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Eat Like A Diabetic To Lose Weight

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From my obesity, I am now pre-diabetic and have learned to eat well. Omiting sugar, salt and eating veggies, high fiber foods and protein with a carb helps me chip away the pounds. Slow but sure, and I never give up or give into temptation... See some of my Secrets in the Living with diabetes section...

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Eat 35 grams of fiber a day or more...goal is 50 grams
Low sugar can goods..available at Walmart
Nothing white, no baked goods or anything that says enriched White flour...35 Calorie bread Natures Own Honey Wheat available at Walmart and Equate Fiber Pills
- Submitted by SUNSHINE6442 12/20/2010 in Weight Loss | 2 Comments
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SHARSHMAN1 12/25/2010 9:57:00 AM

    Good job, and keep it up! I was diagnosed in Sept 2010 with type 2 diabetes. I changed my diet to vegan and increased my exercise levels and now 80 pounds lighter and no more diabetes.

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CHUEYSMOM 12/21/2010 2:58:00 PM

    I have fund this to be very true. When I became a diabetic over 6 years ago I dropped 20 pounds very fast ...I was not dieting at all. I was just watching the sugar and carbs that I was eating. Anytime I want to lose a few pounds I just watch sugar and carbs. Diabetes is my life now and I don't want to get any worse. Life style change not diet! emoticon

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