Sunday, October 12, 2008

Getting My Diabetic Day Off on the Wrong Foot

By Sean Kelley

If someone gave awards to diabetics for smart lunchroom choices, I’d win every one in my company’s meager cafeteria: Two or three servings of veggies and a 2- to 4-ounce serving of meat, skip the bread. Just what this diabetic needs to manage his blood sugar.

I do a good job at dinner, too, which I cook for my family most nights. But my Achilles’ heel is breakfast: I hate it.
I’m really busy in the morning, I don’t feel hungry, and my blood sugar is usually high, a common diabetic problem. So I often skip that early meal. Read More

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