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Another study linking high blood sugars and dementia

Started Aug 8, 2013 0 Replies

Here's an article about the correlation between elevated blood sugar levels and dementia.Quoting…Continue

Study says frequent testing = better control.

Started this discussion. Last reply by BadMoonT2 Feb 8, 2013. 6 Replies

Here's an article which says "Frequent blood sugar testing was…Continue

High carb consumption linked to dementia

Started this discussion. Last reply by Leo2 Oct 31, 2012. 18 Replies

This article summarizing recent research published in the…Continue

Tags: dementia, Alzheimer's, diet, carb, fat

New genetic causes of T2 identified.

Started this discussion. Last reply by Melitta Aug 14, 2012. 1 Reply

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The PRIMARY person in my life who has diabetes is
me
The PRIMARY person in my life who has diabetes has
Type 2 diabetes
How do you hope to benefit from TuDiabetes?
Ideas for treatment. Get and give support to the community
Date diagnosed
July 1, 2009
Most recent HbA1C %, date of result (optional)
5.9
Type of treatment/devices you use
Oral, Shots, Diet and Exercise
Tell us more about you (optional)
Treatment:Low carb (between 30 and 50 g/day), metformin, Victoza.

I live in the Ozarks of Northern Arkansas and work in IT

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BadMoonT2 replied to AlexanderB's discussion 'Hello!'
"Congratulations on the progress you have made! Christopher has given you some great advice. I would add that you may not feel well as your blood sugar comes down. Your body has gotten used to very high blood sugars and it will take a while to…"
15 hours ago
BadMoonT2 replied to David Spector's discussion 'BG readings a bit high' in the group Dr. Bernstein Diabetes Solution Group
"It is my understanding that an individuals insulin resistance varies depending on if the bodies store, of insulin, in the form of glucogon is depleted or topped off. For myself my highest reading is invariably in the morning after breakfast and my…"
Wednesday
BadMoonT2 replied to David Spector's discussion 'BG readings a bit high' in the group Dr. Bernstein Diabetes Solution Group
"All kinds, although always stick to low carb. The best for me is none, although It does seem that chocolate milk made with almond milk and sweetened with Truvia does not cause a problem. Since everyone's diabetes is different the best course is…"
Wednesday
BadMoonT2 replied to David Spector's discussion 'BG readings a bit high' in the group Dr. Bernstein Diabetes Solution Group
"Metformin should be helping not hurting your numbers. I generally have better morning numbers if I don't snack in the evening. I don't always follow this advice but it generally holds true. I believe Dr. B recommends eating as soon as…"
Wednesday
BadMoonT2 replied to Emily Coles's discussion 'Humana project: fifth and final question!'
"Your diet will need to accommodate the reality that you cannot safely metabolize carbs. Your meter is a powerful tool for understanding how your body reacts to various foods and will enable you to modify your diet to minimize you chance of…"
Oct 16
BadMoonT2 replied to Emily Coles's discussion 'Changes to the TuDiabetes Administrative Volunteer Team'
"Thanks Bradford, Brian and Dan P for giving of your time to keep tuD the great place it is."
Oct 16
BadMoonT2 replied to Emily Coles's discussion 'Humana project: first question!'
"One problem I had concerning my initial instructions concerning testing was that I was given no goal for what my blood sugar should be. As I practice "eat to you meter" I set a goal of of never exceeding 140 and interpret my tests…"
Oct 14
BadMoonT2 replied to Emily Coles's discussion 'Humana project: third question!'
"Diabetes is very much a do it yourself disease, there are lots of things we can do on our own to make things better. The first step is to educate yourself. Here is a list of resources I found helpful: The First Year: Type 2 Diabetes: An Essential…"
Oct 11
BadMoonT2 replied to 1DebY's discussion 'Low Carb Food- Your FAV?'
"Brisket smoked Texas style with a simple rub of salt and black pepper. Served with coleslaw and NO SWEET STICKY SAUCE."
Oct 11
BadMoonT2 replied to Emily Coles's discussion 'Humana project: first question!'
"Hi Meghan, thank you so much for asking about our experiences with T2. The diabetes online community is a tremendous resource that is largely ignored by medical professionals. True the evidence is anecdotal, but when you hear person after person say…"
Oct 11
BadMoonT2 commented on Judith in Portland's blog post 'Weepy Old Women'
"I recently saw an interview with Sally Quinn. She was asked about how she is coping with caring for her husband, Ben Bradlee, who is dying of dementia. She made the observation that "we all suffer". She and Ben have been blessed with fame…"
Oct 1
amanda02 replied to BadMoonT2's discussion 'An interesting LCHF video' in the group Dr. Bernstein Diabetes Solution Group
"Excellent, informative, and interesting presentation, which is also relevant to those of us who try to follow Dr. Bernstein's advice."
Sep 24
BadMoonT2 added a discussion to the group Dr. Bernstein Diabetes Solution Group
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An interesting LCHF video

