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#61 Gwen Morales

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Posted 19 March 2017 - 01:37 PM

Even if you eat just one meal a day and the sugar content is like 40grams --- be ready to inject your insulin.

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Posted 19 March 2017 - 01:57 PM

And...

By the way... yes there is fasting and intermittent fasting. The health benefit of the latter is to boost your metabolism - but this still require you to hit your calorie goal which is minumum of 1200jkal.

However --- fasting is not recommended for diabetic.

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Posted 20 March 2017 - 08:25 AM

No. That make you hypoglycemic. OR if you have diabetes... thats dangerous that cab even put you into coma.

And also, our body needs at least 1200jkal to function (digest, think, read etc. It is the BMR or Basal Metabolic Rate)

I know it would be such a hassle to some to count calories (but not to me. I learned it by practice --- setting up an app to count calories, logging in all food intake, logging in fitness activity, READING AND RESEARCHING NUTRITIONAL VALUES of each food ill eat. But hey, thats me! My methods will be different, but it worked for me. I reversed my Type 2 Diabetes in 2 months time. My blood chem now is flawless)

What am I trying to say here? Diabetes cannot be treated, but can be controlled by:

1. Discipline
2. Eating the RIGHT food
3. Eating the right AMOUNT of food
4. Be physically active
5. Take your medicine

Diabetics, and to everyone. Do not starve yourself. You are just putting your effort to waste and your life at risk.

 

What is most important is we listen to our body and how it reacts to whatever we introduce into it.   As what they would say perhaps, "different folks, different strokes" or perhaps, more accurately, "different bodies, different strokes".   

 

In my case, I have been on a one-meal a day diet for the past 4 1/2 years.  Before I went into this, my FBS, BP, SGPT, SGOT, LDL and triglycerides were all above the prescribed normal range.   Today, everything is normal.  All these were achieved without the benefit of medication.  I refused to take the medicines prescribed by my doctor. 

 

Before, I was always wary whenever I go to bed with someone..... :D  :D  :D  There were times, malfunctions would happen.    :D  :D  :DToday, it is with deep confidence that I welcome going to bed with anyone, except men of course........ :D  :D  :D



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Posted 20 March 2017 - 08:56 AM

What is most important is we listen to our body and how it reacts to whatever we introduce into it.   As what they would say perhaps, "different folks, different strokes" or perhaps, more accurately, "different bodies, different strokes".   
 
In my case, I have been on a one-meal a day diet for the past 4 1/2 years.  Before I went into this, my FBS, BP, SGPT, SGOT, LDL and triglycerides were all above the prescribed normal range.   Today, everything is normal.  All these were achieved without the benefit of medication.  I refused to take the medicines prescribed by my doctor. 
 
Before, I was always wary whenever I go to bed with someone..... :D  :D  :D  There were times, malfunctions would happen.    :D  :D  :DToday, it is with deep confidence that I welcome going to bed with anyone, except men of course........ :D  :D  :D


True. But one day meal is dangerous to someone who have diabetes and not learned his/her diet. Hypoglycemia is real and dangerous.



It is still best to consult an Endocronologist or Diabetes Doctor and FOLLOW what the Drs. recommendation rather than play with his health. Not all diabetics will be lucky as us.

Diabetes is the number 1 killer in the world.

(Imagine they ban cannabis and others while the CULPRIT of death of most people is carbs and sugar? Oh wow. )

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Posted 20 March 2017 - 09:08 AM

True. But one day meal is dangerous to someone who have diabetes and not learned his/her diet. Hypoglycemia is real and dangerous.



It is still best to consult an Endocronologist or Diabetes Doctor and FOLLOW what the Drs. recommendation rather than play with his health. Not all diabetics will be lucky as us.

Diabetes is the number 1 killer in the world.

(Imagine they ban cannabis and others while the CULPRIT of death of most people is carbs and sugar? Oh wow. )

 

Tama.  To those who are already diagnosed as diabetic, one meal a day is dangerous because one's FBS may go dangerously low.






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