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FRIO Insulin Cooling Case Demonstration
FRIO is the evaporative insulin cooling case that never needs icepacks or refrigeration. This is how it works...
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Hi Everyone! Welcome to Type 1 Tuesday! This week I am sharing the FRIO Case with you. We bought this back in 2011 to keep Henry's insulin cool. We've been using it for many years and LOVE it. Wanted to share it with you! BUY FRIO CASE HERE: http://amzn.to/2ipSTid FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/groups/TheDreamflights/ TWITTER: https://twitter.com/dreamflight6000 PINTEREST: http://www.pinterest.com/dreamflight6000 INSTAGRAM: Dreamflight6000 Type 1 Diabetes Journey Playlist: Watch from Day 1! http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLb1cuBigaAAqcuKP3IFHILsJFYRiXCSoB Our Heart Journey: Watch from Day 1! http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLb1cuBigaAApGLG-zNq4c5S8ML9wIaGpq Get It or Forget Series: Watch them ALL here! https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLb1cuBigaAAojtOxSC3PognCVPjpvJp-W Win or Fail Friday Series: Watch them ALL here! https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLb1cuBigaAAr9Mlqaoy5k6oF816OPinC- Need to Contact Me? Amy Dreamflight6000 PO Box 22303 St. Paul, MN 55122 https://famebit.com/#/profile/dreamflight6000 Life of Riley by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/) Source: http://incompetech.com/music/royalty-free/index.html?isrc=USUAN1400054 Artist: http://incompetech.com/
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5 Insulin Mistakes You Need to Avoid - Part 2
4. Storing insulin incorrectly Potency—insulin's ability to control blood sugar—drops when insulin is exposed to heat or extreme cold. The longer the exposure, the less effective it becomes. The ideal conditions? Unopened insulin stored in the refrigerator (set between 36°F and 46°F) should stay potent until the expiration date. An opened vial can be stored at room temperature or in the refrigerator for up to 28 days. Insulin that's been diluted or taken out of the vial should be thrown away after two weeks. The fix: To protect potency, never store insulin in the freezer, in direct sunlight or in the glove compartment of a car. If you're traveling with insulin in a cooler pack, make sure it doesn't freeze. Don't use insulin that's been frozen, is past the expiration date or that's been stored at room temperature for longer than recommended. And make sure the insulin looks 'normal' before each use—no clumps, particles, discoloration or frosting on the inside of the bottle. 5. Skipping or not taking enough insulin If you're so sick you can't eat or are vomiting or have diarrhea, you may think you don't need insulin because there's little to no food in your digestive system. But don't make the mistake of skipping your insulin; blood sugar levels may actually rise higher than usual because your body's under stress. The fix: Work out a 'sick day plan' in advance with your healthcare professional so you know how much insulin to use. And be sure to call your doctor if you've had vomiting or diarrhea for more than six hours, if your blood sugar stays over 240 despite following your sick-day plan, if you have symptoms of dehydration or ketoacidosis such as chest pain, trouble breathing, fruity-smelling breath or dry lips and mouth; or if you're not sure what to do. 5 Insulin Mistakes You Need to Avoid - Part 1 video: https://youtu.be/Tk0usvcV6DA
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Diabetes Hack #1
Traveling for the weekend? Find out several uses for that old thermos you have laying around! Great for keeping your insulin cold on a hot day! Here's how you can follow and contact us. Follow at: Facebook: Living With Like our page! www.facebook.com/livingwithdiabetes.today/ Twitter: LWDiabetes Instagram: LW_diabetes Contact us at: lwdiabetes@gmail.com www.livingwithdiabetes.today Music by: Bensound.com
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Keep Insulin COLD!
Insulin Travel Wallet by Frio will keep your insulin cold for 45 hours! This is great for WROL, SHTF, Camping, or hiking! Diabetics know you have to keep your insulin cold! http://www.facebook.com/skinnymedicyoutube
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Disaster Supplies Kit - Diabetes
Just In Time Disaster Training Library – http://www.jitdt.org This video is part of the Just In Time Disaster Training Library. The library contains the most comprehensive selection of disaster mitigation, preparedness, response and response videos.
