BABYCAKES1984

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Friday, May 14, 2010

Ok, I am getting discouraged, I know I can do this, but I don't know. I lost last week and gained it back this week. I did more exercise and had more water, but had a gain. I can't get my blood sugars under control...they are high in the mornings. I need to lose weight and get this under control...I DO NOT WANT to go on insulin. If I know this, why am I not kicking my own butt to do it. I think I am doing ok and end up going over my calorie count...
Anyone have suggestions???

Need them...Thanks a bunch!!!! You are all WONDERFUL!!!!!!!!!!!
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  • DIAMNDSPRKLMOM
    Staying motivated is pretty hard. I am working on being more consistent with my exercise and diet. Every baby step I take in these areas really does help make a difference. emoticon emoticon emoticon
    4010 days ago
  • NEXTYEAR
    I track for my sister who is a diabetic. Limiting carbs is the thing we work on. Increasing vegetables. Lean chicken and pork. Organic milk. Very little processed food. 10 squats a day. 1/2 mile walked.
    For my brother who is prediabetic, his doctor said no white flour, no white potatoes, no white sugar.
    You can do it!! emoticon
    4011 days ago
  • MEDIUMGIRL
    Great advice! Use the nutrition tracker and check where you are before you eat a meal. Drinking the water is key too. You can do it! emoticon
    4011 days ago
  • MEDIUMGIRL
    Great advice! Use the nutrition tracker and check where you are before you eat a meal. Drinking the water is key too. You can do it! emoticon
    4011 days ago
  • MEDIUMGIRL
    Great advice! Use the nutrition tracker and check where you are before you eat a meal. Drinking the water is key too. You can do it! emoticon
    4011 days ago
  • LITTLE_QUEEN
    Put yourself first. You are worth it.

    2. Work out every day -- no matter what. Some of your best workouts happen on days when you're tired or feeling bad.

    3. Count calories and write everything down.

    4. Drink lots of water.

    5. Avoid salt and processed foods. Eat fresh as much as possible.

    6. If you can't be honest with other people about your weight, be honest with yourself. Sometimes it is the hardest thing you have to do.

    7. Ask for help if you need it -- people are willing to support you. Limit your time with those who sabotage you or don't support your goals.

    8. Keep a journal and take pictures so you can see how far you've come emotionally and physically.

    9. If you go off your program, get right back on. Don't wait until tomorrow, Monday or the New Year to get started. Just do it and don't beat yourself up -- no one is perfect


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    4011 days ago
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