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Old 09-03-2019, 20:45   #11
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With me it's wild blue berries and they are in season right now. There are lots of roadside vendors (farmers) selling large boxes of blue berries. One of our neighbors is a berry farmer so we buy directly from him.

In the past - a "few" blueberries didn't have much of an impact on my BGs - great - however I can't stop at one partial handful - last night I was on a feeding frenzy - I couldn't stop eating them. I ended up getting up at 4am because my BGs felt high and after confirming (testing) I ended up giving myself an extra shot of Humulog to try to lower or at least stabilize my BGs.
Anyway - I need more discipline ... my digestion system is currently saying - "what the hec did you do to me" - think I overdosed on the fiber.

I'll try not to make the same mistake tonight.

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Old 09-03-2019, 21:00   #12
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- I need more discipline ... my digestion system is currently saying - "what the hec did you do to me".
I get the same message quite often, unfortunately.

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Without a doubt, nuts.

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