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1 year ago  ::  Feb 17, 2013 - 11:26AM #5
jaycee99
Posts: 5

This is the most valuble resource I have found since I was diagnosed with type 2 on Aug. 31, 2012.


What a great team!  I have seen Chef Michel Nichan on The Victory Garden on PBS.


I would like to read a brief bio of all the regulars.  Is that info somewhere on the site?


I discovered dLife TV just recently and I am thankful it is still offered in some form.


I am glad the content of the shows are still excellent but I do miss watching it on the TV.  


Please consider offering the program on ROKU also.   I use this to watch quite a few internet streamed programs now. 


 


 


 

1 year ago  ::  Dec 25, 2012 - 5:43PM #4
panmat1
Posts: 660

I watched it on my IPad. I liked it but do see many of my diabetic friends do not use computers. Nancy

1 year ago  ::  Dec 17, 2012 - 8:54PM #3
gima
Posts: 425
type2

Can't watch the show unless it's on television because I don't have internet at home and work won't let me watch it on the computer. Sure missed it on television Sunday. Guess I won't be able to tell any one over 50 about the show unless they have internet access. Please bring it back to television.


Gima


1 year ago  ::  Dec 17, 2012 - 12:04PM #2
copperhairpin
Posts: 855
type2

I watched the new version of dLife tv right from this site this morning and I have to say that I loved it.  It moved faster and kept my attention.  All in all I give it the highest rating.  The disadvantage is my mate and I can't watch it at the same time and he said it was ok because he watched it on tv because of me.  But this morning I told him I want him to watch it on the computer because I KNOW that he actually enjoyed the show on tv.  I think he will.  He always watched it on tv with me.  I will miss the companionship of watching it together but I know that we both will eventually get the use of it in the computer form.


I learned alot about buying cereal.  I knew those things from when I first became diabetic 10 years ago, but I had forgotten most of the details so there was things that I needed to relearn.  I am glad that I got that chance.  Maybe I will make some oats.  I haven't done that in a long time.  I also learned that skim milk is the least desireable of milks and heavy cream is the best to use with dry cereal.  Amazing!!


BY the way I am still a number 1 fan of Mr. Turner!!!!


Sally

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1 year ago  ::  Dec 16, 2012 - 8:21PM #1
sarahlouise
Posts: 146
type2
Ok, I watched it.  I was not impressed.  I do not like having to sit in an office chair to watch your show.  I do not like having to watch the show on a smaller screen, then just used a small portion of the screen for the actual picture.

Now I know the regular show is 30 minutes and there are ads, but not 15 minutes worth of advertising.  the total of the four parts were approxiametly 15 minutes, very weak.

Is this what we are to expect in the future, if so, you have probably lost a viewer.   
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