I AM NOT A DOCTOR. I can answer general questions on diet, exercise, blood glucose monitoring for TYPE 2 diabetes ONLY. I CANNOT answer general endocrinology questions, nor can I interpret test results. I can't offer advice on type 1 diabetes.
Type 2 diabetic with excellent control.
None in this area.
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Don, I'm at a loss. If you're eating less than 150 grams of carbohydrates a day, with no more than 25 at any meal or snack and you're still having high readings, you might want to see an endocrinologist
Don, I am not a doctor, so I cannot make recommendations regarding medication. However, did your doctor discuss with you the importance of diet and exercise? If not, I will be happy to help you get
Hi Tiffany, Good for you for trying to avoid full-blown diabetes. I'm sorry you don't like eggs, as they're a great source of protein. Other options: a bacon and cheese or sausage and cheese
Hi Susan, I think there may be multiple things going on here. First, if he's drinking skim milk, that may be contributing. Skim milk has about 12 grams of carbohydrate per 8 ounce glass, as opposed
Hi Christopher, What kind of exercise are you doing? It's hard to lose weight with diet alone. If you are not currently exercising, start! Start out slowly, by walking for 20 minutes every day. You