I thought I would chime in here about my own personal weight loss. All my adult life I was on a yo-yo diet. Lose it, put it back on, lose it...... When I was diagnosed in August 2010 I weighed 226 lbs. I was fortunate to be referred to a registered dietician. Among other counselling I was told to keep my carbs to 60 per meal. Being more concerned about keepin...
I lost from over 240 to low 160s by limiting carbs per meal to 60. It got to the point where I was concerned about the loss that I was considering posting here how to gain weight. What's your BMI. If It's less than 25, I would be happy.
My low carb diet is 60 per meal. It sure has worked for me. Lost 63 lbs and A1C last time 5.3%. Doctor says my diabetes has been reversed without meds.Some times when shopping a bag of potato chips will jump into my cart but I put it right back on the shelf.
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