I have tried the Greek yogurt, Chobani brand, and am pleased with this product. A 6oz serving had 13g carbs, 13g sugars, and get this, 16g of protein. It is more expensive that "regular" brands, but worth every penny.View Thread
Are you drinking "diet" soft drinks after or during your meal? Nutrisweet, Splenda etc., spike your sugar. You may be getting a false reading because of these ingredients. My mother would share her concern over her "high" sugar readings. She drank "diet" sodas a lot, but the A1C proved they were fine.
If you use these products, stop for a while. Try Truvia or some other form of Stevia. They do not spike your sugars.
I and my doctor have had may a discussion about taking drugs for "prevention". I personally don't agree and do not take meds for cholesterol. Plus, my liver cannot tolerate even the mildest brand. I feel the less chemicals in the body, the better.View Thread
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