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My blood sugar....

Sunday, January 07, 2018

... today it is 395 :/ I haven’t checked it in a while because I was traveling and then catching up at work

This is a problem. Good thing I have an endocrinologist appointment next Monday ... I will probably be put on insulin.

I’m just sitting here seeing my life flash before my eyes. I can’t let this go on. Something’s got to change. My whole lifestyle needs to change.

So far, I’ve been making good on my promise of no fast food and no delivery, but the morning elliptical workouts have been sparse. I need to make sure to do it 5x a week. I also need to be more careful about the carbs in my diet..... I’m going to add tracking back into my routine and try to stay under 100g/ day until I can get this blood sugar down.... I’m going to try to eat clean and lots of veggies and not too many calories... slow carbs... I just, I hope I can turn this around. This is the biggest struggle of my life, and if I don’t succeed, I will end up like my friend...........

No more excuses ... this has to happen now.
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  • KIPPER15
    Keep working on this! See what the doctor has to say. weight loss is a big help, eating right is huge. You can do this too!
    434 days ago
    exercise and weightloss can help avert insulin injections
    good luck
    434 days ago
    Keep positive and I know you can do it.
    435 days ago
    It is hard to get your sugar under control but it is possible. My friend worked for months to figure out how many carbs she could eat per meal without it making her sugar go out of the normal range (15/20 gms/per meal) and now she is off insulin.
    435 days ago
    One step @ a time. See what the Dr. says tomorrow. For sure the lower you can get your carbs, the sooner the blood sugar will come down.

    Good luck.
    435 days ago
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