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didi wrote:It is possible that she honestly believes it is the sweet tea that is responsible for the diabetes. And genetics, race and age. Lifestyle covers a lot of territory. Go on any diabetic support group and you will read of people eating meat, dairy and fat but carefully counting carbs as though they are the primary cause of diabetes.
The Smithfield Ham and Philadelphia Cream Cheese people must be awfully glad that she attributes her diabetes to sweet tea. She doesn't say anything about cutting out ham and cream cheese..
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