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Patrick Holford, Say no to diabetes.
Congratulations. The challenge now is to keep it up.
It gave me kidney problems and anemia even though I took it with food and within the guideline dosage.
I think willpower is needed to control diabetes? When you are tempted by a carbohydrate meal then saying no means willpower has succeeded?
If they are slow release then cutting them wouldn't advisable?
Almonds have a lot of fibre. They may be the culprit?
Sodium and potassium intake is important. Are you getting enough?
My thoughts as well.
I drink Coors every week, a can and a bottle at a time. Today I got my latest results. Hba1c. 30 Since March 2015 I haven't been above that. March...
I am confused to. The bottle's - 330 ml - label states 8.9 carbs but on the internet it states 5 carbs. If it was 8.9 carbs then it shouldn't be...
Then we are all doomed?
Is this an attempt at humour?:)
If you have a bit of cheese that hasn't any carbs surely there won't be an insulin response?
Apples have fibre which slows down the rise in blood sugar.
I was diagnosed T2 five years ago. About two years before I had an ultrasound scan and fatty liver was detected. The doctor recommended dieting...
Lighten up if you want sympathy.
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I read that the first 10lbs of weight loss is visceral fat which means that the liver starts functioning pretty quickly.
`Coors Light. About 4 grms of carbs per bottle. There are 440 ml cans as well.
I have one a day and IMO it is NOT a problem.