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Pre diabetes and dawn phenomenon + ketosis

Discussion in 'Prediabetes' started by Stevia_queen, Apr 6, 2017.

  1. TheBigNewt

    TheBigNewt Type 1 · Well-Known Member

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    The "Dawn Phenomenon" and the "Liver Dump" are as old as cassette tapes (I had a lot of those things). Pretty vague, pretty undefined, lotta ins lotta outs. I'd get off the idea in general.
  2. toryroo

    toryroo Prediabetes · Member

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    Hi, I'd like to introduce myself - I'm your twin ;) :happy: I remember seeing your posts last year when I also lost a decent amount of weight low carbing (8 kg). I then headed to Oz for work in October / November and got derailed on the plane (impossible to order a low carb meal) then by all my favorite (carby) foods back in Oz, then got back to MIL visit, Christmas etc etc. So now like you I've put it all back on and then some :arghh::banghead::banghead: So glad the weather has turned so salads become an option again! Just had a lovely omlette with my own eggs :chicken::chicken: and fresh herbs, camembert and mushrooms (not worked out how to grow them yet!).

    Anyway just wanted to say you are not alone and good luck getting it back off :happy:
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