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Eating Well with Type 2 Diabetes
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I work on this and still go over on my carbs some days. I enjoy fruits that add up a little faster than the other foods.
The soul would have no rainbow if the eyes had no tears. —MINQUASS PROVERB ~4/18/18
I am not diabetic but my hubby is. Thanks for the good information
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Excellent suggestions. When I was first diagnosed w/type 2 in 2010, it was devastating. BUT when I found SP it was the beginning of the best health of my life. Turned around my diabetes and hypertension w/nutrition, exercise and a short time on medication (and have been off for 7 yrs. now). Hurray for healthy lifestyles.
Excellent article, good need-to-know information.
Great ideas for everyone.
This article is from 2007, listen to your doctor and dietitian as to what to do if some of this info sounds odd.
Please take notice of date of article, there are lots of new research out there that disagrees with this article.
I eat Keto Im T2 DIABETIC , I follow most of this already except some food items that arent low carb enough and have lost alot of weight with 15 or so lbs. to go down from 244. This is a very important article and lessons to learn for Diabetics , thanks.
I looked back at my blood work from a few years ago and saw that my AC1 was in the pre-diabetes range. Have the ranges shifted over the past few years? why would my primary care physician not say anything to me I wonder?
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