Here's and interesting video by Prof. Tim Noakes presented at the Low Carb Down Under conference recently.Noakes is a marathon runner (70+ run) who ate the prescribed high carb diet, he even wrote a book titled "The Lore of Running" in which he promoted high carb for athletes. Despite being fit and eating a "healthy diet" he developed T2 diabetes.He became an…See More
Sep 24
BadMoonT2 replied to Nell's discussion 'Nathan at MGH misinforms on PBS'
"I dislike the term pre-diabetes mostly because it may encourage someone to not take it seriously. However, he makes the point that not everyone who is diagnosed with pre-diabetes gets diabetes, so perhaps it has some utility from that standpoint. I…"
Sep 16
BadMoonT2 replied to Nell's discussion 'Nathan at MGH misinforms on PBS'
"I watched the interview live and had to turn it off half way through. That so much ignorance and misinformation could come out of the mouth of an expert defies comprehension."
Sep 16
lh378 replied to BadMoonT2's discussion 'You need fat to absorb vitamins' in the group Dr. Bernstein Diabetes Solution Group
"Is this label incorrect? http://silk.com/products/unsweetened-original-almondmilk 1 cup almond milk contains 1g protein, that's very little protein. 1 cup of trader joe organic soy milk contains 7 grams of protein. Is there something that…"
Sep 6

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At 6:46pm on July 19, 2014, lotsofshots said…

At 1:10pm on May 29, 2014, Marie B said…

that quilt is amazing. I don't often see such machine embroidery.

hope you've been firing up the 'cue and smoker.

At 8:00am on April 29, 2014, Marie B said…

glad to hear those nasty storms didn't do too much. living in Oklahoma for a few years taught me to listen to the weatherman when he said take cover.

At 9:43am on April 11, 2014, curlysarah said…

Well, I'm quite eclectic as well. I go from jam bands to indie rock to country then classic rock. Really depends on which way the wind is blowing. Both my 17 year old son and 15 year old daughter have been playing guitar since they were 6. They are fantastic and have an amazing ear for music, tone, rhythm, etc. So, we have some pretty cool nights around the fire playing instruments and singing.

I remember Barbara talking about you and your love of cooking. Another thing we have in common. In fact, I'm trying to decide what to fix on the grill tonight. Leaning towards pork.

Sarah

At 6:49am on April 10, 2014, curlysarah said…

Thank you BadMoon.....I love your photos. Music is such an integral part of my life and my kid's lives too. My son's first concert was Ozzie and Zac Wild. I think I've done a pretty good job a raising them right. LOL. Keep in touch. Looks like we've got a lot of cool things in common.

Sarah

At 4:02pm on September 18, 2013, Dave Davis said…

Yes I hope it does too. :) Thanks for being a friend out here! :)

At 8:01am on September 5, 2013, jrtpup said…

You were right, visited a friend in Indy for a long weekend, glad the shoulder happened after! Tripped over a dog gate. Ni driving for a good month; every car in our driveway is stick lol Thanks for the good wishes my friend.

At 10:57pm on September 3, 2013, FHS said…

Hah Badmoon, I check my page once every few months it seems and I completely missed the blog post on Cleveland sports teams.

These are not the worst of times, only the latest. The Fumble, the Drive, the Shot, the curse of Rocky Colavito — library shelves groan with the agony of Cleveland fans.

Truer words have never been spoken. Here's to another season of futility!

At 1:56pm on July 24, 2013, jrtpup said…

WOW that looks amazing... where's my bib, I'm drooling....

Twice smoked pulled pork? You've been holding back on me! Do tell ;)

At 6:24pm on July 21, 2013, jrtpup said…

Awesome! Thanks again for the 3-2-1 and recipe ;)
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