In this video, Gunnar stresses the importance of building a routine in order to stay compliant with his treatments and remain healthy. He also reminds listeners to keep an open dialogue with their doctors and support teams at CF Clinics. Continue reading Cystic Fibrosis Step by Step: Building a Treatment Routine
I’m not naïve enough to think that I’m going to wake up tomorrow and find that my life is moving forward with cystic fibrosis in the rearview mirror.
We’re still a little bit away from that moment, but that doesn’t mean I don’t have high expectations for treatment development. Continue reading My Wish List for the New Year By Gunnar Esiason
Making it Matter Ep. 14 – Advocacy and Other Things
After our week off, Julia and I come back with lots to talk about. Right after her NYC marathon effort, Julia shipped off to Europe to tour a children’s CF center in the Netherlands. She talks about how much different care is than Continue reading Making it Matter Ep. 14
Making it Matter Podcast Ep. 10 – CF Nutrition
Nutrition is something I love to talk about (well…. ever since I got my feeding tube placed in 2011). It is a vital part of CF care, something that Julia and I approach differently. While my pancreas doesn’t seem to work, Julia knows she is Continue reading Making it Matter Podcast – CF Nutrition
I received a bunch of awesome responses to my Vitamix blog, with most asking about what I actually put into the Vitamix.
So, I’d like to share a few recipes with everyone.
Now remember, I am a cystic fibrosis patient with a feeding tube, so here are Continue reading OWN IT: Bulking Up – A Few Recipes That I Use
This GoPro video definitely shows a behind the scenes look at my life with cystic fibrosis. I tried to capture the maintenance that my body requires for it to fully function. Beyond that I really wanted to give a first person point of view of my Continue reading OWN IT: Living with CF GoPro Part II
This May marks five years since I had my feeding tube placed, or to put it another way, my G-tube has been with my for 1/5 of my life.
It’s a strange thought. For years I rejected the idea of having a feeding tube – Continue reading OWN IT: Five Years with the G-Tube
Living with CF Go Pro Series
It seems like I get an email just about every week from a parent telling me that his or her child has just been diagnosed with the cystic fibrosis. The tone of each email is the exact same. There’s some mix of confusion, Continue reading ICYMI: Gunnar’s Living with CF Go Pro Series Part 1
I have been collecting Ask Gunnar questions for a while now, and for some reason, I haven’t done a post. Time to end that trend. It’s interesting to me that so many people have quite a few similar questions when they reach out to me. Here are a few of the most Continue reading ICYMI: Ask Gunnar