I have just drastically reduced my consumption of sugary snacks due to starting on insulin. I honestly expected my partner would stop eating them in front of me but he hasnt.
Over Christmas the house was full of chocolates and pastries and everyone was eating them except me and it did not bother me , it was tough at first to see but two years later no problem . Good Luck mind over matter .
I agree. Cut the carbs and you can have sweets in moderation but not every day.
Just take something sugar free with u. I love plain unroasted unsalted nuts ie walnuts pecans almonds hazelnuts etc!
Yes, Diabetes Nurse at the hospital classes taught us 22 years ago that a BTS (bed time snack) was just about necessary for T2on oral meds. It was recommended to have a teaspoon of peanut butter on a graham cracker because the protein (peanut butter) delivers the insulin in your body more efficiently. The graham crack (only one) is a bonus.