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Daily Express Cure Diabetes on 500 cals a day WHAT!!!?

Discussion in 'Diabetes Discussions' started by alliebee, Nov 29, 2011.

  1. alliebee

    alliebee · Well-Known Member

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    Ha Ha Ha

    That did it you naughty boy, Just went for my paper and brough a pack of the delish snackery

    yum yum yum crunch SMILE :lol:
     
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    mrawfell · Well-Known Member

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    I suppose just drinkiing water all day would be even better.
     
  3. SparkJack

    SparkJack Type 2 · Well-Known Member

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    Original research = 600cals a day. Medically supervised meal replacement shakes etc As we all know there is NO cure. Once a diabetic, always a diabetic.
    The media can be really stupid at times. I feel sorry for anyone who reads articles like this and believes them.
     
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    daisy1 Type 2 · Legend

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    Oh you're so cruel Patch..... :twisted: :lol:
     
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    sue32 · Well-Known Member

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    Oh no.....the pork scratchings fairy has just knocked on my door and dragged me screaming to Sainsburys. Whose fault is it then???? :p :p
     
  6. alliebee

    alliebee · Well-Known Member

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    got to blame PATCH !!!!! ha ha

    personally Id like to give him a hug

    At last a treat that is lo carb and sooooo crunchy :wave:

    snackery indeedy !
     
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    borofergie Type 2 · Well-Known Member

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    Me too!
     
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    viviennem Type 2 · Well-Known Member

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    50g pepperami contains 1.3g carb and 277 kcal. (Collins Gem carb counter)

    Viv 8)
     
  9. ladybird64

    ladybird64 Type 2 · Well-Known Member

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    Viv, you have just made my day :D
     
  10. Grazer

    Grazer · Well-Known Member

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    As my word "snackery" has proved popular, I thought I should point out it's grammatical flexibility. It can of course be a normal noun as in "pork scratchings are good SNACKERY", or a place noun as in "that pub is a good SNACKERY because it sells pork scratchings". It can, however, also be an infinitive verb as in "I was engaged in some excellent SNACKERY with a packet of pork scratchings when the phone rang" It can also be an imperative verb as spoken by mums, as in "Don't SNACKERY with your mouth open" Finally, it can be an adjective as in "these pork scratchings are SNACKERINGLY good" Apologies if I've missed some obvious grammaticL uses - if so, perhaps you can point them out.
     
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