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mytype1.life was last seen:
Jun 10, 2019
      I’m sorry if I’m asking the wrong person but saw u were tagged in an old post before. I bought the Miao Miao for my 11 year old daughter. What the best iOS app can use on my iPhone ?? Tried to get spike but couldn’t find it in the App Store. Pls help!
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    Type of diabetes:
    Type 1
    Treatment type:
    Dance, spinning, Bodypump, Gym, skiing.
    Here is my story...

    I’ve had diabetes since I was 5 years old.

    I’ve always been active and “healthy”. When I say healthy I mean healthy in accordance to the NHS diet guidelines for diabetes. (oops!)

    I started pumping with the Omnipod in February 2016 and started the Libre in September 2017 .

    I’ve always struggled with reducing my HbA1c and could never understand why... until now!

    My latest results (December 2017) saw a dramatic improvement... from 76 to 52.

    I have a long way to go but I really want to share my experiences in the hope I can help others but also learn from others too.

    My posts will share the highs and the lows, the good days and the bad, the tools I use to manage my diabetes and the odd meal or two (I’m not at all creative in the kitchen!). Note - what works for me may not work for you, I’ve found it’s all about trying and testing because we are all so different!

    Please follow me on Instagram @mytype1.life - share, like, and comment to help me spread the word

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