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DiabetesPowerShow.com has been a mainstay in the Diabetes community for more than 10 years. This popular podcast is dedicated to helping people with Diabetes to "Live a Life Full of Power, Passion and Positive Possibilities as we all Thrive with this thing called Diabetes”. Whether you have Type 1, Type 2, or are a family member, friend or loved one of someone with Diabetes (what we call Type 3), we've got you covered, with “all things Diabetes” in an entertaining and motivational way. ENJOY THE SHOW!!!

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Aug 1, 2010

Ginger Vieira is 24 years old and has lived with Type 1 Diabetes and Celiac Disease for 11+ years. She holds 14 powerlifting records in drug-tested, national federations, and is the 2-time winner of the Vermont State Bench Press competition with a record lift of 190 lbs. At just over 5 feet tall, Ginger has squatted 265 lbs and deadlifted over 300 lbs. Today, Ginger is a Cognitive Health & Chronic Illness Coaching Specialist. She works with people who are facing challenges within their health, body and mind. She's currently working on a book that will help people understand the mysterious highs and unexpected lows in their blood sugars, and how to adjust their insulin dosing to prevent those unwanted fluctuations. Her book is planned to be available by January 2011.


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