Eating on Special Occasions, Continued

I feel as if I have accomplished something great today! Don't get me wrong, I am not saying that my family and friends are a pack of gluttonous, good-for-nothing, Easter Sunday eating fools. I know some of them had great options for me to choose from. However, I am the one with the issue. I am the one that would have gulped on the gooey, goody good, and grubbed back on all the gravy and gunk. I would have done this on my own and risked experiencing a dumping episode, high sugars, and guilt. So I took matters into my own hands and did what I thought was best for me today.

I hope my sharing will encourage you to go the extra mile to prepare and make better choices as warmer holiday celebrations usher in wonderful reasons to be with family and friends. I hope you have a pleasingly-scrumptious spring and have a grill-sizzling, succulent summer! I am wishing you well and asking for strength as we make daily food decisions for positive outcomes related to our type 2 diabetes. Our friends and family will be glad we did!

Got it Sugar?

Good!

Read more of Kalimah Johnson's columns, Get it Together, Sugar, here.

 

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dLife's Viewpoints columnists are not all medical experts, but everyday people living with diabetes and sharing their personal experiences, most often at a set point in time. While their method of diabetes management may work for them, everyone is different. Please consult with your diabetes care team before acting on anything you read here to find out what will work best for you.

 
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