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  • Resurgam
    Posted by Resurgam on Jun 25
    This morning I was 226lb, so it seems that I am moving back to a more normal metabolism. I know that I could have ben more severe and gone lower carb, done more exercise, but I know that I can keep up the present levels without stress or strain, so I was patient and it seems that is working.
  • Diabetes Type 2 can have a slow on the starting stage, and the starting symptoms can be confused with signs of stress, being overweight due to bad food diet. In U.S.A more than 24 million people are suffering with Diabetes Type 2. The some of the symptoms are commonly known by the people, if...
  • Diabetes Type 2 is more danger compare to Diabetes Type 2. But i don't know what are the fruits and vegetables are eating when a person suffering with diabetes type 2. If anybody well know the answer, kindly inform to me. Please share your information.
  • Lots of people are Says Ayurveda medicine gives best results to diabetes. One of my friend also suggest the Ayurveda medicine for diabetes. Please anyone get experience in ayurveda medicine. Please share it....
  • JoeLavior
    Posted by JoeLavior on Jun 23
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  • Sean01
    Posted by Sean01 on Jun 21
    Being Type 2 with a heart condition and a whole heap of other stuff ( I have friends with cancer so my problems don't even qualify as real problems) I have to keep a regular check on how things are working internally. (BP, BG, restiung heart beat etc etc) But summer holidays are on the horizon....
  • I've had Obstructive Sleep Apnoea OSA for some 8 years since first diagnosis, after diet controls etc I was referred to a consultant who decided straight away that I needed a CPAP machine to keep my airways functioning through out the night. I was 'given' a CPAP machine on HIRE, as in no charge...
  • After having my annual eye test in March, I finally got around to getting my new spex. Bifocal and graduated lenses again, the frames I had to get new ones as I had run out of safety glasses I acquired when I left the mines twenty odd years ago. They should keep me going for a few years with...
  • Sean01
    Posted by Sean01 on Jun 20
    LBC this morning: you can't be a train driver if you have diabetes Mixed thoughts. Diabetes - different types and different levels of severity Management - some types and levels of severity are easier to deal with than others Personal - we all have good days and bad days. On a good day - why...
  • Sean01
    Posted by Sean01 on Jun 19
    Juneathon is an annual ritual except that it is repeated half yearly with it's slightly colder sibling Janathon the difference - tracksuit trousers but running shorts. You work it out. But back to Juneathon - half way, still trying to exercise twice a day - it definitely works for 3-4 days a...
  • [ATTACH] Breakfast - Egg omelette. Lunch - Thai food (rice, green curry, mince beef, fish, veg), ice coffee 4.4 mmol to 9.1 mmol. Dinner - Vegetable soup Stable but rising glucose after 2am. Lunch was another high carb affair. Surprisingly it managed to stay below 10 mmol. But the peak lasted...
  • [IMG] Breakfast - Handful of Cashew Nuts and a small piece of 72% dark choc - Peak 7.6 mmol Lunch- White seafood beehoon (rice noodles) -Peak 10.2 mmol Tea - Chicken Strips - Peak 6.8 mmol Dinner- Chirashi don - Peak 8.0 mmol There was an unexpected peak of 7.9 mmol after tea and before...
  • Sean01
    Posted by Sean01 on Jun 15
    But seriously now, health before wealth. We all recognise the signs. We should all know our limits and we should all be able to take care of ourselves - at least to a better degree than that which was recently witnessed. Prior to being diagnosed I had tow disastrous moments: being less than...
  • I have been told that I have prediabetes as my blood sugar level is 5. My GP told me that I need to follow a diabetic diet and to look it up online. I am also overweight. I am confused as to what I should be eating and how much. Do I follow a low carb diet or a low GI diet? I need some...
  • Resurgam
    Posted by Resurgam on Jun 14
    This morning I was just 228 lb - just as in only just - but it is progress, and I believe it indicates that my insulin levels are falling, allowing my liver to release glucose when needed. I have not had a really bad mid afternoon slump for a few days, and I am getting more things done, as in...
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