"You can check the carb and calorie count of things at www.calorieking.com . It shows 2 cups of wholewheat flour as having 145 net carbs, and 814 calories. 2 cups of white flour would be 192 net carbs and 992 calories. Soy flour is 21 carbs and 330…"
I sympathize with the exercise routine. If not for my beloved old dog, I would be able to find infinite excuses not to walk. I don't know if this would appeal to you, but about 8 years ago, when I was at my heaviest, I started…"
"Thanks Judith, I most certainly will try Gerri's crust, and it will be mine...ALL mine!!!! Yvonne, yikes!! I am only up to about 146 on my pizza test (which is why I keep trying it) Really glad I not trying for something that may be healthier,…"
As I posted earlier, I do low carb. I do not follow any particular person, Just keep my carbs under 50 per day and make sure they are almost all veggies, a small amount of fruit (very small) and 1-2 pieces low carb bread occasionally. I…"
"I'm not sure of this, perhaps a higher insulin to carb ratio is required, BUT I don't think most type 2's are on insulin, at least not at first. We generally make eough insulin to cover our need if our diet is not too high in carbs.…"
"The reason I started eating low carb is to keep my bg levels down without using insulin. I have no problem with insulin except for the fact that it makes weight loss exetremely difficult. My fbg at dx was 19 (342). I managed to lower that to 14.5…"
It has been nearly 5 months since dx for me, In my first month on met, I lost 2 lbs., in my second , 3lbs. The last couple of months my weight loss has really picked up. I have not been weighing myself - saving that for the dr.'s…"
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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! →
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