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Children's Art Project Scholarship - Seneca Diabetes Scholarship

Award is Open to: Undergraduate Students, Graduate Students How to Apply/Contact: You can download a complete application packet and find out more information about eligibility at the M.D. Anderson Cancer Center website . See also: You can find even more scholarships by clicking here to read about scholarships for students with medical conditions . Scholarship Name: Bryan and Deanna Snyder, Sr.s Chairman Scholarship Description: The Seneca Diabetes Foundation serves two populations, those people of the Seneca Tribal Nation who are living with diabetes. Diabetes affects Native Americans more than any other group, and through the Chairmans Scholarship (along with many other scholarship programs offered by the Seneca Diabetes Foundation), the Foundation seeks to raise awareness of this important health issue as well provide resources to a generation of future leaders who will go into fields that will benefit not on the Seneca Nation, but the country as a whole. Scholarships are also awarded to nursing students, Native American history majors and those involved in community service. Major/Field of Study: Health, Social Services How to Apply/Contact: To apply for this scholarship, and Continue reading >>

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  1. vpenning

    Finding Diabetic Friendly Restaurants.

    I know this has come up before, but I always find this kind of thread very helpful...especially when I am traveling! Each of us has found in our travels, or locally, places-especially chains-that have items that are diabetic friendly. I think it is helpful to share this so new folks can see that eating out CAN BE DONE!
    Several years ago, I use to patronize a place called Red Robin. It is a chain in our area. Those of you in the KC, MO and KC, KS area might like to take a look!!
    http://www.redrobin.com/locations
    I have not gone there in years, because it was basically burgers and fries, and all things carby. Couple of months ago, I got a hankering for their burgers (they are very good), and I figured, I would just order one, shuck the bun, and pick at a couple of fries.
    MUCH TO MY DELIGHT I was greeted on their menu with the choice of having the burger wrapped in lettuce (they also wrap in a paper wrap to make it easier to handle), and substituting either a salad, or broccoli for the fries!!! Any of the sandwiches could be done that way, or simply bunless. Wahoo!
    I have also recently been delighted with Applebee's policy (printed on their website) that they will substitute out rice, onion rings or potatoes for vegetables or side salad (this does not apply to the 2 for $20 menu, however). I have done this several times.
    http://www.applebees.com/~/media/doc...ional_Info.pdf
    Burger King is another place that will serve a burger without the bun (ask for low carb, it also comes without condiments) I generally get that and a side salad. Both are on the dollar menu, so I save money as well!!
    Chili's now has a wonderful Lighter Choice Sirloin option that is simply the steak and steamed broccoli. I order a side salad minus the croutons (you do have to mention it, or it comes loaded with them). Added bonus for those trying to lose weight!! VERY LOW in calories!!!
    So, folks. Share your finds, so that we all might benefit. I know I have in the past gotten some great new places to try from you.

  2. Triv

    Five Guys burgers...you can get a burger loaded without the bun.
    Ruby Tuesday's mashed cauliflower is excellent and you can sub just about anything on their menu for it or other veggies.
    Bob Evans has an excellent grilled chicken and a sirloin (I think the chicken is better) that you can have loaded and sub for any veggie and now they'll even give you a free coffee to go (if you've ordered coffee).

  3. Nicoletti

    In-N-Out Burger, a chain in some states, has been serving their burgers protein-style, no bun wrapped in lettuce for many years.
    And for those who like Subway, you can get what you like without the bread by asking for it in a bowl.
    There are some good options with some of the larger chain restaurants and fast-food restaurants, which is great.

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Scholarships And Financial Aid For Students With Diabetes

Scholarships and Financial Aid for Students with Diabetes Financial aid and scholarship money are available for people with diabetes, but acquiring it requires an investment of time and patience. Whether paper or digital, there are always forms to fill out, sometimes recommendations to gather, or essays to write. The first step for all students is to fill out the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). The FAFSA creates a profile used to calculate a students ability to pay college expenses. If a student is claimed on their parents tax return, the student must submit the FAFSA as a dependent filer and include their parents financial data on the form. The Department of Education uses the FAFSA profile to help colleges determine an individual students financing needs. Then, financial aid personnel can put together assistance packages of available programs that the student is eligible for. This will include federal grants (e.g., Pell, FSEOG) and state-specific college grants and scholarships. Individuals can explore state-specific financial aid options at collegescholarships.org/scholarships/states.htm. Diabetic students may also benefit from campus-specific financial aid, d Continue reading >>

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  1. Dan360

    The good, the bad and the ugly of metformin

    I have been taking metformin sense the day I was first diagnosed with type 2 diabetes. As you probably know, it is the first-line drug of choice for the treatment of type 2 diabetes and I doubt that there are many of you that do not take metformin. Metformin works by suppressing glucose production by the liver. Evidence suggests metformin may prevent the cardiovascular and possibly the cancer complications of diabetes. It helps reduce LDL cholesterol and triglyceride levels and is not associated with weight gain; in some people, it promotes weight loss. Metformin is one of only two oral antidiabetics in the World Health Organization Model List of Essential Medicines.
    One of my first experiences with diabetes was finding that when I worked out my glucose level would actually increase. That was very frustrating sense I was working out to lower levels of glucose. When I told my doctor she put me on a heavier dose of metformin, 1000 mg twice a day. As with most drugs the treatment of one problem often causes another. There is a whole list of side effects associated with metformin: abdominal or stomach discomfort, cough or hoarseness, decreased appetite, diarrhea, fast or shallow breathing, fever or chills, general feeling of discomfort, lower back or side pain, muscle pain or cramping and painful or difficult urination. Other problems metformin may cause which will usually diminish over time is: Acid or sour stomach, belching, bloated, excess air or gas in the stomach or intestines, full feeling, heartburn, indigestion, loss of appetite, metallic taste in the mouth, passing of gas, stomachache, stomach upset or pain and vomiting. I hope this isn’t too much information!
    My latest experience with metformin was excess air or gas in the stomach. I experienced what seem to be a swelling in my throat followed by belching or burping. I cut my dose of metformin in half and the problem went away. Have any of you experienced discomforts with metformin?