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SHBC Insulin Cooler Travel Case For Diabetic Organize Medication Insulated Cooling Bag with 2 ice
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Diabetic Insulin Travel Kit
I am an insulin dependent diabetic and love action sports like motocross, long distance moto touring, off road cycling, scuba diving… you get the picture. If you are an action sports enthusiast or love reading about moto touring the USA, please CLICK to SUBSCRIBE to my channel. http://goo.gl/n9iEsH For those type 1 diabetics with insulin dependent diabetes, you know how important it is to keep all of your diabetic supplies handy. This video is a walk through of my diabetic medicine travel kit and is part one of two. Part two illustrates how to use Constant Glucose Monitoring (CGM) for active sports. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EA2zrw-utWQ Air Travel and Diabetes on Diabetes.org http://www.diabetes.org/living-with-diabetes/know-your-rights/discrimination/public-accommodations/air-travel-and-diabetes/ Medtronic Diabetes insulin pump travel information http://www.medtronicdiabetes.com/tipsonflyingandairportsecurityguidelines TSA Airport Information Card https://www.medtronicdiabetes.com/sites/default/files/library/support/Airport%20Information%20Card.pdf Accucheck Multiclix https://www.accu-chek.com/us/lancing-devices/multiclix.html Medtronic Diabetes http://www.medtronicdiabetes.com REI Coolbox Personal Cooler - Medium http://www.rei.com/product/871154/rei-coolbox-personal-cooler-medium Sizes and options vary MotoForever! http://www.motoforever.com Facebook @ http://www.facebook.com/MotoForeverBlog
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Diabetes Patient Education Insulin Storage
http://www.PreOp.com Diabetes Patient Education How you store your insulins before and after you open the vials or cartridges is most important. Unopened insulins are: * best kept in the refrigerator. * This provides a constant temperature * and they can be kept until the manufacturer's expiration date shown on the vial or pen. Diabetes Patient Education * If unopened vials or pens are stored at room temperature, they can be kept for only more limited periods of time. * At all times, the manufacturer's instructions should be studied and followed. Opened vials are: Diabetes Patient Education * best stored in the refrigerator to provide a constant temperature. * Whether refrigerated or not, opened vials are only good for 28 days. * Once opened, whether stored in the refrigerator or at room temperature, pens or cartridges in use are only good for the limited period of time * stated in the manufacturer's instructions. Diabetes Patient Education
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FRIO INSULIN COOLING WALLET REVIEW!! How To Use The Frio Wallet! | Laina Elyse
MY VLOG CHANNEL: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCJuYL_AJDHgf9BHkOozbdaA Frio Insulin Cooling Wallet: http://www.frioinsulincoolingcase.com Hey guys! Today I’m reviewing the Frio insulin cooling wallet and showing you how to use it! Enjoy :) XOXO -Laina KEEP UPDATED WITH ME! ◇ Twitter: @type1withlaina https://twitter.com/type1withlaina ◇ Instagram: @lainaelyse https://www.instagram.com/lainaelyse/ ◇ Beyond Type One: Laina Wilderman ◇ Snapchat: @type1withlaina Editing Software: iMovie Camera: Canon 70D
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FRIO Insulin Cooling Case Demonstration
FRIO Insulin Cooling Case Demonstration www.FRIOCase.com
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How to use Outdoor Portable Insulin fridge insulin cooler bag
Buy link: http://www.aliexpress.com/item//32597893130.html
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Tips on Insulin Storage | Insulin Stored at what Temperature
Tips on Insulin Storage | Insulin should Be Stored at what Temperature Diabetes and Skin Care | BeatO Diabetes Management System. For more visit at https://www.beatoapp.com/ Follow us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/beatoapp/ Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/beatoapp Follow us on Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/beatoapp How long can you keep insulin at room temperature? How long can you keep insulin out of the refrigerator? Can you use insulin if it was frozen? Is insulin supposed to be refrigerated? Lots of question related to Insulin and in this video you can get the answer in detail. If you store it in fridge then where you have to put your insulin pen and on how much temperature. For more download BeatO app from here https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.healtharx.beato
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Battery operated mini fridge, Diabetes insulin case support AC/DC/Battery
Dison battery operated mini fridge is portable and fashional, support AC100V~240V, DC12-24V, 7.4V battery, battery is interchangeable and rechargeable, could work 12 hours under 35'C before rechargeing, all these functions afford a convenient way for carrying insulin or other heat sensitive medicine whenever and wherever features 1. Portable, lightweight. 2. DC12-24V, AC100~240V, 7.4V battery 3 power supplies 3. 2~8'C under 25'C, keep insulin safe 30 days under ambient 40'C 4. LCD temp display, interchangeable between 'C and 'F 5. Antifreeze: will heat to 2'C while ambient is lower than 2'C automatically 6. Thermoelectric cooling, no Freon and liquid 7. Low power consumption, energy-saving you could order it on our online shop: http://www.aliexpress.com/product-gs/506472501-Diabetes-Insulin-Pen-Case-Mini-Fridge-for-Drugs-wholesalers.html Or contact me directly by sales01@disonel.com P.S. if you think bc-170A is not big enough for longer time traveling, our new product BC-1500A portable medical fridge will be support personal order on Feb, 2012
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Solutions for traveling with diabetes
All the questions you might have about traveling with diabetes and insulin answered and explained by Uwe DIEGEL, Managing Director of MedActiv, worldwide leader in solutions for the transport and storage of thermo sensitive medications. Visit http://www.medactiv.com for more information.
