So what’s to become of all the creatures currently in the SeaWorld (and similar) parks if the parks close down? I remember when the first of these “parks” opened — and it was such a new thing — a sealife circus (as opposed to an aquarium which is basically a sealife zoo.) And except for … Continue reading
So here’s my latest reformulated comfort food recipe with blood sugar, calories, and cholesterol in mind…..
WIFFA GREEN BEAN STEW Continue reading
There’s a long history of using mandarin orange peels to hold small amounts of tea — often stacked like tiny treasure chests in caves so the tea can ferment in the rinds and take up hints of the orange flavor. I don’t leave mine to ferment for years — but a few days makes a … Continue reading
Best things I’ve learned or learned about in the last 3 1/2 months:
(each and every one makes Type-2 Diabetes easier for me….)
–a good reading topics list and shopping list if you or your significant other is leaning towards T2-D.
With the help of these learnings and products, I lowered my A1-C from 8.6 to 8.0 in the first 90 days after diagnosis, and my average afternoon Blood Sugar has gone from 310 to 145. I’ve lost 35 pounds, purely as a side effect of eating a diabetic friendly diet, and I haven’t been hungry or craved since Day-2. It’s a good life. Continue reading
Three months in — and much has changed in my life. I feel remarkably better. A lot of things I’d been attributing to growing older (though I’m in my 50’s) turn out to have been symptoms and side effects of high blood sugar/diabetes. I remember noting in the late spring that I was experiencing some … Continue reading
Warning: If you’re not diabetic, pre-diabetic, or related to somebody diabetic… this post will probably be dull as school-scissors. But it’s full of tools and ideas for living with Type-2 Diabetes! Continue reading