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Old 04-16-2009, 13:46   #11
 
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I've heard the vinegar thing but never tried it. I put flax seed into the bread I make but I only eat one piece of bread per day, at breakfast. So maybe I am not getting enough. So far it has not made a difference for me...

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I have been reading this thread and just interesting to note that to get better control is to look at the raw ingredients to make it work but then if we say we take the so called tabs for a good period may have some benefit. But the instant results is exercise as this will make the BG fall and please take some fast carbs with you if the case arises to a low. I'm sorry guys, Exercise is the answer.

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I agree exercise is great and sure does help with bg levels. I live in Ontario, Canada and in the good weather my dog and I walk about 2 miles down our dirt road and back several times a week. It's good for both of us! We cant do that in the winter, so I am going to buy an exercise bike.

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