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I am dropping weight this week and since this is the same week that I initiated breakfast and switched to diet soda, although have not really incorporated a great deal of exercise....I can really tell the difference. Yea! Off to have some of the Jennie-O turkey ham that I purchased along with a boiled egg, and some whole wheat bread that I bought (shame on me, I usually make it)....good news is, I found a kind with double fiber.
I had to have a physical from my own doctor who had to sign some paper work from GHI and I had to have a blood test as specified from GHI Medical. I followed the 500 calorie diet religiously. I had plenty of energy to exercise which I did 5 - 6 aerobic work outs and 3 weight training work outs. I am a personal trainer and I was having an extremely frustrating time loosing weight after the birth of my 3rd child. Yes, I washed my hair and conditioned it.
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in fact, i will soon not even be taking thyroid meds and managing the disease by diet. Get a T3 blood test. Get tested for gluten intolerence. Do some research on Hashimoto and you will find this is nothing like any other type of thyroid disease. it is more of an auto immune disease. Hope this helps. Believe it or not Hashimoto is the most misdiagnosed thyroid disease and MOST medical doctors (even your endocrenoligist may not know how to properly deal with this disease.
Breakfast: Tea or coffee in any quantity without sugar. Only one tablespoonful of milk allowed in 24 hours. Saccharin or Stevia may be used. Lunch: 1. 100 grams of veal, beef, chicken breast, fresh white fish, lobster, crab, or shrimp. All visible fat must be carefully removed before cooking, and the meat must be weighed raw. It must be boiled or grilled without additional fat. Salmon, eel, tuna, herring, dried or pickled fish are not allowed.
Hi everyone. I started the HCG shots today (late afternoon) The doc put me on the "Soup Diet" Can someone please share with me their prescribed diet plan? Im not crazy about the soup diet and I wanted to know if there is a different prescribed 500 cal diet out there, Thanks all.
The 500 calorie diet is incredibly boring: Breakfast: 3 ounces of water with 3 T lemon juice every morning as soon as you get up. 2 hard boiled egg whites only 2 pieces of melba toast 16 ounces of water.
Well I have had every blood test possible and all came back good so I have decided to tx will start after my cataract surgery late December but I have to take off weight my GI would like me to lose at least 8 to 10 kilos I will be on Pegitron 100 and Riba 1200 otherwise he will prescribe Pegasys but prefers I do the Pegitron as for my genotype 1b he feels I will have a better chance I was turned on to a product I am considering using I have checked it out on the internet has anyone tried Li
I don't know how tall you are, but 245 lbs sounds like you are probably overweight. Early type 2 diabetes can be reversed with diet, exercise and lifestyle measures. Early and agressive management will help prevent it progressing and the risk of full blow diabetes and complications. Hope this helps. Let us know how you go.
yeah, been on a variation of that for years now, and the supps...wouldn't feel too hot without them....
They specifically eliminate blood sugar spikes, and keep the blood sugar in a normal range. Blood sugar spiking is another theory as to why many type 1 diabetics gain weight, and these low GI foods reduce it. Just a side note however, when I was on the diet, my blood sugar constantly went low and i had to compensate by eating multiple snacks throughout the day, something that probably offset my pound-shedding.
Also, I looked up folk remedies for acid reflux and learned about apple cider vinager. I have supplemented ACV into my diet and have not seen blood traces in months, although I still feel symptoms...but I suppose it's something a person has to learn to live with.
On one occasion I asked Dr. DeAdamo (Eat right for your blood type) and was told to take bioflavonoids for it. I am beginning to take the supplement now, since the vessel popping has become too annoying to ignore.
it's nice to hear someone mention diet in this thread. i have a lot of the same symptoms and have had all the usual tests (ekg, blood work, chest x-ray, hormone panel - I'm 49) and everything came back NORMAL, whatever that is. Anyone reading this should google MSG. It's a ubiquitious food additive that has been proven to affect people in a BAD way neurologically. I have given up on doctors--they are so out of touch and I feel are just in the game to push the drug remedies.
