Long story short my neighbor has diabetes. I was just wondering if anyone has any info on a good cookbook? Or a general guideline type of book that they would recommend? Thanx in advance
I know what the problems are but she won't admit it. She goes to dialysis and then comes home and has 2 suckers because they make her feel better. Aggravates the hell out of me. Im thinking that if her and the family actually see the words written down it may make a difference. I'm hoping anyway.
Anytime your A1C is 6.0 or higher you are slowly damaging your organs.
You will die without protein but there is not one single thing in a carbohydrate you can't live without.
Do you mean 30?One thing you must consider with diabetes is that is a lot like cancer in that it is different in everyone that has it. I can pretty much ignore it during the day, but I take about 300 units of insulin when I go to sleep. My biggest problem is my liver, after the pancreas thing. It's genetic, has little to do with what I eat.