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Cool-ins Insulin Pouch
Introducing Cool-ins Insulin Carrying Pouch!!!
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new diabetic insulin storage 2017
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Diabetic Monitor Case Keeps Insulin Pens Cool
http://www.diabetic-supply-store.com/insulin_protector_case_by_medicool.html Medicool Insulated case keeps cooler pack cold for up to 12 hours. Ideal for daily use and trips where a minimal amount of supplies are required. Like us at facebook.com/DiabeticSupplyStore or call us at 619-462-4290 or toll free 888-787-6554 http://www.diabetic-supply-store.com
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Best Diabetic Travel Carry Bag Review
https://bestdiabetessupplies.com/best-diabetic-travel-carry-bag-review/ Hi, I’m William and I’ve had type 1 diabetes for 38 years. Let me tell you about the best diabetic travel carry bag review. If you’re like me when you travel, you have a problem trying to figure out the best way to keep your insulin cold. It’s also difficult organize all your other diabetic supplies you need to take with you. Now you may know that your Insulin is a protein dissolved in water and it is recommended that you keep it between the temperatures of 36-80 degrees Fahrenheit. If it gets colder it will freeze and if it gets hotter, bacteria will grow breaking down the effectiveness of your insulin. So, if you travel you need to take care of your insulin and keep it cool. Remember it’s not just your insulin you have to look after, there’s a bunch of other stuff too. Think about all the other things you need to take with you. Where are you going to keep: your test strips? meter for testing, snacks for low blood sugar episodes, alcohol swaps for cleaning your fingers, lancets, tissues for wiping your fingers, glucose tabs to get your blood sugar up fast, and your glucagon pen if you get really low so your spouse or friend can get you back to normal? The problem is keeping all your stuff handy, and easy to get to when you need it the most.
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My Diabetic EDC "Maxpedition mini"
My EDC/Traveling Maxpedition Mini Pocket Organizer. Contains: up to 3 Novo Nordisk Insulin injectors + 10 needles. 1 Accu-Chek Mobile, blood sugar tester + 50 extra test. 1 Roll of FRUIT Sugar, 20 pcs. 10 pcs Alcohol wipes. + 1 Mini lamp. And 1 FRIO Insulin Cooling Case. -- The video ends with a Blood Sugar Test.it's on 2,9 mmol/L --
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Medication & Insulin Cooler Wallet (Fail)
Building the first prototype "wallet" with passive Peltier cooling for medication, insulin, or vaccine storage. It could be extremely handy in off-grid situations and should easily be powered by a small solar cell setup (will require some temp control to minimize consumption) As the current draw is reasonable for any USB charger I think this deign truly has merit but I need to increase the insulation and re-test. I think it will also require forced air movement on the hot side but this should be entirely manageable with minimal power consumption. ------------------------------------------------------ Get Social with Me! https://plus.google.com/+EricWilliam http://twitter.com/MKmeOrg https://instagram.com/mkmetech/ https://vine.co/MKme http://www.facebook.com/EricWilliam13 ----------------------------------------------------- My Website and Related: http://mkme.org Patreon: http://www.patreon.com/EricWilliam Store: http://www.mkme.org/index.php/store/ G+ Community!: http://goo.gl/6rMPsi Facebook Page: http://goo.gl/aXg29 ----------------------------------------------------- Cheers!
