Thanks very much for visiting my blog. Nutrient tracking is a fascinating tool. I have to give my husband a low potassium diet, but if I eat the same, it's not good, so it's really useful to watch it carefully with the tracker. 9 hours ago
I saw your comment on PRNCSCUP1-2FULL's Spark Page. You may want to have a look at Reversing Diabetes, a Facebook group. Even if you decide not to do Dr. Westman's way of eating, there is a lot of valuable information for diabetics there.
I too was told I would have to go on insulin if I didn't get my blood glucose readings down. I follow Dr. Eric Westman's low carb high fat way of eating and I am losing weight and the numbers are falling.
There are a couple of groups there on Facebook with the same name. The group I recommend has three pictures on it. The picture in the middle will be of a woman holding a half of an avocado in front of her eye.
Thank you for your encouragement on my blog. I didn't exactly fall of the wagon, in so far that I did not eat too much or so. I'm just having a hard time getting back in the habit and routine of working out regularly all through the day. But today I did well. I started out with a long walk with the dog (almost an hour at a brisk pace). The temperature was comfortable enough and it did not feel too muggy even though more rain is expected. It was a pleasant walk. And I've been counting my steps inside also. Now I just need to get some strength exercises in. I've really been slacking there. 4 days ago
Thank for reading and commenting on my blog. I had gastric sleeve surgery in December and have lost over 90 pounds. Had diabetes for over 1o years and got off diabetes meds. It is the carbs you have to watch. Sweets are so addictive. 5 days ago