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  • v NUMD97
    Thanks for stopping by and commenting on my blog, "Is This How It Ends?" All encouragement is always welcome.

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    All the best as you continue on your journey to better health,

    Nu
    1399 days ago
  • v MBTEPP
    Thanks for the encouragement on the January Challenge. I did not mean to sound so dreadful:) I do get plenty of fitness in, but it's the everyday part that is discouraging. I will try again.

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    1968 days ago
  • v TINAJANE76
    Congratulations on four years of maintenance!
    1982 days ago
  • v LADYIRISH317
    I'm in Petaluma, Sonoma County. Where are you moving to?
    2190 days ago
  • v HOUNDLOVER1
    Thank you for your feedback on my diabetes post. I did not put diabetes in remission by losing weight but only by cutting carbs. You right that if I did not pay attention to what I eat at all that I would most likely be at diabetic levels again very quick. Insulin-resistance can probably improve but is partly genetically based. The question is what constitutes a normal and healthy diet. I believe that anyone will damage their body by eating unnatural foods that are highly processed and even foods that are far removed from what they originally were like many grains. But if I can eat a whole food diet that provides all the vitamins, minerals and energy that my body needs then I do not consider that a restrictive "diabetes" diet but one that most people would benefit from. If the result if permanent remission I'll take that.
    Much more to explore. I appreciate your input. emoticon
    2251 days ago
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