"Weird is a matter of opinion. Other's opinions are not always allowable.. Roll thin slices of cheese and ham together into a sausage and eat that (I do..) This will survive at least 4 hours uncooled and still palatable
Cold sausages are nice..…"
"I see this as a not-very-subtle form of bullying "Look at me, I eat this and I'm not diabetic!!!" So it must be my fault.. ? Food is like religion and tastes in reading or music, mine is none of your business really..
"Well, speaking as a T2 with a lot of testing under my belt, I found that GI was pretty much (bats***) unhelpful.. The difference between low and high GI foods is largely about normal responses, and the two sorts still spiked me just as high and…"
"You eat a lot of protein.. Try putting more fat into your diet and a bit less protein, with the low carbs.. You should eat "good" fats - butter, heavy cream, olive oil, meat fat, not margarine, or sunflower oils... Works for me.. Your…"
"All carbs are hard for diabetics.. Grain foods are hardest of all. One of the advantages for me of giving up wheat is that it's much easier to refuse unsuitable foods when offered.. "I'm diabetic" seems to make people want to…"
"My bee man tells me "honey is fine" and that he eats a pound a week.. His diabetes is rampantly out of control and his feet are rotting.. No, sugar is sugar, who or whatever makes it.. And agave syrup, corn syrup, barley malt extract, and…"
"My friend said something good to me "You can't live for other people"
I don't eat yoghurt, can't stand the stuff, but if you like it, you can eat a pound pot at every meal..
He's a grown-up. Let him alone..
"You need to eat Low Carb, Moderate Protein, High Fat.. It sounds counter-intuitive, but a Way Of Eating that keeps you satisfied and satiated, and does not spike your blood sugars will not make you binge.. "Reducing" diets are for…"
"Low Carb, High Fat, Moderate Protein, My personal favourites are Heavy cream and almond flour. And 90% Lindt Chocolate.
My partner is celiac, and I don't eat wheat or gluten grains apart from the odd cheese oatcake (4g carb) with real butter…"
So you have heard of Giving Tuesday, right? Maybe you have seen the hashtag: #GivingTuesday. If you are like me, confused by all of the messages pointing in different directions floating around social media, you may be wondering, “What is Read on! →
Last Thursday was November 14, 2013, the day we commemorated the birthday of Frederick Banting. Thanks to him we have insulin today. Early that day the International Diabetes Federation released updated statistics for diabetes worldwide, as part of their update Read on! →