Originally Posted by StefanoDarkKing
awww you are sweet last few weeks were bad for me..friday pass I was diagnosis with diabetes 2
..so this is all new to me..kind of a shock since back in April my suger was fine..anyway back to my guy..the recent pics that Lauren Koslow has on her twitter page the most recent pic Joe looks great hope this means he's has been taping alot and has alot of eppys in November and beyond...and hope for A STATE reunion just in time for mistletoe kissing
How I would get Kate and Stefano together is easy if I was the writer I have a snowstorm, a empty cabin and bodyheat to keep warm...how hard is that??? lol
I was diagnosed nearly nine years ago.I thank my condition to being overweight for too many years and a soda habit of 4 to 6 cans a day for over twenty years.
Admittedly I have been terrible lately with managing my own condition due to work scheduling and some economic reasons, but initially it was not too hard to bring my blood sugar down to acceptable levels. I used the south beach diet, but the key thing I learned to do was to use a daily eating plan of three meals (with appropriate food choices) of no more than 65 carbs (50 for gals) and snacks in between meals of no more than 15 carbs. Also before bed I eat a small portion of a lean protein to keep your metabolism going while you sleep.
A combines effort of eating correctly and regular exercise is the key. Keeping your metabolism running will help you lose any weight you need to shed. Water is your friend.
There are tons of resources out there that will show you what food are good to eat and which to stay away from. Keep in mind that some food will affect your blood sugar more the others and it varies from person to person.
Before I was diagnosed I had a huge sweet tooth and always had a roll of lifesavers or similar candy on hand. I thought for sure I would never be able to give up sweets.But I adjusted, and it wasn't as tough as I thought it would be.
Good luck adjusting. Hopefully you have people in your life who will help support you, and never be afraid to ask questions from others.