Thanks, Pat. I am really glad to be back, too.patcat1964 wrote:HI Linda
Welcome back, I have missed you. Glad that you had a good time with mom.
I am so sad to read that you have been having such a rough time lately.patcat1964 wrote: I haven't been a good girl, Got off of the beach for the last two weeks due to personal problems at hubby mom's.
A 14 hour day is a really long work day. Best of luck to you getting back on track with the South Beach Diet. Do remember that there are people here on this thread and in this forum who care about you, Pat. By the way, how are you doing today (Monday) with the South Beach Diet, blood sugars, etc.?patcat1964 wrote: Now today i am trying to get back on track, It's going to be hard with me working 14 hours today but I am going to try.
Your numbers look quite good to me, especially considering the high level of stress you are having at this time.patcat1964 wrote:I have gained 2 lbs from last month but my sugar was 106 and cholesterol was 160, which the doctor said was great. Today my BS was 118 which is still good since I haven't been eating right.
I will post either late tonight or early in the Monday morning
Thanks for the information about Burger King and for being concerned about me ... that is very nice of you and makes me feel really good to know that I was missed. I stopped going to fast food restaurants in general about the time I started the South Beach diet. It's good to read that Burger King now has some menu items for people who care about their health enough to go on and stick with the South Beach Diet new way of life.bobbeleh wrote: Even the fast-food places are do-able. I recently discovered Burger King's fire-roasted shrimp salads. What a find. $5 and the shrimp are tasty and plentiful. The Garden Salad they offer has a variety of greens, some baby carrots, a bit of red onion, cucumber, tomatoes and a bit of shaved parmesan. Plus the shrimp -- must be at least a dozen of them. The croutons come in their own package, so you can either toss them or give them to the kids. There aren't that many so on occasion I even eat them. It's a filling and quite legal alternative -- and much less messy than trying to deconstruct a cheeseburger.
bobbeleh wrote: Anyway, Costco beckons, as does Border's Books (got a coupon ) Bobbe
louisefour wrote:I have a question. Does anyone know how to translate you A1C reading into your average blood sugar reading.
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