Dispel the no-sugar myth
But it is both impossible and unadvisable to completely avoid all carbohydrate-containing foods. Your body needs the important micronutrients and phytochemicals contained in these foods. Talk to your doctor, diabetes educator, or registered dietitian about the dietary plan and carbohydrate intake that’s right for you.
Reviewed by Francine Kaufman, MD. 4/08
Almond Spiced Chicken Sweet Apple Squares Apple Honey Kuchen Zangria-Style Iced Tea Sweet Potato and Red Pepper Soup Bittersweet Fruit Salad Crab Salad Grilled Spiced-Lime Corn on the Cob Country Cupboard Soup Apple Orchard Pork Chops
So I wrote recently about how having someone who "gets" diabetes at your side can be so, so vital in a diabetes life. But what happens when the person you thought you could rely on fails you - in a major way? The night before the July 4th Holiday, I had a monster insulin reaction. By monster, I mean it was one of those cannot make sense of the world, cannot remember my name, cannot get out of bed and make it to the refrigerator kinds of low bloodsugars. ...