Thanks for the info. I will try to do some testing. My bg is still 125.jwags said:What are your bgs when you wake up, and 2 hours after meals. Start testing at these times and little by little take away the carbs in your meals until you get normal bgs. This is called , Eating to your meter.
Many diabetics find they simply CANNOT eat brown rice, whole-wheat bread, etc. For me, I can eat up to 1 piece of sprouted-grain bread at a time (12g net carb, after fiber) but NO other grains without spiking....Do eat food having lots of fiber like brown rice and whole wheat bread, Do eat more fruits and vegetables in your meals,
I eat alot of meat, cheese and eggs, I have no spikes eating these foods and I do not need to take any insulin to cover these foods. Certain nuts are good for a small snack, I wish I could digest nuts properly. If you try and eat low carb foods, I think you will be happy with the results. Good luck and take care!Thanks a lot for all your advices. I am overwhelmed by all your suggestions. I will try to eat less of carbs and sweets.