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Insulin Storage While Traveling
In this video I tell some stories and offer some tips and tricks on how I handle my insulin when I travel! The goal here is to inspire people to get out there and be adventurous despite the need for exogenous insulin. This is not a how to but instead an excuse to push yourself and an opportunity to refuse diabetes from slowing you down. ***DISCLAIMER*** ***Talk to your doctor before making any changes to your healthcare regiment***
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Frio Insulin Pump Cooling Case Review Everyone with Type 1 Diabetes deserves a cure. Donate to the Diabetes Research Institute @ http://diabetesdiplomats.kintera.org/type1diabetesawareness
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Easy way to keep insulin cool in India
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Diabetic Complications with Insulin Pen Holder
Pick up the tool here: https://fbit.co/6dk4 LEATHER INSULIN PEN CASE Incredible diabetes travel case for your insulin, utilize day by day guards your insulin while in it is lying safe in the folds of your pocket. The most amazing fact about this product is that the little case for an insulin pen consumes up insignificant room in a pocket which is much like a Wallet. This Leather Insulin Pen Case is in vogue and ensures your insulin while it is in your pocket or sack. What’s more? It actually provides you with 3 layers of security which help protect your prefilled insulin pen from the components and from physical harm. There is also a little opening in the base which actually shields syringes from stalling out. While not a cooler this case gives protection, keeping up a decent temperature and keeping your insulin cool longer. This super amazing insulin carrying case which is not only attractive and convenient but also extremely useful, measures around 7" long. Blemish Removal Tools: http://amzn.to/2t9q92B
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Diabetes Supply  Things You Must Always Have With You
You can find the full list of must have diabetes supply here: https://goo.gl/Fc3q9J This video will go over a list of supplies you must have and also a few things that you might want to have as well. Download Diabetes eBook: https://goo.gl/qk4j37 Must Haves: 1. Some type of carrying apparatus. This sounds a bit common sense but you need a way to carry your stuff. My bag is an old Cincinnati Reds cooler lunch box. It has the ability to keep things cold if I need it too, has plenty of pockets and it looks pretty cool. Whatever you want to carry is fine. Hey, fanny packs are coming back into style!! 2. Diabetes medicines…This includes anything you take for diabetes. Oral medications and insulin if you take it. One should never be without at least a day’s supply of meds if at all possible. You just never know what might happen while you are away. An accident, inclimate weather, anything that could delay you from getting to your meds can be an emergency. You cannot always count on the fact that you can get to your meds when you need them. If you are traveling for work or vacation, always have the amount of meds you will need while you know you are going to be gone plus at least 1 day. Traveling can be very uncertain. 3. Glucometer and supplies. You should ALWAYS have your glucometer, lancets and test strips with you. Even if it is just going to back and forth to work. I actually keep a spare set of items in my car just in case I forget them. Knowing your blood sugar is very important, especially before you eat, but also at regular intervals throughout the day. Keeping these supplies with you is cruicial in managing your disease. 4. Emergency snacks. I always have a pack of peanut butter and crackers or some type of snack in my bag just in case my blood sugar drops and I need to get it back up. This can be something small, nonperishable and easy to carry for those times when your blood sugar is in that 75 range and you just need to get that sugar up a bit. 5. It may sound a little crazy but I think a must have these days is a cell phone. Most people have one, but for those that don’t it really could mean the difference between life and death in an emergency. Not only can it be used to make a quick phone call or text if you are experiencing problems with your diabetes, but it really can be used for a great tool to identify yourself as one with diabetes and have all pertinent information on the phone regarding meds, allergies, etc. I know it isn’t real trendy, but the screen saver on my phone says “I Have Diabetes. Information in DropBox” I have a folder that comes up first on my phone in Dropbox that has everything an emergency responder would need to know about my medical conditions and contact information. Should Haves: 1. Diabetes Identification. This could easily be a “Must Have” but I think you could get by without this, although I highly recommend you have diabetes identification. There are many ways these days to alert people you have diabetes. Probably the most common is an ID bracelet. These can be simple such as a band that has “I Have Diabetes” engraved on them. They can be necklaces. These items can also be as elaborate to have your name your meds, you medical history on a readable strip. The problem with these is that they are not yet universally readable by every ambulance or hospital. Even something as simple as carrying a card in your wallet or purse that identifies you as a person with diabetes and what you take for diabetes would be extremely helpful in case of an emergency in which you cannot communicate. This is especially important if you go into shock because of hypoglycemia. 2. Although I suggested keeping a snack with you to raise your blood sugar a little. Something else you might want to consider in addition to or instead of that snack is glucose tablets. These are an effective way to bring up your blood sugar and they are pretty weather resistant (extreme heat or extreme cold) where other snacks may melt or fall apart in extremes. Wouldn’t Hurt To Haves: 1. Glucagon Emergency Kit. This kit is used as an injection in case a hypoglycemic patient is passed out and cannot eat glucose tablets. It is only available through a prescription. If you have a history of hypoglycemia, it would be a good idea to talk to your health care provider about having one of these kits on hand. 2. While I wouldn’t call this a necessity, but if you travel longer distances to and from work or school, having some non perishable foods and bottled water in your car would be a good idea (and of course a way to open them if they are cans). Preparation is the key to many things in life and just in case there is a reason you might be stranded because of weather or something, having a few days supply certainly wouldn’t be foolish.
