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Unsolicited advice. You should have something so as not to go off later...just saying.

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Just coffee today. Have lunch and dinner appointments. So, lite for now.

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Jay, don't let the haters get at you. Just think of us....LOL!

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Oatmeal, coffee, water, and 1 don't kill anyone today pill! lmao!

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Sexus: I don't know what kind of diabetic you are I or II. I know for a fact that even though diabetes runs crazy in my family, type II is a lifestyle issue and, though difficult, can be controlled. All the symptoms you mention are due to high sugar levels. My numbers are improving dramatically and I am looking forward to coming off the small amount of insulin I take at bedtime. It's not impossible; takes work but oh, so worth it. The belly fat has got to go! That's where the diabetes is as it's really diaobesity....or spelled something like that....I saw it on Dr. Oz.

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<span style="color:rgb(0, 0, 0); font-family:tahoma,verdana,arial,helvetica,sans-serif; font-size:14.399999618530273px">If I want a piece of chocolate and deprive myself of that, then I could easily eat everything in the pantry trying o satisfy that craving</span>

<span style="color:rgb(0, 0, 0); font-family:tahoma,verdana,arial,helvetica,sans-serif; font-size:14.399999618530273px">yes, me too. unfortunately chocolate is my biggest weakness, so i tend to over do it.</span>

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I've learned and still am learning, that there are really no "bad" foods, if you like something, eat it, in moderation. Portion size and balance of foods is what helps me get healthier. I know myself. If I want a piece of chocolate and deprive myself of that, then I could easily eat everything in the pantry trying o satisfy that craving. And have done so. So, now, (and again, not always...if I made good choices always I would not have diabetes and would not be fat either), if I want a piece of chocolate, I have a piece. And I'll choose a GOOD piece, not quantity. And try not to eat A LOT of it, just a piece or two.

It's been a hard lesson for me, but it does work well for me, when I stop and think before I pop something in my mouth.

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BLT, my last post was in reference to Melvin, not you. I care way too much about people on here, most of whom I'll never have a chance to meet. But I DO care.

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gina~ yes i try to check labels and know some of the "healthy" ones arent. i like granola cereal, but it has alot of fat and sugar in it.

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yet, you are not eating healhy, pure, whole foods sometimes, and while I'm not busting your chops over it AT ALL (bc I'm still fighting the urge to just have chips for lunch), sometimes I wonder when you post your "what's for dinner" in the forums, if you don't know how to cook for yourself, don't want to, or are in that all-too-familiar phase of going for the convenience rather than truly eating good, and good-for-you food. It's not hard to sautee yourself a chicken breast in italian dressing (the easy quick way instead of doing the olive oil/vinegar/seasonings route which takes more steps), cook up a few vegetables, etc. I know people say they don't have time to cook, but if they try, they'll be surprised how creative they can be and not depend on too many packaged meals and convenience food. Sorry. And yes, I like to cook.

Anyway, I'm an italian mama at heart, and I'd like to hear that you are eating more, and also more good foods. Mange, Melvin. Occasionally grab some fruit and veggies that you like. You have to like them or you will not automatically think of chopping them, or grabbing them instead of a hot dog.

Again, I have to take my own advice for my health and also just not to feel bad, ill, fatigued, groggy, etc. Plus, there's always that diabetes thing too for me.

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