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That’s great! Sounds like you have already seen the benefits of jotting it all down! Katie
Very good one. I put what I eat on my spreadsheet along with the b/g read for that meal. That way I can tell what’s messing with me. I’ve seen foods that would play nice for a very long time and the would go and cause high b/g’s each time I had it for a long time as well. Or it would be vice-versa. Something I still have ‘fun’ trying to figure…
I was shopping last week and noticed that Quaker had peanut butter oatmeal out. Couldn’t believe it. Now I see this one. Cool.
Rolled oats are a delicious way to start your day. The problem: rolled oats are higher in carbs than some of the other breakfast options you may choose such as eggs and breakfast meats.
This breakfast recipe is […]
today i’m okay
Feel good except for eczema flare up on hands that I’m trying to deal with.
today i’m okay
Yep. I’ve been after my wife to get hers checked for years and she don’t have diabetes.
Glad to know you found this useful.
Regular checks are so important for keeping our eyes healthy. I hope everyone living with diabetes can do this.
Good article. I go see my eye doctor every year. She has the diabetic eye exam each time. And each year I wind up with getting a new pair of glasses.
She also keeps an eye on my cataracts as well.
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