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by IBD Medical on July 04, 2024

As part of a 5 week exclusive video series, Glucology is partnering up with Warren Bingham to share a behind the scenes walkthrough into his personal insights and experiences of living with T2D. This series hopes to unite us together as we take you through a now and then journey to provide a lens that will inspire, motivate and at the very least share the assurance that you are not alone. 

In the second episode, Warren opens up about the different phases he went through when processing the news about his new lifestyle change that would come with T2D. In his first 3 months, Warren was in disbelief and kept the news to himself and his partner. Not having much knowledge around diabetes, his processing phase included trying to understand how exactly his diagnosis would impact him. Follow his story at this phase where Warren tried to seek an easy answer to one question, which led to a lot of frustration and information-overload. 

However, all of Warren's experience and feelings ultimately led to him realising that the only person that can do anything about this is him. 


Managing diabetes is a complex and ongoing journey, requiring not just medical management but also emotional and psychological support. This is where the power of a strong community becomes invaluable. Having a network of supportive individuals—whether family, friends, or fellow patients—can significantly alleviate the stress and isolation often associated with managing diabetes. A community offers a platform for sharing experiences, exchanging tips, and providing encouragement, making the journey feel less solitary and more supported.

Glucology is deeply committed to fostering this sense of community among those managing diabetes. Our brand goes beyond offering innovative and practical diabetes management products; we are dedicated to building a supportive ecosystem. Through our active online presence, we connect individuals from around the world, providing a space for them to share their stories, challenges, and triumphs. We believe that by bringing people together, we can create a collective strength that empowers everyone in their personal health journey.

Our products are designed with the needs of the diabetes community in mind, offering practical solutions that enhance daily management. From our discreet and stylish diabetes organizers to our fast-acting glucose chews, we aim to make life with diabetes more manageable. But our commitment doesn’t end there. We continuously provide educational resources and tips through our blogs, social media channels, and newsletters, ensuring our community stays informed and supported.

At Glucology, we understand that managing diabetes is not just about blood sugar levels and medication—it’s about living a full, balanced life. By fostering a strong community, we help individuals feel connected, empowered, and ready to face the challenges of diabetes together. Together, we are stronger, healthier, and happier.


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1 comment
by lynn Rapley on August 22, 2022

it was wonderful to hear you speaking about diabetes Warren. i have not seen you in such a long time but have watched what you have been doing since capsule.
your words were very inspiring and made me think i am really not processing my own diabetes properly despite having a specialist. Losing weight and correct diet play a major role in the treatment of diabetes and while i have lost 20kgs i still need to work harder to do so. Sticking to the proper diet, for me, is one of the most difficult aspects of this chronic disease.
thank you for taking the time to speak in this seminar series. I look forward to your next one.


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