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Zenthepiglet

506d

I don't really know what to post about but I would like to learn things that could be really helpful to my conditions as someone who has recently learned that they're diabetic.

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    • blaqueteddy

      278d

      Eat more raw foods than processed foods

    • blaqueteddy

      278d

      Eat more raw foods than processed foods

    • ceruleanstar

      451d

      Low-carb diet, lots of water and exercise! I've been taking metformin for a couple of years (I see you're on it, too) and it's not doing me any favors so I plan on asking for something else at my next appointment. Do some research and see if it's the right fit for you. Ask for a referral to a dietician or an endocrinologist (or both!) to help manage your case. Make sure you're getting your diabetic eye exams, foot checks, all that good stuff. I don't know how old you are or what your diabetic story is, but that stuff can sneak up on you if you're not having it monitored.

    • Cuz

      479d

      I drink protein shake in the morning and for dinner I try to have fish, but sometimes I eat pasta try to minimum the pasta

    • Cuz

      479d

      I usually eat a apple

    • healthmatters

      481d

      Keep carbs and sugar below 30 grams a day. Drink water, you can only have berries for fruit.

    • ihaschevy

      493d

      Something that helps me is having a consistent schedule for taking my medication.

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