hi i was wondering should i see a endocronoligist???? as i seem to be reading about it and my doctor has just put me on medications and thats all for now , im checking my blood every time before breakfast and 2 hrs after meals and im getting it down to about 5.5 - 7.5 ??? also what are good snacks etc to have as im trying hard to lose weight and should i also get my kidneys checked? any one have any information as to give me as im only just diagnosed and im finding it abit hard to know what to eat, i have poridge and egg omlets with spinach and mushrooms , chicken and mushroom with salad, protein shakes, and xyilotol for sugar replacement and drink lemon in water with a bit of sugar replacement and milky coffees, almonds, cashews, lowfat yoghurts, turkey , ham, chicken??????thnks........View Thread
thankyou for that i seem to do the same salad or vegies with fish or chicken, snacks some nuts, or protein bar or roasted chickpeas, drinks are the hardest i hate plain water, what do you use for sugar alternative?View Thread
thankyou very much, im finding it hard to know what to eat as it seems theres not much i can eat? what are easy meals and does diabetes 2 cause headaches and blurry vision as my vision goes blurry every now and then and im not sure if i need glasses or have to wait till i get my sugars better under control? and im anemic right now as well, completly out of balance. what are some normal diet meals and snacks to eat?View Thread
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