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'The insuleoin Podcast' is brought to you by Eoin Costelloe. Eoin was diagnosed with Type 1 diabetes at the age of 19 and has spent the last few years of his life attempting to re-define diabetes through his online coaching, Instagram page and now podcast.
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The insuleoin Podcast - Redefining Diabetes Eoin Costelloe

    • Health & Fitness
    • 4.9 • 61 Ratings

'The insuleoin Podcast' is brought to you by Eoin Costelloe. Eoin was diagnosed with Type 1 diabetes at the age of 19 and has spent the last few years of his life attempting to re-define diabetes through his online coaching, Instagram page and now podcast.
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    #212: Susan Sloane (Part 2)

    #212: Susan Sloane (Part 2)

    Part 2 of Eoin's chat with Susan Sloane.
    Susan is herself a Pharmacist and also the author of the book “Sweet Genes” which outlines and documents Susan’s experience raising her two sons, Jason and Mark, who were both diagnosed with Type 1 Diabetes.
    In this fascinating story, Susan explains how her son, Jason, was diagnosed with Type 1 Diabetes at just 17 months old, and how her son, Mark, was diagnosed at 9 years old.
    Both finding a passion for managing their health with Type 1 Diabetes, we hear about how Jason became an Endocrinologist, and how Mark become a pharmacist. Both are still practising and helping people to date.
    See Susan’s book “Sweet Genes” through here: Sweet Genes (the book)
    As always, be sure to rate, comment, subscribe and share. Your interaction and feedback really helps the podcast. The more Diabetics that we reach, the bigger impact we can make!
    Questions & Stories for the Podcast?:
    theinsuleoinpodcast@gmail.com
    Connect, Learn & Work with Eoin:
    https://linktr.ee/insuleoin


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    • 31 min
    #212: Sweet Genes: Raising Two Sons With Type 1 Diabetes. One Who Becomes An Endocrinologist, The Other, A Pharmacist, with Susan Sloane

    #212: Sweet Genes: Raising Two Sons With Type 1 Diabetes. One Who Becomes An Endocrinologist, The Other, A Pharmacist, with Susan Sloane

    In today’s episode Eoin speaks with Susan Sloane.
    Susan is herself a Pharmacist and also the author of the book “Sweet Genes” which outlines and documents Susan’s experience raising her two sons, Jason and Mark, who were both diagnosed with Type 1 Diabetes.
    In this fascinating story, Susan explains how her son, Jason, was diagnosed with Type 1 Diabetes at just 17 months old, and how her son, Mark, was diagnosed at 9 years old.
    Both finding a passion for managing their health with Type 1 Diabetes, we hear about how Jason became an Endocrinologist, and how Mark become a pharmacist. Both are still practising and helping people to date.
    See Susan’s book “Sweet Genes” through here: Sweet Genes (the book)
    As always, be sure to rate, comment, subscribe and share. Your interaction and feedback really helps the podcast. The more Diabetics that we reach, the bigger impact we can make!
    Questions & Stories for the Podcast?:
    theinsuleoinpodcast@gmail.com
    Connect, Learn & Work with Eoin:
    https://linktr.ee/insuleoin


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    • 27 min
    BITESIZE #120: Insulin To Carb Ratio.

    BITESIZE #120: Insulin To Carb Ratio.

    This is a bitesize episode of 'The insuleoin Podcast - Redefining Diabetes'. Each week we'll take a look back into the archive of episodes and get you to think and reflective once more about some of the things we've learned over the past few years. In this week's BITESIZE:

    Working out insulin to carb ratio. Analysing your ratios. Not everyone has the same ratio.
    To hear the full episode check out episode #126: “Hot Showers & High Blood Sugars”: Questions From Instagram.

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    • 5 min
    #211: How To Manage Blood Sugar During Cardio + More Instagram Questions

    #211: How To Manage Blood Sugar During Cardio + More Instagram Questions

    In today’s episode Eoin and Graham answer questions from Eoin’s Instagram followers (@insuleoin).
    These questions include:

    How to manage blood sugar during cardio sessions.Differences between varied “Zone” training.If and when Eoin is going on an insulin pumpThe reasons behind the decision.And much more!
    As always, be sure to rate, comment, subscribe and share. Your interaction and feedback really helps the podcast. The more Diabetics that we reach, the bigger impact we can make!
    Questions & Stories for the Podcast?:
    theinsuleoinpodcast@gmail.com
    Connect, Learn & Work with Eoin:
    https://linktr.ee/insuleoin


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    • 23 min
    BITESIZE #119: Not Reacting Emotionally.

