That would definitely explain why your levels are getting lower. You're eating a low carb meal which is what many of us here on the forums, do to get control over our levels. Breads, pastas, potatoes, and rices as well as most fruit and certain vegetables are off-limits as they will cause our levels to rise.I have been testing before I eat and about 2 hours after. I have been trying to eat salad and a little protein.
Hi Tammy and welcome, you've come to the right place and I'm sure you will get lots of good information here. Main thing is that you are not alone with this and many good people here to help out all the time.I was diagnosed this last week with diabetes. I have felt overwhelmed thinking about all the changes I need to make. I just know I want to keep myself healthy!!
None of us is going to give you a guarantee that the feeling will come back in your toes, but many people on this forum have had neuropothy which reversed itself once they got their bg under control.If I get my blood sugar in line, is there a chance my feeling will come back in my toes?
When it comes to diet, don't expect your dietician to give you the same advice as you will receive on the forum. Many people find that dieticians recommend that diabetics eat way too many carbs, which makes it impossible for most of us to get our bg down. If you haven't done any reading at the bloodsugar101 website, I believe it would be very helpful to you.I am seeing a dietician on Wednesday.