All Blog Posts Tagged 'days' (6)

Prepare Yourself for a Sick Day

1. Add water to chicken carcass and make broth and freeze

2. Make ginger syrup or lemon syrup for sick days (avoid lugging bottles of Ginger Ale home). Substitute sugar w/ Truvia

http://www.joythebaker.com/blog/2011/06/homemade-ginger-syrup-for-ginger-ale/



3. Freeze white rice in glass jar

4. Keep a jar of apple sauce handy

5. Box of Saltines

6. Buy Vegan unsalted… Continue

Added by mistressbinky on July 20, 2011 at 2:31pm — No Comments

Good Days and Bad Days

I k ow know and beginning to understand what other people in forums and blogs have said about having good days and Bad days.


I was lucky that for the past week they were all god days till today.
Have had no pain or issues, Got great information in finding this Forum site
Great helpful friends that have been in this journey for a long ti e.


Had a massively lower A1c,
Got started on a CGM that I think will be great…
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Added by wallskev on October 22, 2010 at 4:50pm — 1 Comment

Weaning Type 1’s from insulin

This seems to be a burning topic that I thought I’d answered in my previous post but because of Halle Berry

and YouTube videos like “Raw for thirty days”, I must revisit the topic.



What does it mean to “wean” anybody from insulin? It means to withdraw it from their system, take it away from them. People, none of us…

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Added by Michael Barker on April 28, 2010 at 9:30pm — 7 Comments

Sugar Stats reading for last 30 days...

Ok, I have been a little inconsistant, but for the most part added my meds and my readings every day. Missed a couple days, but pretty happy with the results:

http://manage.sugarstats.com/public/chrisharo/last/30

Let me know what you all think and any suggestions or comments would be greatly appreciated.

Added by Chris Haro on May 28, 2008 at 10:47am — 9 Comments

A month can make a difference...

I always heard that is takes 30 days to make a habit stick. I have to agree with this philosophy. On April 1st, I had my A1c done and it was a little high at 7.4%. I have since then made a lot of changes. I have been eating really well, eating quality protiens, low glycemic carbohydrates, as well as plenty of fruits and vegetables. I have also been hitting the gym, or finding ways to exercise at least 3-4 days a week. Has not been easy, but I am finally getting there.



I have recently… Continue

Added by Chris Haro on May 6, 2008 at 12:18pm — 1 Comment

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