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  • Rhaya

    7 months ago

    Hi there Casey

    are you ok? Are you still with me this Reboot?

    Rhaya

  • casey24

    7 months ago

    Hi Rhaya, I'm fine, thank you for asking. I had my A1c test at the end of the reboot & it is down to 7.9. My doctor & myself were quite happy and I'm sure it could have been lower if I left the nuts at night alone (sigh, my downfall). However - I still start everyday with a joe's mean green (it's one of my favourites) & have the same for an afternoon snack. Coconut water for morning snack & lentil or split pea soup for lunch. Pretty boring but they're my fav's. Dinner is always steamed vegetables & a protein - usually coho salmon or a bean burger. I have a standing order for my A1c (every 100 days) so I'm expecting great things with Februarys test. My cholesterol went up a bit (not on meds for it though) so I'm hoping the vegetables at dinnert will lower it. My LDL is 3.83 / HDL is .98 & Triglicerides is 1.65. I'm still taking my 60g of gliklazide with dinner. I've also read keto-tarian by Dr. Cole & think I might give it a try in January, - do you think the fat that it adds will affect my cholesterol?

    You are a great inspiration & I go back & listen to the webinars when I'm feeling down, really glad I took the re-boot & intend to do it again at some point.

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  • fruit question

    Started by casey24, Last reply by Soose on 2018-08-16 10:02:14

    Number of Replies: 1

    does amount of fruit affect blood sugars in diabetics?

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