Monthly Archives: September 2010



I was reminded of my food journal “reports” which include Protein, Fat and Carb ratios yesterday. I had not posted this in some time…. so here’s an update.  (Thanks to Donna D’Souza) The report includes August and all but the last two days of September…so for practical purposes, this is […]

Diabetic Meal Plan, Food Journal




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I have experimented with many different diets, without a doubt low carb paleo is the best for diabetics. It's the best meal plan for everyone with disease or health conditions. Why? It is truly low-inflammatory.

Low Carb Paleo is Best for Diabetics



You know how Facebook is… you scroll through pages (screens) of activity…. or at least I do, looking for “stuff”. I am looking for ….. Something of value to “repost”. I LOVE looking for content to repost on Facebook/Twitter…. why? Sharing valuable information is THE best thing about “social media” […]

100 Mile Challenge….Challenge.


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IF the American Diabetes Association cared more about diabetics than it did favoring it's large corporate donors... it would promote a low carb paleo style meal plan and it would be holding up Dr. Bernstein as a model diabetic for all.

A True Diabetes Educator



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What is THE 100 Mile Challenge in 30 days??? Answer: It is to attempt to run, walk or crawl 100 miles in the next 30 days. I’ve already started… but you can begin ANY TIME… like…right now for instance! :) Go here and join this group if you want to […]

100 mile Challenge in 30 days


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January 1999 I began to feel flu like sick and lost 70 pounds in 10 days.  While the weight loss was great, or so I thought, I still decided to go see my doctor.  I  found out that like millions of people around the world, I had turned into Type […]

Sandy Abernathy’s “Back to Basics” Story



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In July of 2006, I realized something was wrong. Frequent urination, terrible temper, always thirsty/hungry, tingling hands and feet. It was to the point where going to the bathroom was getting annoying, and even interfering with work. At my nephew’s baseball game that evening, my sister pointed out the number […]

Keith Lawson’s Success Story


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I can and do eat chili year round … but had not made it recently…. that all changed this morning. In my opinion, low carb “primal” chili is a great food for diabetics… and it is what I call a “3-2” pitch in my personal diabetic diet. Truly, it’s a great […]

Primal Chili II



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I was diagnosed as a type 2 diabetic when I was 25 years old. I was taking three (3) types of insulins Novolog , Lantus and Symlin. I was also taking two drugs just for diabetes Avandia and Glucophage. I was sent to Diabetes classes at the local hospital & I […]

Ruth Hintz’s Story


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Before I begin, I need to define an ADA Minion for new readers. ADA stands for American Diabetes Association…. supposedly the largest advocate for diabetics in the US… yet they promote a “diabetic diet” that increases drug and insulin usage…. go figure. Minion = “a servile follower or subordinate of a person in power.” (per dictionary.com) Therefore an ADA […]

….You might be an ADA Minion.



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** TAKE THIS QUIZ SERIOUSLY ** I created this in Google Documents…. pretty cool. Check it out… Should any of these apply to you, YOU should schedule an appointment to be tested. FYI – I suggest you follow the advice of Dr. Davis, of “The Heart Scan Blog” and purchase […]

Diabetes Symptoms Quiz


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Update: Anne is my longest online friend, we have been friends since the summer of 2009.  She’s been a friend, mentor and shoulder. Pay attention to her story!!! Millions of people have elevated blood sugars and are accruing cell damage daily, many unknowingly… just like Anne was. Today Anne is still […]

Anne Luther’s Story



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When I first saw the word “corpulence” … I had to look it up. It’s meaning?  According to freedictionary.com The condition of being excessively fat; obesity. Indeed I once suffered from corpulence…  here is a picture from last year showing my 40″ Levi’s ….the picture was taken in July 26, […]

Fighting Corpulence….then and now.


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I was diagnosed as a type 2 or non-insulin dependent diabetic in September of 2009 with an average blood glucose of 355 mg/dl.  I met with the “Certified Diabetes Educator” that afternoon.  She showed me how to use my meter, gave me a copy of the American Diabetes Association approved food pyramid, […]

Brian Seib’s Diabetes Story