind her struggles with chronic pain and periods of stress and anxiety. You can find more information about this…
 
Daisy's latest extraordinary woman, Kelly, talks about how she discovered that dealing with her past and past trauma was key to unlocking her health issues in the present. In this first of two episodes Kelly talks about her struggle with weight gain from childhood onwards and all the things she tried before she figured out low carb and keto were th…
 
In this podcast Tracy Herbert shares research on different strategies for losing weight and the challenges with counting calories. Learn the importance of food timing and how it impacts weight loss. Study on weight loss and protein: https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/11838888/ Study comparing candy and protein for weight loss: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih…
 
This week is a replay of an episode from 2018 with extraordinary woman Jessie Greger who chatted about her epic thru-hiking of the Pacific Crest Trail and how it led her to start her business - Next Mile Meals. You can find more information about this episode in the show notes at: https://ketowomanpodcast.com/176 If you have enjoyed listening to th…
 
In this podcast Tracy Herbert shares the latest research on ways to improve heart health that will help you in your health journey. Most of these tips also help with better blood sugar control which is a big bonus. Diabetes and Heart Disease: https://www.cdc.gov/diabetes/library/features/diabetes-and-heart.html Fried foods and Heart Disease: https:…
 
This week is a replay of an episode from 2018 with Georgia Ede where we talked about how important nutrition is for our brain and mental health. You can find more information about this episode in the show notes at: https://ketowomanpodcast.com/175 If you have enjoyed listening to this episode, please leave me a review on iTunes and the Keto Woman …
 
In this podcast Tracy Herbert discusses the importance of Melatonin, not just for better sleep, but for diabetes and diabetes complications. The research is shocking how improving Melatonin levels can help with diabetes, Alzheimer’s Disease, Parkinson’s Disease, improve anti-inflammatory markers, along with macular degeneration. Research is showing…
 
Three podcast favourites - Richard Morris, Jessica Turton and Annette Bosworth - are back for a CICO rerun when they all answered one question: Do you think people with weight to lose need to consider calories if they are experiencing a long plateau when eating a ketogenic diet? In this second part we hear from Jessica and Annette. You can find mor…
 
In this podcast Tracy Herbert delves deep into the importance of asking yourself the right questions. Burying your head in the sand never works, but taking proactive steps before things gets out of control is paramount for good health. The questions Tracy suggests you use can make a huge impact on your health journey.…
 
Tracy Herbert shares in this podcast proven strategies and research on why practicing mindfulness is critical for good health. If you are not practicing meditation or mindfulness, learn why you should start today, because it’s good for your health and your future self will thank you for it! Heart disease, prehypertension, Mindfulness: https://pubme…
 
Daisy's latest extraordinary woman, Amber, talks about all things carnivore for a special Carnivore 101 double episode. You can find more information about this episode in the show notes at: https://ketowomanpodcast.com/172 If you have enjoyed listening to this episode, please leave me a review on iTunes and the Keto Woman Podcast Facebook page. It…
 
In this podcast Tracy Herbert shares Part Two of Diet Fundamentals. It’s difficult to know which diet is best, especially with all the hype many claim. The most up-to-date research shows choosing the right type of plan must be one that works with your lifestyle, health goals, and of course one that helps you live a longer healthier and more active …
 
Daisy's latest extraordinary woman, Amber, talks about all things carnivore for a special Carnivore 101 double episode. You can find more information about this episode in the show notes at: https://ketowomanpodcast.com/171 If you have enjoyed listening to this episode, please leave me a review on iTunes and the Keto Woman Podcast Facebook page. It…
 
In this podcast Tracy Herbert shares information and research on how to build healthy nutrition strategy that works for weight loss, provides more energy, and is good for blood sugar control. So many diets claim to be easy and quick, but those cannot be trusted to help with living a longer healthier life. Slow and steady wins the race. Plant based …
 
Daisy's latest extraordinary man, Dan, is back to talk more about his exceedingly busy life and his Keto cake business - Deliciously Guilt Free. You can find more information about this episode in the show notes at: https://ketowomanpodcast.com/170 If you have enjoyed listening to this episode, please leave me a review on iTunes and the Keto Woman …
 
In this podcast Tracy Herbert shares research on the importance of physical activity to live a longer, healthier, and more active life with or without diabetes. Even though decline in performance is somewhat to be expected and usually inescapable, people who engage in healthy behaviors like exercise can postpone or reduce the negative consequences …
 
Daisy's latest extraordinary man, Dan, talks about how he changed his own health by accident after supporting his wife by switching to the low carb/keto diet she was using to combat gestational diabetes. You can find more information about this episode in the show notes at: https://ketowomanpodcast.com/169 If you have enjoyed listening to this epis…
 
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