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Brought to you by the makers of Omnipod, Beyond the Bolus explores topics beyond the basics of diabetes management and takes a closer look at the treatment and care of diabetes through the unique perspectives and great minds of people within the diabetes community. Hosted by Dena Gottesman MS, RD, CDCES and Nancy Hanna RN, BSN, CDE, this dynamic duo brings forth their passion for serving patients with diabetes and their curiosity to learn to the series. The episodes will include conversation ...
 
Welcome to Conversations with Anne Elizabeth, the podcast inspired by my book, I’m a Registered Dietitian...Now What? where I have the absolute joy to sit back, relax and have a conversation about nutrition with a variety of people who share their personal story of passion and purpose, especially registered dietitians. I remind you to be great, always, find the joy in each day and to start a conversation that truly matters.
 
Want to cut the fluff and get to the real and raw conversations around diabetes management? Welcome to Keeping it 100 Radio: Uncensored Diabetes Conversations. Type one diabetes is HARD. Join Lissie Poyner, Certified Health Coach, Personal Trainer and NLP Practitioner for T1D’s like you. This podcast is your container for Lissie’s best trainings, lessons and conversations so you can create more predictability in your diabetes management and feel empowered while doing it. Let’s dive in.
 
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Ever been told that low carb meals don't require a bolus? Well, there is more to that narrative that we're not usually told. Every macronutrient plays a role in our bolus strategy, which may be why you still see high blood sugars after low carb, high protein meals! In this episode, Jessica Hrdlicke RD/CDCES is breaking down the role of protein and …
 
On this episode, we review the pharmacology/pharmacotherapy of anticoagulants. We compare and contrast the various agents currently available, and briefly discuss their roles in various disease states (VTE, Afib, etc). Cole and I are happy to share that our listeners can claim ACPE-accredited continuing education for listening to this podcast episo…
 
Conversation 268: Celebrating National Fruit and Vegetable Month with Wendy Reinhardt Kapsak, President and CEO of Produce for Better Health Today’s conversation is with Wendy Reinhardt Kapsak, a previous guest on episode #182 and a registered dietitian who is the President and CEO of Produce for Better Health. We are celebrating September being Na…
 
On this episode, AJ and I discuss the OTC cognitive support supplement called Prevagen. We review the data that supposedly justifies this product being the top seller in this supplement space. These are just our opinions based on the available data. If you disagree, we would love to hear why. Thanks for listening! We want to give a big thanks to ou…
 
On this episode, we cover various menstruation-related disorders. We review amenorrhea, heavy menstrual bleeding, PCOS, dysmenorrhea, PMS, and PMDD. Cole and I are happy to share that our listeners can claim ACPE-accredited continuing education for listening to this podcast episode! We have continued to partner with freeCE.com to provide listeners …
 
Just like anything else in life, our beliefs and approaches in our diabetes management are ever-evolving. As I turn 28, I took some time to reflect on the last few years of living with T1D and how my approach to my management has changed. Inside todays episode I'm diving into Instagram stories I posted five years ago and rating them on a scale of 1…
 
In a recent conversation inside of Keeping it 100, we chatted about the compound effect on our blood sugars. It's easy to get wrapped up in the high blood sugars and how they may impact our health later on. It's a valid fear. From day one of our diagnosis, we're taught to do everything in our power to keep management in check to avoid complications…
 
Have you ever considered added a diabetes alert dog into your T1D management? After this episode, I am 100% interested and inspired. In this episode, Chris Lenzen, joins us to share all about his journey with T1D and his experience working with a diabetes alert dog for 10 years. Not only has he had the best A1C of his life with the support of his d…
 
Conversation 267: August 2022 #EmbracetheHellYeah Conversation I am back with my solo thought-provoking monthly #embracethehellyeah conversation. This August, I am chatting about talking things out with others and to always be communicating. Connect with me:www.anneelizabethrd.com Copyright © 2022 AEHC & OPI Song: One Of These Days Artist: The Gemi…
 
Synopsis: In the second part of this episode, Nancy and Dena continue with impromptu interviews of attendees at the 82nd ADA conference. These talks include topics such as the accessibility of new diabetes treatment technology with Dr. Osama Hamdy, helping patients achieve their diabetes goals with individualized care with Jeremy Beaulieu, glucose …
 
Synopsis: In this episode, Nancy and Dena commence the first part of a compilation of interviews conducted at the 82nd ADA conference. These talks include topics such as exercise with closed-loop therapy with Dr. Laurel Messer, reducing stigma surrounding diabetes with Nicole Patience, and a conversation with this year’s Outstanding Educator in Dia…
 
Insulet has paid the guest speakers of this podcast, Dr. Gregory Forlenza and Dr. Diana Isaacs, a fee to participate in this podcast. Dr. Gregory Forlenza and Dr. Diana Isaacs have an ongoing commercial relationship with Insulet and receive financial compensation for this relationship. Synopsis: In the second episode of Beyond the Bolus, Nancy and …
 
Insulet has paid the guest speakers of this podcast, Dr. Grazia Aleppo and Dr. Amy Criego, a fee to participate in the making of this podcast. Dr. Grazia Aleppo and Dr. Amy Criego have an ongoing commercial relationship with Insulet and receive financial compensation for this relationship. Synopsis: In the inaugural episode of Beyond the Bolus, rec…
 
On this episode, we review various adult immunizations and discuss the changes that were included in the 2022 ACIP updates. Cole and I are happy to share that our listeners can claim ACPE-accredited continuing education for listening to this podcast episode! We have continued to partner with freeCE.com to provide listeners with the opportunity to c…
 
