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Although it is small, my husband is committed to planting a garden each year. He always chooses fresh herbs and one of our very favorites is rosemary. The strong aroma and taste can take any dish to the next […]
Caroline that was a great move on your part. Sometimes you have to find a different doctor when something isn’t right. Good to see that you’re taking care of yourself like that.
Let us know how things go.
Thanks for sharing like that.
Thanks for the story Eleanor30.Work with your doctor he/she will help you out. We’re here for you as well. Wishing you the very best in this.
That’s a great story Laurie S!!!
Your hard work has done you very well. Wow, stopping smoking, a great looking A1C and all of the other improvements you’ve accomplished!!!
Keep up the wonderful work and keep us informed on how you’re doing.
I like the attitude you and your doctor have on this koda2002. He/she is right. I used to complain about my A1C going up a tad bit or a gain of a couple of pounds. My dietitian would basically tell me the same. One time he told me to go and grab a backpack and put in about 70 pounds in it and walk all over with it. I asked him why would I want to…
Thanks for the story. It does take adjustments and I’ll be honest with you when I say that it’s never ending. I keep my bg’s and a1c in normal range mostly. It fluxes with me. Some doctors that don’t know me and what I’ve done to get where I’m at would say that I’m not diabetic. I’ve actually had one a few years ago say that if she don’t see it…
I loved this article. I would love to translate to Portuguese and post on my blog (giving the credits for you, of course). Could I?
My contact is firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thanks in advance,
@Mamamel – I’m so happy to hear you’re good! Take care – Kelsey, Type2Diabetes.com Team Member
@BobbiO – glad to hear you’re feeling good! I hope you are having a good weekend! – Kelsey, Type2Diabetes.com Team Member