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DISNEY4537 SparkPoints: (146,214)
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7/24/14 10:02 A

Hi and Welcome to Sparkpeople! You have come to the right place!

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BBWILLIA SparkPoints: (41)
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7/24/14 8:38 A

Thanks for the helpful tips.Hopefully, I can get going on losing some weight AND keeping my bs at a good place!

50YEARSAWIFE Posts: 4,533
7/23/14 1:15 P

Welcome. You will find many good articles on Diabetes here at SP. I know that protein is very important. Wishing you the best on your journey.

LOSE4LIFE47 Posts: 69,265
7/23/14 11:28 A

emoticon & best wishes to you.

NANCYPAT1 Posts: 50,659
7/23/14 10:03 A

Welcome - eating late in the evening is sometimes challenging for blood sugar control. I find that something with protein works best and avoiding too many carbs is best for my own bs control. If you are eating your dinner that late, lean proteins and veggies work best for me. If you are just talking about a snack, peanut butter and toast, cheese and crackers, or a serving of yogurt seem to work best.

BBWILLIA SparkPoints: (41)
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7/23/14 9:58 A

I am looking to lower my blood sugar. I have two part time jobs and don't get home until about 8:45. So I need some suggestions as to what would be good to eat so late at night!!!

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