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Low Carb and Exercise!

Discussion in 'Low-carb Diet Forum' started by ellagy, Sep 28, 2016.

  1. sohailgagai

    sohailgagai · Well-Known Member

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    David_A_Hughes Type 2 · Well-Known Member

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    I can't abide celery!

    Besides, I didn't have any.
     
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  3. sohailgagai

    sohailgagai · Well-Known Member

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    What type of butter I can have pls tell or cheese is OK which one is low in carb
     
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    nemiabonny Type 2 · Member

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    Ellagy,

    Please understand that I am not contradicting your low-carbing. I cannot because I have never tried it. In all the 25+ years that I have been a type 2, My exercise has always been either running the stairs or walking the stairs, 4 sessions for a total of 1 hour/day.

    Bonny C Damocles
    Male, 80 1/2 years old, 137 lbs., 5'7"
    Diabetes Control Method: D&E
    Past A1c's: 5.2% - 6.3% (5.8% on 10/3/16)
    No Hypos and no diabetes complications
    Not on any pharma drugs for any health problems
     
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    I have commented before, on another thread.

    My current status, on my medical records is "Diabetes Resolved", and I still receive invitations (which I accept) for retinopathy screening, so I think there's definitely some variance in how Practices choose to administer things.

    I'll continue to accept invitations I receive. My optician uses some nifty photographic equipment when I have my routine sight tests done, but I'm hopeful the diabetic screening service have a more in depth experience of interpreting the images.[/QUOTE]
    Because there have been problems with patients missing out on screening when GPs have mis-coded diabetes reversal through diet as "diabetes resolved" instead of "diabetes in remission", Diabetic Eye Screening Programmes will ask for written confirmation that patient's diabetes has resolved. This has to be "approved" by the Clinical Lead before the patient can be removed from the screening database. If GP doesn't send the written confirmation, or if the Clinical Lead thought a GP had mis-coded, the patient would not be removed from the screening database but would continue to be recalled for screening.
     
  6. AndBreathe

    AndBreathe I reversed my Type 2 · Expert
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    Because there have been problems with patients missing out on screening when GPs have mis-coded diabetes reversal through diet as "diabetes resolved" instead of "diabetes in remission", Diabetic Eye Screening Programmes will ask for written confirmation that patient's diabetes has resolved. This has to be "approved" by the Clinical Lead before the patient can be removed from the screening database. If GP doesn't send the written confirmation, or if the Clinical Lead thought a GP had mis-coded, the patient would not be removed from the screening database but would continue to be recalled for screening.[/QUOTE]

    I'm not particularly fussed by you responding to be, but I receive my invitations, and continue to be screened. I'm not sure about the point you're making. Maybe if I'm confused others will be too.

    Apologies @ellagy if this response isn't strictly on-topic.
     
  7. tsalman

    tsalman Type 2 · Member

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    Is there really any difference in health effect of different salts? I'm totally unaware of this!
     
  8. Freema

    Freema Type 2 · Expert

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    yes the more unrafined salts contains a lot of very helthy minerals, so actually the grey salt is the most healthy and also the pink himalaya salt is a lot more healthy than the very white salt where everythking good is taken out.
     
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