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Work out websites and applications are dumb

Discussion in 'Adults with Type 1' started by ali4134, Jan 2, 2012.

  1. ali4134

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    So I went to join spark people today to try and be healthier and exercise some more. First question it asks is if you have type 1 diabetes. I say yes thinking "this is great, they know the disease and maybe have a specified plan for me". Nope, a message pops up saying that their plan is not for type 1 diabetics and then sold not let me sign up until I said I didn't have t1. I would understand a disclaimer, but really? Completely excluded because they think I cannot be both a healthy person and a t1d? Anyone else have trouble With this or know of a better work out/healthy eating site?
     
  2. ali4134

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    Yeah, it made me a little upset. But I cheated and told them I dont have t1..lol. All I do then is follow the diet and exercise routines, but add an extra allotment of carbs and calories if I need to correct a low.
     

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