  2. govna

    Let me tell you about my awful 3 year journey with metformin! I dealt with all the horrible side affects for a few years Mostly massive pain and intestinal bloating all that goes with it to the point of doctors taking out my gall bladder then on to a colonoscopy and endoscopy and then on to a stress test! All was "just fine" Finally doc said take me off the metformin since a small percentage of people cannot tolerate metformin. Well low and behold I was one of them! After about two weeks most all of the hellish discomfort disappeared! I now take 50 units of toujeo every morning feel great and found a new lease on life energy wise! I am back baby!!!! It is just a shame looking back on how long I suffered needlessly. Not to mention the metformin wasn't even bringing my sugar down anyhow. All it did was make me extremely sick!!!

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    join the club Metformin was a nightmare too the stomach pain was terrible but lucky my dr took me them a week later

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Diabetes Scholars Foundation Offering College Scholarships For 2017

Diabetes Scholars Foundation Offering College Scholarships for 2017 Are you a high school senior with Type 1 diabetes who is a U.S. citizen (or permanent resident)? Are you are planning to attend an accredited four-year university, college, or technical or trade school this fall? If youve answered yes to both of these questions, you may be interested in applying for one of the various college scholarships being offered for 2017 by the Diabetes Scholars Foundation. The Diabetes Scholars Foundation is a tax-exempt organization committed to supporting educational activities for and about children with diabetes. The Foundation has provided scholarships allowing more than 3,000 people to attend the annual Children With Diabetes Friends for Life Conference and has also funded more than $1.25 million worth of college scholarships for students with Type 1 diabetes. More than 30 scholarships between $1,000 and $5,000 are being offered to students based on a variety of qualifications, including pursing certain majors, living in certain states, or being a student athlete. Full information about the scholarships, including complete eligibility requirements and details on the application and s Continue reading >>

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  1. Tessauc

    Hi,
    I do not normally post anything on forums but on this occasion I feel I must spread the good news. I am semi retired, 66 and have had a high BMI for the last 10 years. My HBA1C readings have been getting higher each year. Last year June 2015 they reached 45 which is in the Pre-Diabetic range of 42-47 with 48 being in the Diabetic range. I was advised that I had to do something or it would inevitably move into the next range. I started by cutting back on “bad” foods and following a non over eating “diet” of “good” mainly low GI foods. I also got myself a bike. I had not ridden a bike for 30 years so that was fun and now the car stays in the garage most weeks and I cycle an average of 5 miles a day( mainly shopping!). I knew about 5:2 and purchased the books before I started in January this year. The thing I like the most is that you can chose your days and what keeps you going is the fact if you have a bad fast day( trouble sleeping) you can eat “normally” the next day ( within your TDEE). I did not weigh myself ( no scales) but I knew I was losing some weight as my shirt sizes started losing the X’s ( I did think the label printer had jammed there were so many!). The main reason I started however was the increased insulin sensitivity results predicted. Early this month I went for the HBA1C blood test having been on the diet for 5 weeks. I scored 39, yes 39 six points lower than previously and 2 within the normal range!This was also my lowest reading for 4 years.
    As HBA1C is an average of the last 2-3 months I can only conclude that 5:2 must have played any important part in this result factored in with the weight loss and exercise since the previous readings in June last year.
    One thing I must say if you believe in omens after day 1 on the diet I was crossing Waterloo bridge when I thought I know that face. It was the man himself Dr Max! I thought can I stop him and ask him about the diet as he must be incredibly busy and may not take kindly to being stopped so I bit the bullet and stopped him. He was a delight and a really nice guy. I asked a few questions and told him what I was doing and he was really interested. You cannot get better information than that my own consultation with the author! Good luck to everyone on the diet.

  2. PeonyLover

    Glad you wrote in! I’m a new member and have an a1c reading which I have been watching for over a decade (US version). I’m curious whether yours has reduced further? I found an immediate reduction after going to a vegan diet, then gradually creeping up again as I added non-plant protein to my diet. I now sometimes have moderate amounts of boiled or poached chicken eggs, fish, roasted chicken meat, and lately, split pea soup made in a slow cooker with a ham hock. My a1c reading shot up at this last item! Otherwise my diet has not changed. I am now wondering if digestion time is a factor? And the rest during the fast daya gives me time to digest everything – no prolonged back-up?

  3. Tessauc

    Hi,
    I am also interested as my results were the first time they have gone down. They are in the normal range so I do not need to reduce them further however I need to wait a couple of more months before I have another blood test. The problem is that now that I am in the normal range I should be re-tested very 12 months according to my local surgery. As I was tested in March I could ask to be tested again in August\September some 6 months after my results. I know I have lost weight and feel much fitter but I am wary of too much monitoring and in fact only recently got a set of scales. I keep a spreadsheet and record monthly changes to my weight and measurements. I also take my BP readings. I am lucky in that I am not a sweet lover and prefer savoury items but I do eat cheese and treat myself to a pasty or pie once a month. I am also not a great drinker and can easily have a coke on a night out. On my non fast days I do stick well within my TDEE and again like salads! One thing i have noticed is that when you go all day on 600 KCal a ‘normal’ meal on your non-fast days now seems a lot.
    Another reason for monitoring too much is simple. The ups and downs get averaged out as I know it will take a couple of ‘bad’ results and I would probably slip back to my old ways. It is like that message about dogs, this is for life not just Christmas. Keep up the good work.

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