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luvoatmeal wrote:Thank you for the glimpse into your daily life and menu, pinkrose!
Your food sounds yummy! I wish we had those kind of prices here.
Well, I will have to be content with your descriptions of food, and maybe you could post a picture now and then ??? Travelling to China is out of our budget, but thank you for the invitation none the less! Oh by the way, I'll take mine hot
kcwriter wrote:It's 5:30 pm and Friday. Yippee!
I had a nice time at the park with some moms and the kids got to run and play. I didn't think to bring a snack but one of the moms brought cheapo pizza and another brought carrots and pumpkin seeds.
I got past the pizza.
Well, about the fake soy. I am a month into this program and utilize tofu and some fake soy once or so a week. Is it really that bad? I bought some 'better than cream cheese tofutti'. I put it on a bagel and yum!
You see, I went swimming for the first time with my hurt knee and arm. I came home wanting to eat my grandson's left leg.
I even got into the 'baked cheetos' that I never purchase. What was I thinking?
Breakfast: 1 cp oatmeal and 1/2 apple
Lunch: 6 slices of veggie sushi roll and an apple
Dinner: tofu/spinach/hashbrown casserole
Cheating: Pumpkin seeds at the park and a bag of baked cheetos.
Tomorrow, I'll do better. I haven't had a day like this since I started. God bless you all and hey!
Thank you for the info about McDougalling. I DO want to know everything I can learn and correct me when I mess up. thanks kc
kcwriter wrote:Good morning Pinkrose,
Good night to the rest of you.
It is late and I got on because I am really upset. You know, I've been really faithful to this program and no matter what I do, i am still having high sugars.
I wrote on another post that I am thinking of going back to my old program. At least I lost weight. And my sugars were excellent.
On McDougall I am always tired and my sugars are always running high after I eat. I don't think this is good for me.
I'm sorry for complaining, but I really thought this was the answer to the diabetes. I had sugars not over 145 or so and now they are always almost two hundred after eating beans and potatoes or oats.
Oh, well, just looking for the answer. Please pray for me. kc
kcwriter wrote:You know, I've been really faithful to this program and no matter what I do, i am still having high sugars.
kcwriter wrote:Mrs. Doodlepunk,
I only ate junk for the first time in a month yesterday. And I only had a small bag of baked chips. But as to the tofu, I thought we could eat that. I don't have a problem with high sugars with tofu. I only have it with the starches. And it only got worse when I decided to do the mini Mary. Well, maybe that's where I went wrong
Mrs. Doodlepunk wrote:kcwriter wrote:
I recommend you throw away all the high fat stuff with the name Tofutti on it, and eat only whole plant foods like brown rice, sweet potatoes, white potatoes, beans, and green and yellow vegetables and fresh fruit. That's all. Within a month your sugars should be stable.
Mrs. Doodlepunk wrote:Sure, I can't guarantee it will work. But I CAN guarantee that what she's been doing WON'T work!
I know, because I did it for years.
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