    BITESIZE #119: Not Reacting Emotionally.

    This is a bitesize episode of 'The insuleoin Podcast - Redefining Diabetes'. Each week we'll take a look back into the archive of episodes and get you to think and reflective once more about some of the things we've learned over the past few years. In this week's BITESIZE:

    Benefit of the email list. Not throwing in the towel. Trying to separate yourself from the emotion of dealing with your diabetes.
    To hear the full episode check out episode #125: "Don't Throw in the Towel": Listeners’ Stories & Questions.

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    • 5 min
    #210: Mark Cilia (Type 1% Exclusive) [Part 2]

    #210: Mark Cilia (Type 1% Exclusive) [Part 2]

    Part 2 of this week's episode where Eoin chats with one of his clients inside his “Type 1% Better” Programme - an inside look into the programme itself.
    Along with many other features, Eoin’s Type 1% Programme has a private podcast for just the members, and one of the webinars they do on a regular basis is a “Client Hot Seat’, which essentially looks into the success of current members of the community, and how they achieve what they achieve inside the programme.
    This inspires and motivates each member inside the group!
    Before, Mark was admittedly struggling with...
    His blood sugar time in range %.He knew his A1C wasn’t where he wanted it, and was just the average of too many highs and too many lows each day.He was putting a lot of time, energy, and effort into his training, but not seeing any of the results he wanted - leading to fatigue and frustration.
    Since then, he’s “made more progress in the last 6 months, than I have over the last 6 years!”

    Mark has built a significant amount of strength and muscle (without spending hours in the gym each day).Completed a 4km swim, a 6km swim, and his first ever triathlon, all while keeping his blood sugar in the exact place he wanted.Increased his blood sugar time in range % to 90+ each day, week, and month (where he feels his best).Travelled to Brazil eating + drinking unpredictable foods, confidently keeping blood sugars in check.As a result, now has more energy, better quality sleep, clearer focus in work.Mark has some gold to share with us, and practical tips on how he’s made such an incredible transformation!
    Getting a detailed insight into how other members of the programme operate is invaluable to your own progress!”
    As always, be sure to rate, comment, subscribe and share. Your interaction and feedback really helps the podcast. The more Diabetics that we reach, the bigger impact we can make!
    Questions & Stories for the Podcast?:
    theinsuleoinpodcast@gmail.com
    Connect, Learn & Work with Eoin:
    https://linktr.ee/insuleoin


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    • 41 min

Customer Reviews

4.9 out of 5
61 Ratings

61 Ratings

bmalin ,

Eoin has helped me so much

I’ve had type one for about 10 years now. I’ve had a tough time with my original medical teams that helped me manager disease. I was wrongly diagnosed a type two early on and treatment was wrong. I stumbled upon the podcast in the last two years and it’s a game changer. Not just for all the physical tips for treating the disease but Eoin and his guests like Graham, that are honest that the disease is a daily work in proteas but that self care and self confidence are work. I’ve regained my confidence and my numbers have improved but my reaction to mistakes or highs or lows is not as drastic. It’s a great podcast for anyone with the disease or who have family members with it. Thank you Eoin & Co.

Tyler I hate this app ,

Really great show

Very informative whether you have it or not. Highly recommend

mjafr ,

Old Dog, New Tricks

I’ve just stared listening to Eoin’s podcast a week ago. I’m up to #20. Along with a couple other youngsters 😃 on social media , I am picking up new tricks and learning new ways to deal with my diabetes. So, you can teach an old dog new tricks. I’m currently in range about 92% of the time and my last A1C was an all time best of 6.1. I’m now looking to get below 6.
I’m currently on Dexcom G6 and OmniPod 5. I started out in 1970 at age 15. Boiling my glass syringes and the needles. Peeing into a cup to test for sugar. After mixing the water and fizzy tablet, blue was good, orange was bad.

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