Sorry, lost the internet for almost a year.. but I am back. I have not had meds for all this length of time. I am now recently on meds. Actoplus met abd so far so good. Raw has helped alot.Though I find it hard to stick with. I think it is just me being a sabotage to my own efforts... To answer the question about where I am. I am at 635 and Skillman.
hallo Becky, I had a lot of work during the past weeks. Also dealing with diabete! I'm building up an observatory on new aproaches and technology for health. My be some news could be useful also for the friends of tudiabetes! Stay in touch - Cristiano
Thanks for the compliment about my scrapbooking. It's all digital, I don't paper scrap at all. I just print my digital image at costco and put it in a 12x12 scrapbook. It's awesome! You're right about having to really watch food labels. Since I started keeping a food journal as suggested in Blood Sugar 101, I am paying better attention to what I eat. I want to be part of the 5 Percent Club!
Thanks for your comment Becky. The oatmeal I have is called Quaker High Fiber Maple and Brown Sugar. It has a red heart on it which just says that oatmeal helps reduce cholesterol. I will have to buy the other one that is not sweetened or cook my own (which I don't like to do). Anyway, I'm sending a friend request and hope you will add me. Have a good day!
Doctors just don't have time to study up on this stuff. Those of us who have it, do. I've been active online for a decade now and hundreds of other people with diabetes of both types have taught me a great deal.
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