What do things like pizza, burgers and Chinese food all have in common? If you answered "they're impossible to bolus for", this episode is for you! While these meals can be more difficult on blood sugars, they're not impossible to tackle! High carb, high fat meals just take different considerations and different strategies. Inside this episode, Jes…
 
On this episode, we give an overview of cystic fibrosis. We start with some back ground information including some tests involved with the diagnosis. We then discuss the various treatments used to manage the disease and improve quality of life. Thanks for listening! We want to give a big thanks to our main sponsor Pyrls. Try out their drug informat…
 
Conversation 266: The Story, Journey and Passion of Whitney Bateson Today’s conversation is with Whitney Bateson, a registered dietitian who studied pre-med, took an intro to nutrition class and it changed her trajectory. After becoming a dietitian, she found an interest in nutrition and food policy and started working in school nutrition. During h…
 
Spoiler alert: No one 'gets it' the first time. Life with type one diabetes is full of trial and error, but we're never necessarily given the space to go through it. So the question becomes, if we never go through the troubleshooting process, how will we master the foods and activities we love without overwhelm? Inside this episode, Lissie sits dow…
 
Have you ever heard of the term 'beverage inclusivity' or wondered if your health was being considered when alcoholic beverages are being made? In this amazing and unique episode, I sit down with Zeke Bronfman, Co-founder and CEO of XED Beverages, to answer what beverage inclusivity means inside the core of their company. To have options that align…
 
Conversation 265: The Story, Journey and Passion of Kara Wilson, Today’s conversation is with Kara Wilson, a registered dietitian who started off her career in clinical dietetics but always knew she wanted to venture into being an entrepreneur. While she was a clinical dietitian, she worked in the ICU and found a connection to the nursing staff. Wi…
 
On this episode, we discuss the 2022 GOLD guidelines for COPD. Cole and I are happy to share that our listeners can claim ACPE-accredited continuing education for listening to this podcast episode! We have continued to partner with freeCE.com to provide listeners with the opportunity to claim 1-hour of continuing education credit for select episode…
 
On this episode, we discuss pulmonary arterial hypertension (PAH) and the pharmacotherapy options that are currently available. Cole and I are happy to share that our listeners can claim ACPE-accredited continuing education for listening to this podcast episode! We have continued to partner with freeCE.com to provide listeners with the opportunity …
 
Conversation 264: The Story, Journey and Passion of Amy Morel L’Horset, PhD, RD, CDCES Today’s conversation is with Amy Morel L’Horset, a registered dietitian who started off her career in clinical and outpatient care in the Air Force. As she worked with more and more patients, she obtained her CDCES and realized she wanted to expand her counseling…
 
If something doesn't work for you, you have the power to change it! Meet Anna Williams. Type 1 of 19 years. For four years, Anna ate primarily keto (low carb, high fat). While she thought it was best for her blood sugars, she realized it wasn't best for her relationship with diabetes. Inside this podcast episode, Anna shares more about her decision…
 
On this episode, we are joined by Jessa Mae Sabate and Nichole Arroyo (4th year MUSC PharmD candidates) to discuss a patient case looking into the management of advanced liver disease. We discuss hepatic encephalopathy and treatment options for hepatitis C. We also review the management of cholestatic pruritus, insomnia, and some other behavioral h…
 
Conversation 263: July 2022 #EmbracetheHellYeah Conversation I am back with my solo thought-provoking monthly #embracethehellyeah conversation. This July, I am gushing over my appreciation of farmers after connecting with other beef lovers at the #GateToPlate Conference hosted by the Iowa Beef Council. Connect with me: www.anneelizabethrd.com Copyr…
 
Diabetes is a 24/7 job, but does that mean we can put 100% of our energy into it all the time? As people living with diabetes, we're also human. Inside this episode, I brought in my dear friend and co-coach Valeria Garcia and we talk all about how we navigate burnout in our diabetes management. Whether you've been living with diabetes for one year …
 
Conversation 262: The Story, Journey and Passion of Rosanne Rust, MS, RDN Today’s conversation is with Rosanne Rust, a registered dietitian who had a personal journey to nutrition with having a food allergy at a young age and having a creative-in-the-kitchen mom during her adolescence. As she started her career in dietetics, she realized how much s…
 
What's the best diet for people living with diabetes? A balanced one! A question we get inside of Keeping it 100 most often is "what does a balanced meal look like and how do I get it to work for my blood sugars?" Inside this episode, Nutrition Coach Jessica Hrdlicka discusses the PFF Method, taking an ADD IN approach, and how you can make a restri…
 
Conversation 261: The Story, Journey and Passion of Rachel Binkley RD, LD Today’s conversation is with Rachel Binkley a registered dietitian who found how important nutrition was in her life being a gymnast which led her to seek out dietetics as a profession. She didn’t think she would like clinical nutrition but found out quickly, she could be the…
 
On this episode, we review the management of multiple sclerosis. We start with discussing some background information about the disease. We then review the various pharmacotherapy options that are available and even some head-to-head comparative data. We close with an overview of the medications used for the management of symptoms associated with M…
 
When we're initially diagnosed with T1D, we're lead to believe that essentially the only three numbers that matter are the number of carbs we're eating in our meal, the number of units to take of insulin, and the number on our meter. But when we take a holistic approach, we can see that there's so much more to the journey. We always hear, "there ar…
 
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