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  • Helen_Ralph
    Posted by Helen_Ralph on Dec 16
    I am so pleased I am not the only one watching the mince tarts wondering will I or won't I.:happy:
  • Helen_Ralph
    Posted by Helen_Ralph on Dec 16
    I am so pleased I am not the only one watching the mince tarts wondering will I or won't I.:happy:
  • Jeremy_Wood
    Posted by Jeremy_Wood on Dec 15
    Once upon a time, a small boy called Jem was feeling unwell. At night he would toss and turn in his bed and in the daytime he would mope around, feeling rather grumpy and drinking an awful lot of water. His head hurt and he was getting more than a little bit annoyed of going to the toilet all...
  • PatsyB
    Posted by PatsyB on Dec 14
    So even though I am the eldest of the five children I find my younger brothe ris now being asked to eb power of atorny of my mothers affairs...i wa snot even consulted so I am thinking of leaving therm to carry on with their arrangements but staying away from my mother ..I have been going...
  • Hi, everyone. I am type 2 diabetes,my younger brother and father are type 2 diabetes too. Half of Japanese type2 diabetics is not obese. There is my weight within the standard. However, many Japanese believe, "only a lardy figure suffers from diabetes". I write two blog to have them know...
  • yosshie
    Posted by yosshie on Dec 12
    It was snowy today. Although it is snowing, I must jog. So I jog in the room. In Japan, people eat a lot of rice cakes for New Year holidays. But I will eat rice cakes which was made with bean-curd refuse and psyllium instead of genuine rice cakes. Many Japanese gain weight because of the...
  • Just wanted to share my dinner this evening as at times I really can't believe such food is so good for my health! Stay warm in the snow everyone... [ATTACH]
  • AlcalaBob
    Posted by AlcalaBob on Dec 10
    It's now 10th December and I'm starting the Newcastle diet tomorrow - this afternoon we have a Christmas meal and I don't want to miss it. I'm writing this as a way of monitoring progress and to reinforce commitment. I live in rural Spain and my current GP is not supportive. I follow a low...
  • Hi All Is anyone aware of an electronic carbohydrate counter, where to buy etc. Any help would be appreciated.
  • jof1025
    Posted by jof1025 on Dec 10
    Does anyone know if /where we can get new blood testing meters, hosps don't supply them now, unless its your 1st one?
  • Duncan_Scott
    Posted by Duncan_Scott on Dec 8
    I'm type 2 diabetic and I'm moving to China for two years with my partners work. I'm looking for health insurance ......does anyone know of good insurance companies that accept pre existing conditions. Thanks
  • lolabob1
    Posted by lolabob1 on Dec 6
    J UST SAYING HI 2 EVERYBODY FINDING MY FEET STILL T2 THIS SITE IS VERY INFORMATIVE METformin 1 X500m 1 a day and diet at the mo seeing doc next week see what happens then
  • brookj
    Posted by brookj on Dec 4
    I am having trouble with the food diary because it seems to limit the number of foods. This is aproblem if you have recipes with lots of items.Tonight it said my dinner was 116kcals but the salmon alone was 270kcals.It recognised I had eaten it on the recent food list but did not add to the...
  • Diet plays an important role when you are diagnosed with type 2 diabetes. The metabolic disorder wreaks havoc on your blood sugar levels if you do not provide a detailed attention to what you eat and what you avoid. The list becomes long enough to scare you with the mere thought of getting into...
  • Hello all! I’m new to this community and although I do not have diabetes, I do need to watch my triglycerides! I don’t know about you, but I am addicted to sugar! I guess when you look at the bigger picture of all the things I could be addicted to, sugar isn’t so bad, right? Wrong. No matter how...
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