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12/22/13 2:14 A

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NEXTSTEPS,

ABOUT 19 months ago I started the "Ideal Protein" diet. While not high protein it was low carb. I've been low carb ever since and off my diabetes meds ever since too. So eating a higher protein, lower carb breakfast and needing less meds is totally consistent with my experience.

James

Edited by: -JAMES- at: 12/22/2013 (02:16)
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thanks for the info!!!

Kathy from southern West Virginia


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12/19/13 10:43 A

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Two interesting articles highlighted in the alert that I set up in Google for diabetes. One discusses how metformin therapy supports women's heart health but not men's, and another about positive results for diabetics eating a large, high protein breakfast re. A1C and reduced med requirements. If anyone does not know how to set up Google Alerts and would like to, here is the starting point. http://www.google.com/alerts

Barbara (aka NextSteps)

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