"Good work getting your A1c down!
Question is what are you eating now & what do you like? Not hard to find lower carb substitutes for many foods. Know you have to be careful after lap band surgery with portion control."
Had weight loss surgery a month ago,lost 27 ponunds. Have not been exercising until today, stopped going after the hurricaine. Gained 3 pounds. Having difficulty in chosing things to eat. Anyone have any ideas ! A1C is now 7.5 down from 9.See More
For users of any model of the Medtronic Minimed Paradigm insulin pump.Please note: the exchange, sale or giveaway of items between members that require a prescription from a licensed practitioner, including insulin pumps and pump supplies, is not allowed on TuDiabetes.We encourage you to donate supplies to non-profits such as the Charles Ray III Diabetes Association and Insulin…See More
"I tried Symlin a couple of times. The first time I was pleasantly surprised by the weight loss it caused. It works really well at making you feel full sooner so you eat less. The first time I used it I was way too stupid about it and my regimen was…"
THE WORK I DO IS AT MARY LEE FOUNDATION, I WORK WITH CLIENTS TO REGAIN SOME INDEPENDANCE AFTER A BRAIN INJURY. TEACH THEM TO GROCERY SHOP, HYGEINE, TRANSPORTATION, COOKING, SELF- MEDICATIONS, AND GO HAVE SOME REAL FUN WITH THEM. THEY MAY HAVE A VISIBLE HANDICAPP BUT THEY ARE REAL AND COMPASSIONATE PEOPLE WHO JUST WANTS TO BE NORMAL AGAIN. BUT THEY ARE THE STRONGEST PEOPLE I KNOW. I LOVE MY JOB SO MUCH NO MATTER THE PAY. SEE YOU AROUND, MY FRIEND. PATTI
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