Prep for Natural Disasters
In the event of any emergency, do you know what to do? As in the case of any unexpected event, good preparation is half the battle. For people with diabetes, this means not only protecting your home in the event of disaster, but also protecting your health.
Shrimp with Fried Rice and Soy Sauce Low-Carb Sprout Salad Chicken Tortellini Soup Baked Halibut Beer and Sugar Glazed Pork Chops Chicken Full-of-Flavor Polenta With Parmesan Spaghetti with Creamy Smoked Salmon Sauce Tango Mango Tilapia Spiced Cranberry Apple Relish
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...