Work less - spend more time in the woods hiking, fishing or in the canoe
Diabetes Sucks but it better get out of my way - I still have a lot of living to do so it can follow me if it wants but it's not going to slow me down
I have joined two new programs one through my health insurance United Healthcare, but I don't know how long it will last due to an injury I had on my job. I had rotator cuff surgery and it was extensive. The program is called Level 2. It helps diabetic with a care team to lower your A1C. Which can also get you off some or maybe all your diabetic meds. Through this team you'll will have exercise program with a fit bit watch and also be on the Dexcom system. Which also is monitored by your Healthcare team. The second one is with my endocrinologist which consists of 4 diabetic classes, and 1 month of working out at a gym. I have completed the month at the gym and plan to go to the diabetic classes in February. I just started with Level 2 though.
I have just started intermediate fasting. Feel great. Energy through the roof. Sugars were always 20's any given day. Now down to 15 or lower. I fast from 5pm after last meal,then don't eat til noon. Eat healthy. No restrictions. Love it
I am going to be more diligent about my carbs
Like a lot of you weight loss, I know I lost far too much weight prior to them changing my diagnosis from 2 to 1, but insulin makes you put on so much weight and lovely as all my health professionals are they just seem so blaze? That's just what happens! My calorie and carb intake is fine and usually much less than I'm allowed, I need to get back into the swing of the gym but shift work at my age is so tiring, when added to the usual elderly parents and grandweans routine. Much as they are everything to me, on my day off I just want to hide under my duvet all day x
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