Uau, I'm glad you discovered this. Any time you passed out outside of the hospital? Somethings seems like magic when we found it, isn´t it? I had problems with wake up in the middle of the night with low blood sugar, as 37mg/dl for example. I need to eat lots of food to pass through the night with normal sugar level. But I think this is an usual issue. However it is really crazy how a detail can make our lives much better. Have a good day! kisses
hey Doris, had a great day with my girlfriends as usual, get back home and there's spare ribs in the oven (no bbq sauce, just a dry rub) and #bgnow is 84 SO I have nothing to complain about about!!! see you around tomorrow.
Hello Doris,glad to meet someone close by.
I'm 56 yrs old now,got diagnosed 4 yrs ago,then found out about reversing type 2,every diabetic is different,it
worked with me changed my diet,lost weight and feel like 35 again.I want to retire soon and be able to travel
and enjoy life.I see so so many people i know personally fill carts with tons of pizza,sweets,soda's.I try to warn them but they are just like me they learn the hard way.After changing my diet my sugar kept getting too low so i stop taking medicine wacth what and how much i eat which is not that easy,then again the less you eat the less you want.
Then again nice meeting you
i don't have much time for the net,hope to meet more people.
God Bless You
Now you know how I felt when the typhoon moved to the north of us too and missed us! I feel for the folks out there...but Im really glad it didn't pass us direct hit! Besides....I have enough wheezing sound to handle! LOL
I saw you might get some severe weather today. I had a good time at the guild today. Got a peek at some of the beautiful blocks being made for the raffle quilt. went to lunch w/ my friends and passed out a TuDiabetes card to the waitress as her husband is LADA. We are all going down to Princeton tomorrow to visit another quilting store. while I was gone my "wife" did all the laundry. he deserves a raise.
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