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About ready to give up

Discussion in 'Low-carb Diet Forum' started by C1a1r319, Aug 24, 2014.

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    ))Denise(( Type 2 · Well-Known Member

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    It took between a month and six weeks before I started feeling better on the Vitamin D supplements. There is a more easily absorbed version called DLux which you spray under your tongue.
     
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    Wow that is amazing and I did notice your very great results under your post. Nice work. The HbA1c is amazing in a short space of time so you're definitely doing something very right! :) I also know that the proteins and some of the fattier meats/foods fill you up so therefore you stop eating so much, or having so many carbs and seem better balanced. I'm starting to have some beans with meals - haricot/chick peas/kidney and bgs after meals seem to be much more stable and lower than when I eat say bread, rice, pasta, jacket potatoes. I am definitely going to try this and monitor the results and I am so hoping for some weight loss as I definitely need that :(
     
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