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... my body is most comfortable around 75 carbs "per day". ... (7 replies)
... I don't think there is a magic number. ... (7 replies)
... You are a lot like me. I too lost over 60lbs. ... (7 replies)

... That's one very good thing about insulin use. It is pretty easy for me, with moderate exercise, to eat a nutritious diet which doesn't contain lots of fat or red meat. ... (7 replies)
... For instance my CDE told me 42 carbs per meal and 15 carbs per snack. I had to reduce carbs to not more than 30 per meal and no snacks. Then later on I had to eat a bedtime snack and later had to stop. ... (3 replies)
... elmed by everything that has happened to you in the past several months you just do not know which way to go...I'm sorry that life has done this to you...but you need to get a handle on one thing at a time and it will help the others to get into control...First and First again is control the Diabetes.... ... (24 replies)
... To beat diabetes, going on a low carb diet is the way to go? ... (34 replies)
... Marie offered some great advice, but you must keep in mind that how her body responds to carbs and specific foods may be quite different than how other diabetics will tolerate foods. ... (4 replies)
... Your wife may need to adjust the meds she takes for diabetes. She should not allow the blood sugar level to drop below 70. She could pass out or go into a coma. ... (4 replies)
... The more carbs she consumes, the more insulin she has to take, and consequently, the fewer carbs she eats, the less insulin she has to take. And what do you mean by 1 protein? ... (6 replies)
May 12, 2012
... have educated myself but still have a riddle. ... (16 replies)
... So...instead of telling the story about me going completely blind, developing HBP, etc., I'm going to simply produce a few blood sugars over the last week or two. ... (3 replies)
... I will have to see how this plan works for me. ... (38 replies)
Sep 12, 2010
... The above poster is completely on in saying that you have to find something you can stick with. You have to make your diet your lifestyle, no matter how much good it does you you'll have that many more problems if you can't live with it. ... (3 replies)
... The second is what do high glucose levels do to your pancreas. As a T2, your pancreas' islet cells are producing insulin. However, high glucose levels are toxic to islet cells. A paper I read showed that 7. ... (11 replies)
... As I am writing this, I am a little bit frustrated. I am 26, male, and I weigh around 145ish. My dad is a diabetic, and has about every other kind of legal issue that you can imagine. I have learned from any of the mistakes that he has made, along with my mother. ... (1 replies)
... t really be a diet but a way of eating. ... (15 replies)
Diabetic snacks
Sep 9, 2005
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Diabetic snacks
Sep 9, 2005
... a blood sugar of 136. That is too high a number unless you ate dinner 2 hrs before! Are you on amaryl only? ... (10 replies)
... point difference in blood sugar. I honestly think testing right before and after a meal and keeping track of those foods and numbers would be more helpful than what the doctor has me doing now which is testing twice a day. ... (22 replies)

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