Welcome. I agree that cooking for one is really hard anyway. I hope your HgA1C is much better. Losing weight really helps. Tracking your calories really helps a lot and you can find foods that are easy to prepare; chicken breasts, single pieces of meat, frozen veggies, etc. It just takes a few minutes.
Perhaps a cooking class so you can learn to prepare a few healthy things in just a few minutes would be fun.
Great on your activity. A bit of exercise, 30 minutes or so after each meal really helps keep your sugars under control.
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Hi, my name is Ed and I just started this on Monday and I really am enjoying the videos, helps and other portions of the link. I am a former Stud Muffin that now is a Muffin! and wantig to lose weight as well as improve my eating habits which are not much better than a kid! O well, sweating never killed anyone so been riding a stationary bike, doing some weights and resistance bands... any suggestions would be appreciated as I got type 1 diabetis a couple of years ago and came very close to dying when my blood sugar hit 1,700, yep, 1,700, it isn;'t a typo, but God is good and sent some friends by the house who literally stuff me in their car and off to the hospital, I hate cooking! so I really struggle with the food selections and portions.... thanks
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