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Diabetes & Insulin: Safe airplane travel
http://www.clearlyhealth.com - All vacations require you to plan ahead. But when you have diabetes, there are a few more things you should keep in mind ...
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Informatics Safe insulin storage
Informatics Presentation on Insulin Storage
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How to store your insulin without electricity
After doing a week or two of research on the internet I found these products to be the most reliable ways to keep your insulin cool for short term storage. By "short term" I'm referring to a few hours or days and perhaps up to a week. For longer term storage solar power or generators should be used or perhaps a natural spring.
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Diabetics Work/Travel bag
Kalidi laptop travel bag. Find it on amazon.
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Portable Insulin Diabetic Meter Carry Case for Diabetes Supplies
http://www.medame.com/insulin-cases.html Portable Insulin Diabetic Meter and Diabetic Meal Menus for Diabetes Prevention Diet for Diabetes Supplies Cools for hours. Join us at facebook/MedicalEquipmentStore or call us 888-787-6554 http://www.medame.com
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Frio Insulin Cooling Case and MedAngel One
Coco and his mom use frio bags daily to keep their insulin at a safe cool temperature. Check out their review about how they work. Coco's mom just ordered a MedAngel One temperature sensor to make sure that Coco's insulin was staying at a safe temperature inside the frio bag when they were out in the Texas heat. See what they found out. For more info about MedAngel One: https://medangel.co/ For more info about Frio Bags: http://www.frioinsulincoolingcase.com/ Please subscribe to our channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC3zFRXyE9x2AK3HKq2aX_Nw?sub_confirmation=1 Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/funboycoco Follow us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/funboycoco/ Follow us on Instragram: https://www.instagram.com/funboycoco/ New Videos posted Daily with special Type 1 Tuesday (type 1 diabetes tips and tricks) videos on Tuesday! Funboy Coco is a family of 3. Coco (Cole) is 5 years old. He has Type 1 Diabetes and was diagnosed when he was 13 months old. Bella is our diabetic alert dog. She is trained to smell and alert to us when Cole's blood sugar is high or low. We post daily videos about our everyday life which includes life with Type 1 Diabetes. We post special Type 1 Tuesday videos that give tips and tricks for dealing with Type 1 Diabetes. Our videos include family trips, game nights, new toy unboxings and life in general.
