Well though I eat very healthy at home but I am a street food and restaurent addict and I end up eating atleast 4-5 times a week, taking huge bolus to cover it.Sugars are stable due to the bolus but…Continue
My ACR has been consistently above the normal ranges for the past 3 years, the ratio has ranged from 40 to 313, though the average results have been between 100 - 200.All my other lab results are…Continue
"Ha. I hear you on the weird looks. When I'm out, my strategy is similar to others mentioned here - salad + protein, dressing on the side. For me, much less opportunity for errors going this way. If something is tantalizing enough on the menu,…"
Well though I eat very healthy at home but I am a street food and restaurent addict and I end up eating atleast 4-5 times a week, taking huge bolus to cover it.Sugars are stable due to the bolus but I wonder if it is healthy.How often does everybody else eat out and what do you eat in generalSee More
"I haven't tried it, since I tend to eat at chain restaurants rather than higher end ones. I would think it probably varies a lot depending on the restaurant. But restaurants in general seem to be getting a lot better with food allergies and…"
"I'm finding more and more restaurants have their menus with nutritional information online. If they don't, I've had some success e-mailing and asking for the information. Knowing the carbohydrate content makes a HUGE difference for…"
"I don't eat out that much now, my closest friend who likes to eat out a lot moved to CA. When I do, I also eat low carb, it's not hard to do, just switch out any carby things for low carb veggies. If I eat dessert I ask for berries. I…"
"On a bad week I might eat out four or five days. That was last week for me. But I almost always get salads or other foods that don't contain a ridiculous amount of carbohydrates. I stay away from pasta and rice completely, and rarely have…"
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