Sunday, October 04, 2015


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In order to achieve normal blood glucose levels, a diabetic should consume what they are prepared to "cover" with insulin, accounting for exercise; consuming too much or too little food relative to insulin may result in excessively high or low blood sugar levels.  A healthy diet, balanced with fruits, vegetables, proteins and carbohydrates should be maintained.  Diabetics should maintain a reasonable weight, where a person's diet should reflect overall health.

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Growing up on NPH and Regular insulin injections, my mom and I were always grappling with the peaks and valleys (literally) of these insulins.  We were constantly chasing my injections with food or exercise in efforts to keep my blood sugars from spiraling out of control.  And I was a kid.  So there was a lot of talk about snacks, and there was…

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