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Omnipod Insulin Pump Resources

Below are top resources on SparkPeople for Omnipod Insulin Pump.

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Types of Diabetes

Under normal circumstances, the glucose (sugar) levels in your blood rise after you eat a meal or snack. In response, the body produces a hormone called insulin, which is necessary in order for the body to convert glucose in your bloodstream into usa...  Read more

Exercising with Type 2 Diabetes

If your doctor has diagnosed you with Type 2 diabetes, then she has probably already told you about the importance of adding exercise to your treatment plan. Physical activity can help you improve your blood sugar control, lose weight, and reduce you...  Read more

The Deal with Diabetes

What Is Diabetes? Diabetes is a condition that causes high blood sugar levels. It is a chronic disease that can be managed but not cured. It does not go away. Knowing as much as you can about the disease is the first step to managing it effectively...  Read more

How to Use SparkPeople When You Have Type 1 Diabetes

Welcome to SparkPeople, America's most active weight-loss and healthy living website! This article will introduce you to all of the SparkPeople features that can help adults manage type 1 diabetes, including our Spark*D Diabetes Management Progra...  Read more

The Secret Benefits of Massage

Just got a professional massage yesterday. First one ever. Swedish. Unbelievable relaxation. Took me out of my daily chaos and melted me right into the table. Sound faded into a shadowy haze. Muscles reawakened. Ability to speak--gone. In...  Read more

10 minute Mile today! So pumped! It's been quite s
Updated 7/25/2016 1:21:10 PM

10 minute Mile today! So pumped! It's been quite some time since I've been able to do that. Now to straighten up a bit and hit the shower. My hubs comes home today!!! :)...  Read more

I have insulin resistance. My doctor says I'm a fa
Updated 7/18/2016 8:35:50 AM

I have insulin resistance. My doctor says I'm a fat making machine. Any ideas on how to turn this around so I can start loosing?...  Read more

I'm feeling totally pumped. Bought myself a garmin
Updated 7/16/2016 11:06:20 PM

I'm feeling totally pumped. Bought myself a garmin to keep me in check, and some work out clothes. Even got my fastest work out on the elliptical yet!!!! Yeah, me....  Read more

So I'm super new but really pumped to get started.
Updated 7/12/2016 9:05:37 PM

So I'm super new but really pumped to get started. I'm aiming to just get healthier overall and hopefully she's shed some inches along the way. Any tips for a beginner spark? #firstpost...  Read more

It may be 5:45AM but I am PUMPED for a walk. Can't
Updated 7/11/2016 8:33:23 AM

It may be 5:45AM but I am PUMPED for a walk. Can't wait for the sun to come up. Protein shake here I come! Ps-it upped my calorie budget and now I have gotten smaller! Don't restrict yourself. Lesson learned....  Read more

Insulin: What You Need to Know

Insulin: What You Need to KnowExperts believe even more people with type 2 should take insulin to control blood glucose - the earlier, the better.If you live long enough with type 2 diabetes, odds are good you'll eventually need insulin," says Willia...  Read more

Record your insulin use

Checking your blood glucose and recording the results can help tell you how well your insulin is working.Your doctor needs to look at your blood glucose results and your record of insulin doses. Ask about when your insulin starts to work, when it wo...  Read more

INSULIN RESISTANCE

We will be here to support you during the challenges of trying to lose while dealing with insulin resistance. Type 2 diabetics, PCOSers, prediabetics are all welcome!...  Read more

'Hey, Thatís Exercise!' (Actually, It Might Not Be)

From Fitness MagazineAttention shoppers: Window shopping is not a workout. Which daily tasks do make the cut as exercise? FITNESS Magazine breaks it down here.WalkingDoes It Count? IT DEPENDSA leisurely stop-and-shop visit to the mall won’t ge...  Read more

Sleep & Diabetes: Does the Risk Rise at Night?

A new study published in Cell Metabolism shows that up to 30 percent of people could have a higher sensitivity to melatonin, the sleepiness-inducing hormone that reduces the production of insulin. This is caused by a change to a melatonin receptor g...  Read more