Activities

My personal activities, successfully self managing my diabetes.



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I Believe in MEAT!




As my blood sugars began trending lower, my excitement began growing that my body was adapting to the all-animal based diet. Not even I expected the fasting numbers of the past five days!

Diabetic Carnivory: How Sweet It Is






My workouts have not suffered, energy levels remaining high. My blood sugars are normal, for non-diabetics. I feel mighty fine, as a full-carnivore, do I dine. :)

Day 22 – Diabetic Carnivore





I rebelled against the diabetes care advice the Medical Industry was 'serving', and began following a 'low carb paleo' meal plan since 2009. Not only did I wean off of ALL drugs, insulin, and medical industry services, I have maintained truly normal blood sugars.

A Little Rebellion



I had many fantastic memories that I will cherish forever. I hope to re-attempt this adventure in the future...

Leaving The Wilderness


Want to see the gear I am using on the Alaskan Adventure? While the adventure has not gone according to plans… the adventure continues! Previous posts: Going Wild in Alaska – Intro Going Wild: First 21 Days Leaving the Wilderness   These are generally in the order of my opinion […]

Going Wild Gear List



A diabetic goes ‘wild in Alaska’. This post will describe the first three weeks of my adventure,“Going WILD in Alaska”. The 70 mile canoe ride, half of it solo! Camp activities. Diabetes update. I’ll go into more detail later in the post but in short, I’m still thriving and not just surviving! Yes, […]

Going Wild: First Three Weeks


The adventure will begin in less than three weeks. Make no mistake, I am going! :) I have bought the non-refundable ticket.

Going WILD in Alaska!



I hope you will agree that I am THRIVING with diabetes. Diabetes does NOT have to be a debilitating disease, it does NOT. As I like to say I am 'Thriving! Not just surviving".

Thriving with Diabetes at 55




pork butt is diabetes friendly
I love big butts! ... Boston butts that is. :) Fatty meats are the cornerstone to my diabetes diet.

I LOVE Big Butts


Nobody can stop me from maintaining truly normal blood sugars.

Nobody …



After decades of 'living in the rat race', my love for nature and zest for living was reawakened. Now I try to live 'in tune' with nature as much as possible in the modern world...

Smoke on the Water, Fire in the Sky


I was approached by DiabeticShoeHub to review their diabetic shoe, I-Runners. I agreed. When I agreed, I was typically barefoot so I decided to wear the shoes for short periods of time to allow my feet to adjust to shoes in general and to these shoes specifically. After a couple […]

Diabetic Shoe Review