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  • v HOMEBODY67
    emoticon to the team .... TEMPTATION BUSTERS....say NO MORE!


    You will LOVE THIS TEAM! It's amazingly positive and supportive. The members here are always willing to lend a hand, an ear, or a shoulder. They have done it for me and they will do the same for you!! We are here to support and encourage you on your journey to success. All the best to you on reaching your goals.

    It's great to have you on board. Come and join us on the Forums for some fun and challenges.

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    MJay
    336 days ago
  • v SHARON632
    Hi Donna. It is good to hear from you again. Seems you are doing quite well keeping your blood sugars down. emoticon

    My hubby learned what carbs need to be counted and how to adjust his insulin to cover carbs to be eaten and to level out his blood sugars. He learned what to do but has now reverted to guessing how much insulin he needs...seems it is just too much effort to look up how many carbs he is going to eat in a meal and then do the math to take just what he needs. I wish he would do it the right way as he would use less insulin and stay out of the insurance gap longer.

    My sugars are also going up. I have to eat differently to control the gout flare-ups in my ankles and heels. Many of the things I eat to keep my blood sugars in check have to be avoided or strictly limited to keep the gout under control. If I eat for one thing I screw up the other.....looking for a happy medium. emoticon Sharon

    1195 days ago
  • v ORANGE81
    Glad your blood sugar and things worked out for you. I am feeling so much better and thanks for your encouragement through all my struggles. Glad your winter blues are getting better. In a few short hours it will be February already! emoticon emoticon
    1301 days ago
  • v SHARON632
    Hi Donna. What a GREAT improvement in your blood sugar levels. Lowering your A1c from almost 7 to under 6 in a short time is fantastic. I think you are smart to decide to eat the same as your diabetic husband. It is a very healthy way to eat and it will keep your sugar levels in the safe zone. emoticon I am jumping up and down in joy for your good report. emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon I am so proud of you!
    1303 days ago
  • v SHARON632
    Hi Donna. It's good to hear that Bill's triglycerides are coming down. Isn't it funny how we take our whole life to get into the mess we are in but expect the improvements to come practically overnight. We have to remember that it took us years to develop our health issues so we need to give ourselves equal opportunity to regain our health.LOL I'm looking forward to hearing good news from you on your doctor's visit. Take care. emoticon Sharon
    1337 days ago
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