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Old 05-12-2015, 17:17   #901
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2 sausages and some re-fried beans. My diabetes reacts well to the re-fried beans. It brings my BSL down. Can't forget the coffee

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Refried beans, especially in the A.M. would really send my sugar over the moon. What was your 1 hr. and two hour readings? Beans of any kind are hard for me.

You are getting the hang of this eating. Good work.




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This morning I am having 1 half cup of Nature Valley oats and honey granola with 1/2 cup of nonfat milk and a cup of coffee. I am addicted to coffee. If I don't have coffee, I don't get out of bed. If I get out of bed with no coffee, stay the hell away from until I do get coffee.

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Refried beans, especially in the A.M. would really send my sugar over the moon. What was your 1 hr. and two hour readings? Beans of any kind are hard for me.

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Thanks Pat For some diabetics, refried beans can actually lower BSL. Some diabetics can mix both corn and potatoes with their meal. If I mix corn and potatoes, I get into the 300-400 range. I guess we are all different. I am monitoring how my diabetes reacts to certain foods and carb sources. How my diabetes reacts to exercise vs, naps. How a cold affects my bsl. How stress affects it, etc.

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Neily, surely you have noticed by now that no matter the carb source, you are better off minimizing carbs in your diet.

Actually refined beans do not lower BS, you probably had an increased second phase insulin response. The starch in beans, if not retrograded, will raise BG. If the starch is retrograded, it may not raise BG much, but it is not lowering it. Test about every 15 minutes next time you eat them.

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This morning I am having 1 half cup of Nature Valley oats and honey granola with 1/2 cup of nonfat milk
What was your BG 1hr after eating this nearly 100% carbohydrate breakfast???
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Two egg omelet with home grown asparagus heads cut in, sour cream and salsa mixed in (butter on top). And three pieces of bacon. Three pieces of cheese plus coffee...Yum Yum LCHF all the way!

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2 egg omelet and black coffee. div2live that sounds wonderful! I think I would need to spread that over a couple of meals or I'd be too stuffed to get out of the chair.

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