For one week I ate no carbs, just a chicken breast for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Not a good long term diet, but I was after NOT stimulating the insulin production. The next week I had the same meat, but added a cup of chopped, low glycemic index veggies: Broccoli, asperagus, cabbage, peas, onion, bell peppers, sweet peppers... On the fifteenth day, it was like a breaking fever. That day my pressure dropped to 116/77, and the weekly average has dropped steadily from 115/75 to 112/73.
You will find that it is both the total amount of carbs eaten at a meal and the type of carb that affects your blood sugar. Processed carbs like cereals, breads, cakes, potatoes, anythbing made with flour, sweet fruits, tend to have the biggest effect. Non-starchy veges and regular fat dairy should have a lesser effect. Best cheeses are the unprocessed ones, which have I think 1 g of carb/1 oz serve. But you can look it up. Try eating different amounts of carbs/ meals.
Proper nutrition means to accentuate the positive when it comes to food. I dislike the word diet. “Diet” implies a rigorous, self-sacrificial discipline that’s doomed to fail. Instead, focus on achieving food goals of what you should eat each day rather than what you shouldn’t eat.
Simple question here, has anyone ever had a negative blood test and negative urine test and went on with their daily routine and a month or so later found out you were in fact pregnant while having ultrasound done. If this has happened to anyone or perhaps someone you know, please respond, I'd appreciate the information. Thanks.
Breakfast: Vegitable salad+cereals or South indian idlis or Upma or Dosas and cup of tea without sugar. Lunch : Rice with vegitable curry and Sambar(Lentil boiled in tamarind juce and vegitables) +plain yoghurt Snacks at 4PM: light snacks or seasonal fruit and tea w/o sugar. Dinner : similar to Lunch at 7.
In December 2008, my nurse practitioner (NP) asked if I would be be willing to try a diet to help control inflammatory disease, of which I have MS, arthritis and asthma. I told her I would give it a go. Evidently, some foods contain components that irritate the digestive tract, allowing these components to slip into the blood stream. The immune system thinks they are invaders and goes ballistic, hence the autoimmune response. Arachidonic Acid is a fat associated with inflammation in the body.
YOu don't need to diet to lose weight, but you do need a diet that will help control blood sugars. Your levels of 120 - 150 are still too high. Can your doctor refer you to a nutritionist? ANyway, you need to control how much carbohydrate you eat at each meal. Following an atkins type diet (maintenance phase) / lower carb diet is the way to go. Best way to work out what you can and can't eat is to test 2 hours after eating and to see what your blood sugar levels are.
The diabetic diet works great for me. I have lost 7 lbs! see every 15 carbs = 1 net carb. for breakfast you can have 2 to 3 net carbs, lunch 3 to 4 net carbs, and for dinner 4 to 5 net carbs. Of course i ususally only have 3 to 4 for lunch and 3 to 4 for dinner. They have put me on a 1800 calorie diet, but i ususally only eat around 1200, but only because im just not that hungry. Also you are supposed to eat about every 4 hours. so for snack you can have 1 to 2 net carbs.
I am a 30 Y/O Male in overall good health. I have been living with IBS and Lactose Intolerance for the past 10 years or so. I have a strict diet which doesn't include dairy, beef, or pork products. I have recently been suffering from a rather strange form of diarrhea. The stool is bright yellow, contains mucus, watery, soft, and not formed. I have pain in my lower abdomen and mild flatulence. It has been getting progressively worse.
The easiest way to find out what is going on would be to buy blood sugar meter/testing strips (you can get them anywhere w/o Rx) and test and record for a few days. Test your fasting #, 2 hrs. after breakfast, lunch and dinner and right before lunch and dinner also. Test also when you are symptomatic (ex. test if you feel shaky to confirm if you are really experiencing hypoglycemia or not). From what I understand the post-prandial readings (after meals) are the ones to fail first.
I'm new to insulin, has anyone else experienced higher blood sugar readings after starting Lantus insulin?
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