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Halki Diabetes Remedy

by Jerome Princy (2019-10-23)

If you are reading this Halki Diabetes Remedy Review then I do not t have to tell you about the different types of diabetes or about the food pyramid, we quickly learn what we can or should not eat... I was diagnosed with Type 2 diabetics more than 10 years ago but only now really getting serious about getting the disease under control. All diabetics, no matter if you are Type 2 or Type 1, are ruled by the numbers on the glucose meters and the accumulated blood sugar readings and the report from your doctor. It is a silent kind of disease, I tried to not think about for years and ate what I wanted to and you know the result; I had high cholesterol, high blood pressure and BMI of almost 40. Currently my BMI is down to 26, my blood pressure and cholesterol are normal and to date have lost 60 pounds. So, it has been a long journey and I wanted to share some of what I have learned. I think the hardest part of being a diabetic is trying to find the right food that tastes good. I cannot exist on endless meals of cottage cheese and a grilled chicken breast. I am sure that diabetic cooking can be tasty and healthy at the same time. In my quest for food that I can eat I needed to find recipes that worked for diabetics.I am looking for diabetic cookbooks and not good but great recipes. We have to watch the carbohydrates, the calories and the fat. It is a triple whammy finding recipes that include acceptable amounts all three. It has been a challenge, of course I found recipes for meatloaf but very few that would work for diabetics. I searched for traditional meatloaf recipes and I have experimented with ways to adapt them for my diabetic diet restrictions. This is my favorite turkey meatloaf. I make a batch and freeze portions to have at another time and so I will not eat the entire meatloaf in one sitting it is so tasty. I am salivating right now just thinking about it. When diabetes strikes, it doesn't simply affect your blood sugar - it affects your entire body. If left uncontrolled diabetes can lead to serious health complications and eventually death. But there is hope for people with diabetes. There are plenty of actions you can take starting today which can help you keep your diabetes under control. You can control diabetes instead of diabetes controlling you. Keep reading to learn 10 simple ways to control diabetes. Quit Smoking! Diabetics are at risk for all kinds of health complications. Smoking increases a diabetic's risk for every one of these diseases. If you smoke - quit now! Get support from friends and family. Visit your doctor for help and advice and possibly a nicotine replacement patch.