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food Yes or No

Discussion in 'Type 2 Diabetes' started by old sparky, Jan 22, 2018.

  1. old sparky

    old sparky Type 2 · Active Member

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    Hi Resurgam
    My mornings start with one toast crumpet or toast 19/20g carbs 0: 9:00hrs
    Lunch time either fish or cheese or sliced ham 5-6g 13:00 hrs
    Tea time again a sandwich (half slice) cheese or ham 18:00 sometime have a slimming world meal but making sure its under 10g carbs
    thats it unless I feel like a treat of a few (5) crisps
    Keep feeling tired all the time, but put it down to old age, and my depression doesn't help, I don't test myself as my quack advised against it????
    well done for the remission bit. I need to lose about 4 stone.
     
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    Key_master_ Type 1 · Well-Known Member

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    Excellent quote @Guzzler a carb is a carb.. brilliant!! :)
     
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  3. old sparky

    old sparky Type 2 · Active Member

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    You know I like that "A carb is a carb" but you forgot unless its a fuel injector. (sorry couldn't resist that, old motorcycle habits die hard)
    but you are absolutely right by cutting down on my carbs I know its better for me, and I do love my red meat, without the chips now.
     
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