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Daily (mom) life with diabetes and no gluten

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Check, check, double check

Last week I had my last appointment with the insulin allergy department in Amsterdam. Because of some minor snowfall all transport in the Netherlands is de-railed and as it had snowed the day before we took off bright and early…. Continue Reading →

How low can you go?

The first couple of days in Groningen have passed and I have survived them remarkably well! Though I do have to get used to being back in a student room and especially not seeing the boyfriend every day is tough…. Continue Reading →

Groningen = gluten free

During the next seven months I am an intern at the University Medical Center Groningen (UMCG). I will be working with gut microbiota in combination with nutrition at the medical microbiology department, and (nerd alert) I am psyched ! Public… Continue Reading →

A new year

The first day of January always feels a little strange (and no, I don’t mean a hangover), it’s a similar feeling to the day after your birthday. A year has passed, thus it is the start of something new, and… Continue Reading →

World Diabetes Day

World diabetes day (November 14th) is the day that diabetes is the center of attention worldwide. It is also the first day of my ‘new’ life with diabetes. Do I feel different? To be honest, not really… yet I know… Continue Reading →

Hospital day 3

Today I was ready for my last vial as I had put in so much effort and time the last two days. However, usually something happens which changes everything again but I was still hoping on getting out today, or… Continue Reading →

Hospital day 2

Today is my second day in the hospital. I haven’t slept very well, or long for that matter. The bed is not very comfortable, it squeaks, I had a bad hypo, and unfortunately I woke up from my roommate a… Continue Reading →

Hospital day 1

I ended up falling into a restless sleep. The boyfriends alarm went off at 06.00 and for some strange reason I couldn’t sleep anymore. I ended up watching some series in bed. I wasn’t very nervous, there was still a… Continue Reading →

It’s time

Last week I have been very busy with forms to request study delay due to medical reasons and trying to figure out how I can improve my situation. The student doctor gave me the advice to call the insurance company… Continue Reading →

Life is like the game of goose…

Life can be a fairy tale, but maybe it’s more realistic to compare it to the game of goose. You can’t always live on cloud nine, or in the case of the game, on geese. Not every square has a… Continue Reading →

Curry sausage

Germany, my second home country. I often go back for groceries and recently I was in Centro, which is a big shopping mall in Oberhausen. Together with my mom  we ‘shopped till we dropped’ and had a great day !… Continue Reading →

Domino’s gluten free pizza

It’s been almost a year since I went to Australia. I was an invited speaker at the World Diabetes Congress and obviously took a vacation prior to the event. It was an amazing time, and one of the things I… Continue Reading →

(No) fail recipe

For me baking cakes is soothing. There is nothing so relaxing to know that you are creating something delicious. After the unfortunate news that my desensitization treatment would still be a while I had a strong urge to bake a… Continue Reading →

Gnomes

Recently I was at my endo for a check-up. Due to the insulin allergy I have unstable sugars and I am either high or low all day. “Did you have any fun hypo’s recently?” my endo asked. Well, actually, they’ve been… Continue Reading →

The phone call

Last Wednesday was October 1st, the date was circled in my agenda. After October 1stI was allowed to call the hospital to ask where I was on the waiting list to get treated for the insulin allergy. This was as… Continue Reading →

Mc Donald’s

Recently I had to go to the hospital in Amsterdam to be tested for insulin allergy. A slightly double feeling, because if they find something at least I know where all my roller coaster sugars are coming from, but also… Continue Reading →

I spy with my little eye; people like me

You are a patient, regardless if you have diabetes, you are celiac or you have hay fever. You are ‘different‘. And sometimes you get confronted with it if you like it or not. For example at a dinner where there… Continue Reading →

And the winner is…

For the corresponding recipe click here Saturday September 13th  2014 there was an actual glutenfree bake-off! This was organized by www.glutenfreewebshop.com. Upon arrival delicious cookies and homemade muffins were waiting to be devoured. With drinks and baked goods we got know each… Continue Reading →

Insulin allergy

Unbelievable, no idea that it was possible but apparently it is… As a person with diabetes you can be allergic to insulin… I am allergic to the adjuvant in long-acting insulin and on top of that I am allergic to… Continue Reading →

Dream come true

Last week Sunday I was visiting my parents. After a nice run in the woods I was scrolling through my Facebook timeline and enjoying the sun. Suddenly I saw a post, got up, kicked off my running shoes and ran… Continue Reading →

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