62 minutes | Sep 18, 2019

[118] Living with Diabetes, Managing Blood Sugar + Working with Marginalized Communities with Ariel Lawrence

This episode is brought to you by Ann Marie Gianni Skincare.  For the month of September, they are offering TSM listeners a sample trio of their serums + cleanser and facial oil by purchasing through THIS LINK. This episode is also brought to you by Imperfect Produce. Try out your first Imperfect Produce box for 50% off by using the code HEALTHYMAVEN at checkout. And be sure to check out Imperfect Produce's new podcast, Unwasted, featuring me as the first guest.  Join The Healthy Maven email list. Come take a yoga class with me at The Pad Studios in San Francisco. While I absolutely love having discussions around wellness week-to-week, at times this space can feel quite insular and exclusive. My hope with the podcast is to use this platform to share with voices that are often ignored or overlooked. It's important that we remember that a) health and wellness looks different on everyone and b) every body is deserving of health and wellness. That's why I am thrilled to have Ariel Lawrence on the show today sharing more about her experience with Type 1 Diabetes and the advocacy work she does with marginalized communities with diabetes. Today we are discussing Ariel's own journey with type 1 diabetes and why she uses her platform, Just a Little Suga' to raise awareness around diabetes. We're also chatting about: The difference between type 1 and type 2 diabetes The treatment for type 1 diabetes The experience of marginalized communities with diabetes Why she started her blog, Just a Little Suga' How she is increasing inclusivity in the diabetes community and beyond Her favorite resources when it comes to diabetes awareness and education ...and so much more! Learn more about Ariel Lawrence HERE Join The Healthy Maven Tribe to ask guest questions and to find out who will be on the show before anyone else! http://facebook.com/groups/THMTribe Please don't forget to rate + review in iTunes if you love the podcast. Your comments and subscriptions help us make the podcast best for you!
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