Blood sugars are THE single most important health number for diabetics, IF you eat like me… mainly fatty meats, leafy green vegetables, eggs, coconut oil and butter…
I live very much like a non-diabetic ….
I THRIVE and not ‘just’ survive.
JOIN ME!!! … won’t you? :)
EVERYTHING we do is an experiment. Everything.
YOU are the results of all that you have done up to this point.
I urge you to pay attention to your experiment and try to improve your blood sugars, your health and your fitness. You will be glad you did. :)
A post … mainly pictures of a ‘day in the life’ of a successful diabetic … me. :)
This post revolves around my latest experiment and achieving my target blood sugars.
We are all experiments! Which reminds me of this quote by Eric Savage of MythBusters.
“Remember kids, the only difference between screwing around and science… is writing it down.”
At least in the eyes of Eric Savage, through the years I’ve done a lot of science. I guess that makes me a … scientist … :)
After my Diabetes Diagnosis … I started doing what I could do comfortably, and tried to do a little more each day.
When I first began doing push ups … I could only do 7 in a row.
Achieving this goal … pretty much sums up who I am. I am certainly not the strongest guy around, far from it. But when I set a goal… I do not QUIT!
… practically everyone who is reading this post could achieve EVERYTHING that I have achieved.
You simply need to do what I did… start.
Every single test of potato starch that I’ve done has been successful.
I am about to gear back up for more tests too… so stay tuned.
I’ve been asking this question a lot lately … having seen my results, if you are not using potato starch… why not?
First thing I should note…“Your mileage may vary!” Please remember, I am on a very low carb, low inflammatory meal plan… Your experience may be different from mine… besides, if you learn one thing from me… it should be to question everything and everyone!!! ….. yes, even me. :) […]
Today is day 32 of my “Very Low Carb, Strict Paleo” 30 day experiment. In other words I am continuing the ‘experiment’. :) Why? I have experienced no detrimental effects due to the experiment… it’ s been all positive. Here is my typical meal plan. Instead of talking about all […]