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by Carey Potash
With Charlie home now for the summer and under Susanne’s watchful eye, you would think there’s no need for me to plug in NightScout at all. Why would I need to watch blood sugars while at work each day? What good would that do? The whole point of the thing was to be a second (or third) set of eyes when Charlie was at school or at a friend’s house or in Japan. BECAUSE I’M A CRAZY PERSON!!!!!!!!! That’s why. Watching Charlie’s numbers like...

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My question is: What is left to eat that will keep glucose levels low and also help kidney function? Doesn't seem like much is left.

Asked by: leetoo Category: Food and Nutrition

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