I’ve been managing Type 1 (T1D) for just over 30 years…about 25 years longer than the promised “CURE” date. Sheesh!
I DO remember what it was like to be normal/nondiabetic, and I like the way that feels. So I do my best to keep my sugars in line, day and night, using a pump and CGM when possible. Aside from using diabetes technology tools, my key to getting decent A1cs for me has been a fairly low-carb diet. That’s especially helpful to T1Ds who have zero c-peptide levels (zero pancreatic insulin production).
Looking forward to connecting to the Tudiabetes community and sharing in the discussions.