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Maybe your glasses need to be checked. Could be you need a different prescription.
Sounds pretty varied way to eat to me.
As long as it includes bacon.;)
I’m always suspicious when the word “healthy” is used.
For me it not just how many carbs one food item has but but what the carbs are.
Grains of any kind and tropical fruit spike my BG no matter how...
It would also be useful to get a BG meter to test how what you eat spikes or doesn’t spike your blood sugar.
I find the meat and dairy section perfectly suitable for me.
What you have?1.4 rise is good.
It’s good to keep a dairy of the results and what you ate.
Then you can make sense of the patterns.
Until you know which foods rise your BG.
I’m five years from being diagnosed and I won’t test for a few weeks then take a week to test to...
It is important to know your starting number. If the raise is more then 2 it is too much and you have to adjust what you are eating.
What was it before you ate., what did you eat and was the 8.2 two hours after first bite?
A lone number means nothing.
Call 911. In Canada the ambulance is free of you are a diabetic.
I don’t have my cholesterol tested. One less thing to worry about.
No need to argue. Just say “no thank you”
The doctor can offer medications but you don’t have to take them. It’s completely your choice.
Is she still eating “healthy whole grains and fruit”?
The only way to know is to test.
Do you have a BG meter?
And “healthy” is up for debate. For me a nice juicy steak is healthy and whole grains is poison.
I find a ribeye steak the most satisfying.
It has a good combination of fat and protein.
My BG is always lower after 2 hours then before my meal.
Also don’t accept “normal” as a answers from your doctor. Normal is just a range and you could be at the high end or low end of normal for your...
I put a sliced onion and garlic on the bottom of the crock with a bit of grill spice, and then the toughest, cheapest fattiest piece of lamb,...
I’m trying to find the source of where I read this. I will add the link when I find it.
Women seem to be more sensitive to disruptions of their...