Sunday Diabetes Blog Week 2015 Check this Blogger Out

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The very first inspiration for Diabetes Blog Week was to help connect our blogging community, and that continues to be the most important reason it’s held every year.  So let’s help foster and continue those connections as we wrap up another Dblog Week.  Share a link to a new blog you’ve found or a new friend you’ve made.  Or pick a random blog off of the Participant’s List, check it out and share it with us.  Let’s take some time today to make new friends.



I discovered a blogger that has a sense of humor, a heavy technical slant, has had type 1 since age 4 so I think about 44 years now.  He writes in German and English and shared really interesting posts this week.  I think I’ll be reading more.  Check out Thomas here at:

3 thoughts on “Sunday Diabetes Blog Week 2015 Check this Blogger Out

  1. Jessica Marshall

    Thanks for sharing Thomas’ blog, he has some great wit to his writing style!

    What hurts me most about diabetes is the constant monitoring and strict dieting, the guilt of not following my diet and the complications that come with it, the diaper bag full of supplies I need to bring with me when I go anywhere. It’s a lot to deal with!

    I’ve been following a great program with scientific evidence that can help all diabetics.. my friend told me about a Doctor who had a segment on Oprah.. his website is

    Have been on his program for 5 weeks.

    Within the first week my blood glucose levels dropped 20-30 points.

    In the last four weeks it dropped even more and I have maintained within 80-110 on my morning checks.

    Have used all the advice in this program and amazingly I’ve eliminated the nightly dosage of Metformin. My goal is to eliminate all medications.

    I really think we need to bring awareness to these types of programs, it’s the only thing that’s offered me a true glimmer of hope.

  2. Thomas Peter

    Ui, I am pleased that you like my blog. With my age, you’re almost right. I have exactly 41 years diabetes, 4 added and you’ll get my exact age of 29 – ups a small miscalculation. You have very exciting professions and a very interesting and informative blog. I especially like the diabetes, which meets the art. Sincerely yours Thomas

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