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Make your own insulin cooler
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Clinical Sequence of Frio Wallets
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Top 10 Travel Tips for Diabetics
Here is top 10 Travel Tips for Diabetics list: 1. Prior to the trip, schedule an appointment with your diabetes team as you will need to bring a letter on medical stationary stating you have diabetes and you use pens/pumps/meters. 2. Bring a written prescription with generic terms of medication you are taking in case you need to get extra supplies or need to visit a doctor when abroad. Photocopy all your relevant important documentation and give a copy to your travelling companion or keep a copy in separate luggage you are bringing. 3. Remember to always bring spare insulin (and spare pen devices), at least 2-3 times the normal amount you would use during the same timeframe. If using a pump, make sure you have adequate spare supplies you may need plus back up insulin. 4. More frequent testing may be necessary so you will need at least double your normal amount of glucose testing strips for the same timeframe plus a spare glucose meter. Don't forget to bring ketone testing supplies also. Always split your supplies into two bags and if possible, give one set to a travelling companion in the event your luggage gets lost. 5. Check on the basic forms of carbohydrates eaten in the countries that you are visiting. While away, it should be possible to select familiar food such as rice, pasta, bread, biscuits and fruit. You may need to schedule an appointment with your dietician to discuss the carbohydrate content of some of the basic foreign foods you may come across while away. 6. Update yourself on you Sick Day Rules/Management and how to manage in the event of illness and discuss this plan with your travel companions. 7. Be Responsible and always carry quick acting carbohydrate in the case of a hypo (low blood sugar level). Be aware of your hypo symptoms and treat as necessary. Advise your travel companions about hypoglycaemia, its causes, and symptoms and how to treat a hypo event. 8. Make sure your travel companions have all emergency contact numbers and home contact numbers to hand if needed. 9. Alcohol may also lower your blood glucose level, so do not drink on an empty stomach. You may need to take an extra carbohydrate snack before going to bed as alcohol has the potential to lower your glucose level hours later or the following morning. 10. Changing normal routines may upset regimes and the only sure way of maintaining glycaemic control is more frequent blood testing. Insulin may be absorbed faster in warm climates, this may cause blood sugar levels to drop which may lead you to reduce insulin doses. You may also have high blood sugar levels from sitting around or eating food with more carbohydrates than usual.
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How to travel with Diabetes - 5 Great travel tips for Diabetics
Here are the tools and products I use: Hurom Slow Juicer: http://goo.gl/MQpbEK Vitamix Blender: http://goo.gl/fGxDMg FRIO Insulin Cooler for traveling: http://goo.gl/9i2Tq6 Dexcom G4 CGM Monitor: http://goo.gl/khMY2N http://www.diabetic-diet-guide.com Get my FREE "50 Quick Tips for a better Diabetic Life" E-Book & Diet Plan: http://goo.gl/bX5hFp In this video, I will show you 5 great tips as how to travel as a Diabetic. I'm diagnosed with Type 1 Diabetes so I have the worse version of it and I travel....a lot! So, I collected some smart tips & tricks and clever solutions for myself and thought I would share it with you so you don't have to do all the mistakes and go through a tough process like I did. It's a time saver and a great thing to have in your "back pocket" of the brain while traveling. Write a comment below about your experiences, tips you have or questions and ideas you have for me. Share it with your fellow Diabetic Traveler and good luck out there in the wide world! :) Get a Free E-Book and Diabetic Diet Plan that I, myself (I hope it's okay that I brag a little, right?) wrote, right here: http://landing.diabetic-diet-guide.com
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Diabetes Travel Bag
This is a view of my Type I Diabetes EDC. Bag Featured: "Condor T and T"
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Five Tips for Diabetes Management
I thought I would share a few tips that help make my diabetes management a little bit easier. These tips include tools for Carb Counting, Insulin Dosage, Insulin Cooling, Diabetes Bags, and Being Regimented.
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Insulin Independent - Frio review
Review of some of the latest Frio products
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Diabetes: How to store insulin
http://www.clearlyhealth.com - Insulin is like most medications—it can be damaged if it gets too hot or too cold ...
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The Novo-Fridge, mini-refrigerator for people with diabetes
An interview with Olaf and Uwe DIEGEL about their invention of a revolutionary new miniature fridge for insulin and other thermo-sensitive medication
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Diabetic Travel Kit
Greg puts together a kit for Oscar
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Using a Frio Wallet at Home
Showing how to use a Frio cooling wallet at home, & how simple the product is to use. Check out our Facebook page for more information and offers: https://www.facebook.com/frioukltd
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Introducing LifeInABox, the world's smallest fridge
LifeInABox is the world's smallest fridge, for the transport and storage of fragile medication such as insulin or growth hormones. A team of the world's best engineers, doctors and patients, led by Uwe Diegel, has developed LifeInABox to help people to travel anyplace, anytime, knowing that their medication is safe, all the time. Discover LifeInABox on Indiegogo on May 17 2017 or on www.lifeina.com
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MedAngel ONE Sensor/Alarm Mobile Application For Proper Insulin Storage
Part one of the Diabetes In Control interview with Amin Zayani co-founder and developer of the innovative MedAngel ONE system designed to alert users of labile medications when they are store outside of normal temperature range.
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Medicool Insulin
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