published in the American Journal of Preventive Medicine shows that keeping a food diary may double your weight loss efforts.
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Good to know.
good tips.. so far so good as my diabetes is manageable at this point.
I wonder if there is anything new on this since 2007
Always read up on new findings. Don’t have to agree with them if your program is working for you, but need to know newest info.
Great article, thank you.
Checkout the trim healthy mama diet! I got off my metformin by following the plan. Haven’t lost much weight (didn’t need to lose much), but no meds!
I am rereading this because I have apparently forgot some of it.
I also think these carb amounts are too high for a diabetic. Less carbs helps control my blood sugar and helps my weight loss.
This was written in 2007. Many new studies have been done since then.
I believe lower carbohydrate counts, at least 50 or lower, is to be tried to lower full blown diabetes. My sugars wouldn't budge until I did low carb, 40 or less per day.
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