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Old Sun, Jul-09-17, 21:24
Bonnie OFS Bonnie OFS is online now
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Originally Posted by WereBear
Low carb has been, and continues to be darn easy. There's been a lot of tweaking, a illness challenge, and some backsliding along the way, but it's also been one of the the easiest accomplishments I've ever done.

I agree! Once I learned what foods had how many carbs and learned the right way to cook them, it's been very easy. I still have a problem with eating too much - I'm working on that - but at least I'm not eating wheat & other grains, sugar, fruit, or starchy vegetables which would raise my bg. Which leaves a surprising amount of great foods to eat.
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